MoT approves electric cars at Noi Bai airport

MoT approves electric cars at Noi Bai airport




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The Ministry of Transport has approved the use of electric cars on a trial basis at the Noi Bai International Airport to help passengers move between terminals easily.
The initiative, which was proposed by the Civil Aviation Administration of Viet Nam, will see the introduction of electric cars on the airport grounds, which will carry passengers and airport staff between Terminal T1, the expanded Terminal T1 and Terminal T2, when it becomes operational by the end of this year.
Lai Xuan Thanh, director of the Civil Aviation Administration of Viet Nam, said the use of electric vehicles will help curb illegal taxis and motorbike taxis that cheat or overcharge passengers. They would also provide security and protect the environment of the airport.
He noted that the need to move between terminals is quite high for both the passengers and airport personnel and regulations restrict many vehicles.
The use of electric cars could temporarily solve the problem, he added, noting that these vehicles will be required to comply with traffic regulations.
According to Thanh, the administration has received support from several quarters to amend the regulation, which currently permits only vehicles that have a certain type of license plate to operate on the airport grounds.
The administration will be in charge of granting certificates to electric cars that are technically eligible to operate on behalf of the airport. The Northern Aviation Authority will monitor the operations of these vehicles to ensure the safety and security of the airport.
Currently, there are 36 domestic and international airlines operating at Noi Bai International Airport.
Last year, there were around 90,000 flights from the airport, carrying nearly 13 million passenger trips and 332,000 tonnes of cargo.
In December, the expanded Terminal T1 officially started operations. It has the capacity to serve six million passengers every year. Terminal T2, which has the capacity to serve 15 million passengers every year, is expected to become operational by the end of this year.
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Hello. This is the Society Report from English123.
The Ministry of Transport has approved the use of electric cars on a trial basis at the Noi Bai International Airport to help passengers move between terminals easily.
The initiative, which was proposed by the Civil Aviation Administration of Viet Nam, will see the introduction of electric cars on the airport grounds, which will carry passengers and airport staff between Terminal T1, the expanded Terminal T1 and Terminal T2, when it becomes operational by the end of this year.
Lai Xuan Thanh, director of the Civil Aviation Administration of Viet Nam, said the use of electric vehicles will help curb illegal taxis and motorbike taxis that cheat or overcharge passengers. They would also provide security and protect the environment of the airport.
He noted that the need to move between terminals is quite high for both the passengers and airport personnel and regulations restrict many vehicles.
The use of electric cars could temporarily solve the problem, he added, noting that these vehicles will be required to comply with traffic regulations.
According to Thanh, the administration has received support from several quarters to amend the regulation, which currently permits only vehicles that have a certain type of license plate to operate on the airport grounds.
The administration will be in charge of granting certificates to electric cars that are technically eligible to operate on behalf of the airport. The Northern Aviation Authority will monitor the operations of these vehicles to ensure the safety and security of the airport.
Currently, there are 36 domestic and international airlines operating at Noi Bai International Airport.
Last year, there were around 90,000 flights from the airport, carrying nearly 13 million passenger trips and 332,000 tonnes of cargo.
In December, the expanded Terminal T1 officially started operations. It has the capacity to serve six million passengers every year. Terminal T2, which has the capacity to serve 15 million passengers every year, is expected to become operational by the end of this year.
This is Julia. We will be back with more news from English 123.

Source: vietnamnews

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