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Ho Chi Minh airport to expand capacity to 45 million passengers

Vietnam's top hub will soon break ground on 3rd terminal

Ho Chi Minh City's Tan Son Nhat International Airport had suffered years of overcrowding prior to the pandemic.   © Reuters

HANOI -- Ho Chi Minh City's airport will expand its passenger capacity by about 80% in 2024 with a third terminal, embarking on a 11 trillion dong ($470 million) project after years of delay.

Vietnam Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh recently visited Tan Son Nhat International Airport and ordered construction to start on the new passenger terminal in September.

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