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Infographic: Vietnam Airlines' Fleet Changes, 2007-17

The Vietnam flag carrier has seen a 134% increase in fleet size over the past 10 years.

Vietnam Airlines, with its main base at Da Nang International Airport in Vietnam, has added 55 aircraft to its fleet over the past 10 years. In 2007, the carrier leased six and owned four Airbus A320-200s, owned seven A321-200s and owned six and leased four Boeing 777-200ERs. To date in  2017, the airline leases 17 and owns 39 Airbus A321-200s and owns five and leases seven ATR 72-500s. Vietnam Airlines is considered to be the fourth largest East Asian operator by fleet size. MRO East-Asia will be taking place March 8-9 in Seoul, South Korea, and is covering topics such as aftermarket trends and Asia's position in MRO. 

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