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Tân Sơn Nhất International Airport (IATA: SGN, ICAO: VVTS) (Vietnamese: Sân bay quốc tế Tân
Sơn Nhất, Vietnamese: Cảng hàng không quốc tế Tân Sơn Nhất) is Vietnam’s largest international
airport in terms of area (800 ha or 1,977 acres compared with 650 ha or 1,606 acres of Hanoi’s Nội Bài
International Airport and Đà Nẵng’s Đà Nẵng International Airport. It has a handling capacity of 25 million
passengers per year, compared with the capacity of Hanoi - Noi Bai airport of 8 million passengers and Da
Nang’s 6 million passengers. It is also the largest airport of Vietnam in terms of passengers handled (with a
number of 17,538,000 passengers per year in 2012, accounting for 46.6% of Vietnam’s air passenger
traffic), servingHo Chi Minh City as well as the rest of southeastern Vietnam. Its IATA code, SGN, is
derived from the city's former name of Saigon.
History
Tan Son Nhat International Airport has its origins in the early 1930s, when the French colonial government
constructed a small airport with unpaved runways, known as Tân Sơn Nhất Airfield near the village of
Tan Son Nhat. By mid-1956, with U.S. aid, a 7,200-foot (2,190 m) runway had been built and the airfield
near Saigon became known as South Vietnam's principal international gateway. During the Vietnam
War (or Second Indochina War), Tan Son Nhut Air Base (then using the alternative spelling Tân Sơn
Nhứt) was an important facility for both the U.S. Air Force and the South Vietnamese Air Force. Between
1968 and 1974, Tan Son Nhut Airport was one of the busiest military airbases in the world. During the last
days of South Vietnam, Pan Am schedules from 1973 showed Boeing 747 service was being operated four
times a week to San Francisco via Guam andManila. Continental Airlines operated up to 30 Boeing
707 military charters per week to and from Tan Son Nhut Airport during the 1968–74 period.
Post-war era
On 9 December 2004, United Airlines became the first U.S. airline to fly to Vietnam since Pan Am's last
flight during the Fall of Saigon in April 1975. Flight UA 869, operated using a Boeing 747-400, landed at
Ho Chi Minh City, the terminus of the flight that originated from San Francisco via Hong Kong. On 29
October 2006, this service was switched from San Francisco to Los Angeles with a stop in Hong Kong,
operating as UA 867 (also using a Boeing 747-400). In 2009, the service UA 869 has resumed once again
from San Francisco via Hong Kong International Airport. United ceased the route to San Francisco via
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Tân Sơn Nhất International Airport (IATA: SGN, ICAO: VVTS) (Vietnamese: Sân bay quốc tế Tân
Sơn Nhất, Vietnamese: Cảng hàng không quốc tế Tân Sơn Nhất) is Vietnam’s largest international
airport in terms of area (800 ha or 1,977 acres compared with 650 ha or 1,606 acres of Hanoi’s Nội Bài
International Airport and Đà Nẵng’s Đà Nẵng International Airport
.
It has a handling capacity of 25 million
passengers per year, compared with the capacity of Hanoi - Noi Bai airport of 8 million passengers and Da
Nang’s 6 million passengers. It is also the largest airport of Vietnam in terms of passengers handled (with a
number of 17,538,000 passengers per year in 2012, accounting for 46.6% of Vietnam’s air passenger
traffic), servingHo Chi Minh City as well as the rest of southeastern Vietnam. Its IATA code, SGN, is
derived from the city's former name of Saigon.
History
Tan Son Nhat International Airport has its origins in the early 1930s, when the French colonial government
constructed a small airport with unpaved runways, known as Tân Sơn Nhất Airfield near the village of
Tan Son Nhat. By mid-1956, with U.S. aid, a 7,200-foot (2,190 m) runway had been built and the airfield
near Saigon became known as South Vietnam's principal international gateway. During the Vietnam
War (or Second Indochina War), Tan Son Nhut Air Base (then using the alternative spelling Tân Sơn
Nhứt) was an important facility for both the U.S. Air Force and the South Vietnamese Air Force. Between
1968 and 1974, Tan Son Nhut Airport was one of the busiest military airbases in the world. During the last
days of South Vietnam, Pan Am schedules from 1973 showed Boeing 747 service was being operated four
times a week to San Francisco via Guam andManila. Continental Airlines operated up to 30 Boeing
707 military charters per week to and from Tan Son Nhut Airport during the 1968–74 period.
Post-war era
On 9 December 2004, United Airlines became the first U.S. airline to fly to Vietnam since Pan Am's last
flight during the Fall of Saigon in April 1975. Flight UA 869, operated using a Boeing 747-400, landed at
Ho Chi Minh City, the terminus of the flight that originated from San Francisco via Hong Kong. On 29
October 2006, this service was switched from San Francisco to Los Angeles with a stop in Hong Kong,
operating as UA 867 (also using a Boeing 747-400). In 2009, the service UA 869 has resumed once again
from San Francisco via Hong Kong International Airport. United ceased the route to San Francisco via
Hong Kong on 30 October 2011. The airline resumed the route from Ho Chi Minh City to Hong Kong after
its merger withContinental Airlines. It no longer continued to San Francisco and it was flown on a Boeing
737 instead of a 747.
In 2006, Tan Son Nhat International Airport served approximately 8.5 million passengers (compared with 7
million in 2005) with 64,000 aircraft movements. It has recently accounted for nearly two thirds of the
arrivals and departures at Vietnam's international gateway airports. Due to increasing demand (about 15%-
20% per annum), the airport has been continuously expanded by the Southern Airports Corporation.
Tan Son Nhat International Airport served 12.4 million passengers in 2008, compared to 11 million in 2007
and 15.5 million passenger in 2010. In 2010, the domestic terminal handled 8 million passengers which
reached its maximum capacity. In the 4th quarter of 2011, the domestic terminal will be expanded to be
capable to handle 15 million domestic passengers per annum. According to the new expansion plan
announced by the Vietnamese government, the airport will be enlarged to provide facilities and space for
approximately 70 aircraft, 23.5 million passengers, and 600,000 tonnes of cargo per annum by 2015.
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