Transport infrastructure and facilities

Airports and air travel

New passenger terminal opens at Wattay Airport

The expansion of the Wattay International Airport passenger terminal, supported by the government of Japan, is now complete after 32 months of construction. A handover ceremony for the new terminal took place at Wattay International Airport yesterdayMore ...

Times Reporters

Xamneua airport 40 percent complete 

A new airport under construction in Xamneua district, Huaphan province, is now 40 percent complete, with the contractor now focusing on the main building work.More ...

Times Reporters

Airport upgrade in Xieng Khuang attracts interest of Chinese firm 

A Chinese survey company is keen to upgrade the airport in Xieng Khuang province with the aim of developing it as a hub for a regional air transport service, a provincial leader said on Thursday. The development of the airfield is key to catering to ...

Vientiane Times

Growth projections push Bolaven Plateu airport feasibility study

A Chinese firm is carrying out a feasibility study for the development of a new township on the Bolaven Plateau in southern Laos to support a number of mega projects. The company is interested in constructing an international airport, a modern town, natural tourism sites ...

Somsack Pongkhao

Nation’s aviation sector requires greater transparency, Assembly hears

National Assembly (NA) members have proposed for the circumstances around the business of the national civil aviation to be opened for the Assembly through the enforcement of the Law on Civil Aviation. National Committee on civil aviation security, drone management were also among the top ...

Somxay Sengdara

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