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Vietnam’s second largest carrier Pacific Airlines has announced it will cooperate with Australia ’s Qantas Group to develop a low-cost airline in Vietnam
The second largest air carrier Pacific Airlines vietnam will be renamed “Jetstar Pacific” as of May 2008, said a Pacific Airlines senior executive officer on Monday.
According to NewOpenWorld, the organiser of the new world natural wonder selection, Vietnam’s Phong Nha-Ke Bang and Fansipan Mountain were rejected from the selection list because of lack of official support committees.
A survey of travel agencies shows that the number of tourists registering for the coming public holidays on April 30-May 1 has increased by nearly 30% compared to last year.
Hundreds of visitors on April 12-13 flocked to the “mini-sized- Hue”, located at 502-504-506 Hoang Huu Nam, Long Binh ward precint 9, Ho chi minh city
Central Khanh Hoa province’s People’s Committee and the organising board of Miss Universe 2008 discussed preparations for the event at a meeting on April 14.
On April 20th, at the Vietnam-Japan Culture Place (Ha Long city), the Medical Committee Netherlands-Vietnam (MCNV), the Ha long Women’s Union, Provincial Communist Youth Union and Education and Training Department will co-organize an international culture and sports festival titled “New youth festival”.
The Vietnam Craft Village Association is organising an event to honour craft villages and boost tourism from April 17 to May 4 at Hanoi Ancient Citadel, 12 Nguyen Tri Phuong, Hanoi.
The Nam Dan ancient stone ground in Nam Dan commune, Xin Man district, northern mountainous province of Ha Giang, has been recognised as a national relic. This is the second ancient stone ground (after Sapa) discovered in Vietnam and registered as a national relic.
Three Vietnamese museums have been chosen to display artifacts on a website established by Asemus, a network of museums in Asia and Europe .

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