The decision to ban flights was taken by the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam after this passenger failed to comply with the administrative sanction decision.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam has just decided to ban flights for 9 months from August 10, 2022 to the end of May 9, 2023 with passengers DVT residing in Nam Hung Municipality, Nam Sach District, Hai Duong Province.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam requires Vietnamese and foreign airlines operating in Vietnam not to carry Mr. DVT on domestic and international flights departing from Vietnam during the no-fly period.

Airports are responsible for directing their units and divisions to closely check and compare identity documents and identification of passengers using aircraft in order to detect and prevent it in time. DVT during the no-fly period.

This passenger had previously intentionally smoked on VJ 134 on June 29 despite the flight attendant being notified of the flight.

The flight crew made a criminal record and reported this to the authorities of the arrival airport. When the plane landed in Noi Bai, the Aviation Security Force escorted Mr. DVT to exit the plane and hand it over to the Northern Airport Authority for handling.

The Northern Airport Authority subsequently issued a decision on administrative sanctions in the field of civil aviation with passengers DVT by means of a fine. However, past the deadline for paying the fine, passengers DVT still did not comply with the sanction decision.

Passengers who violate the onboard smoking regulations will be treated according to Decision 162/ND-CP on sanctions for administrative offenses in the field of civil aviation. The fine is from 3 to 5 million VND.

Before departure, flight attendants inform passengers that they are not allowed to smoke on board.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam has issued a decision to ban passengers from flying for smoking, fighting with passengers and stealing other passengers’ cell phones at the airport security checkpoint.

@ Sing News



Source: Vietnam Insider

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