On flights departing from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang, Nha Trang and Phu Quoc, Vietnam Airlines said it would serve Lotus Sky Tea branded milk tea at the price of 49,000 VND/cup.
The national airline Vietnam Airlines (Stock code: HVN) has just opened a new service – Pre-purchase meal service.
If before, Vietnam Airlines only served fixed foods and drinks according to the menu, now with the new service, airline passengers can choose to buy their favorite food in advance and be served immediately. on flight.
Vietnam Airlines said that in the first phase, it will sell Lotus Sky Tea branded milk tea (traditional taste), priced at 49,000 VND/cup (VAT included).
Milk tea will be served on flights departing from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang, Nha Trang and Phu Quoc, and must be booked 24 hours before departure time.
Vietnam’s largest airline said that in addition to milk tea, the airline will continue to launch a variety of meals to meet the needs of passengers.
Vietnam Airlines had a bad year in 2021, when revenue fell 31% year-on-year to VND28 trillion, with a net loss of VND13 trillion (up from a net loss of VND11 trillion in 2020). ).
According to the analysis of Viet Capital Securities Joint Stock Company, HVN’s equity is still positive, but the company still faces the risk of being delisted on HOSE in 2022. By the end of 2021, the company’s equity is still at risk. of HVN reached VND 507 billion compared to the lowest quarterly loss in 2021 (loss of VND 1.1 billion in the fourth quarter of 2021).
Therefore, if HVN continues to record a net loss at the same rate and there is no further equity increase in 2022, HVN’s equity will return to negative level and the stock may face the risk of cancellation. listed on HOSE. In addition, if HVN’s profit does not return to positive levels in 2022, the airline will have a third consecutive loss, which also makes the stock ineligible for listing on HOSE. However, HVN can change its listing to UPCoM if it is delisted on HOSE.