Our guide to transport in and around Vietnam shows the variety of ways of getting to the country. We've included international and domestic airports information. All the information you need is below.


Hanoi Airport (Noi Bai International Airport)

Hanoi Airport is 45 kilometres north of the city centre. Officially called Noi Bai International Airport, it's the largest airport in Northern Vietnam. It serves domestic and international flights, including Vietnam Airlines, Hong Kong Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Thai Airways, and Cathay Pacific.


Hanoi Airport Arrives

Upon arrival at Hanoi Airport, a corridor leads you to the Immigration area. A VOA desk is available if you need to pick up your visa. All you have to do is fill in the form and hand them your passport. Depending on the queue, it takes about 15 minutes to get your passport back with the visa stamped inside.


After immigration, the baggage claim is a few metres away. There's a duty-free shop selling branded items and a customs clearance is on your right. Do keep your baggage stub after collecting your luggage as the attendants will check to make sure you have the correct luggage.


ATMs and a currency exchange counter are located on the right-hand side when you passed through customs. If you don't carry local currency, it's a good idea to get some at this point so that you can pay for transport to your destination.


Hanoi Airport Departures

When you arrive at Noi Bai International Airport you enter through the first floor domestic terminal. Here your luggage will be screened before you head to the international check in counters. After checking in, go through to the Immigration area on the left. After passport control there is one more security check point before you enter the Departures Lounge.



Transport Options

Hanoi Airport is a 40-minute drive from Hanoi city centre. There are a few ways to reach the city. The Hanoi city bus services #07 and #17 depart from the arrivals terminal between 05:00 and 22:00. Bus #07 bus takes you to Kim Ma bus station while #17 stops at Long Bien bus station. A one-way trip costs VND 5,000. If you have over-sized luggage, you may not be allowed on the bus.


Airport taxis are right in front of the Arrivals exit gate. Drivers charge a fixed price of VND 250,000, including toll fees. Make sure to look out for one that has the driver's photo, name and license number clearly displayed.


Hanoi Airport minibuses cost VND 30,000 and leave from the Arrivals exit gate. You may have to wait until the bus is full before it departs. Vietnam Airlines offer free shuttle bus services to downtown Hanoi.



How to reach HUST

Noi Bai International Airport---HUST: 29..9km

Taxi: 50min, 29.9km

Bus: No.7---No.26 (Sân Bay Nội Bài---263 Cầu Giấy---Điểm đầu 31 Trần Đại Nghĩa), VND 15K, 1h59min

Gia Lam Airport---HUST: 9.2km

Taxi: 22min, 9.2km

Bus: No.40A (Aeon Mall Long Biên---Đối diện 394 Lê Duẩn), VND 7K, 1h12min

        No.11---No.32 (274 Nguyễn Văn Linh---Ga Hà Nội - 120 Lê Duẩn---03, 32, 41), VND 14K, 1h17min



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Important Dates

Full Submission: March 5, 2018

Abstract Submission: March 1, 2018

Author notification: within 2 weeks

Final version: March 17, 2018

Registration: March 17, 2018

Main conference: March 23-26, 2018


2018.2.28 Lab tour: Center for Research and Development in Biotechnology, School of BioTechnology and Food Technology, HUST

2017.7.20 CAMME 2017  conference proceeding has been indexed by  EI Compendex. 

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2017.4.26 Prof. Chun-Lang Yeh,Prof. Michael I. Friswell, Prof. MUSA BIN MAILAH have been nominated as best reviewers of this conference. 

2017.4.25 Congratulations! M023 Peter Bruns from Institut für Dynamik und Schwingungen, Germany has been awarded as best student paper(Session B). M006 Lu-Ean Ooi from University Sains Malaysia, Malaysia.  has been awarded as best presentation(Session A), Prof. Soon-Geul Lee from Kyung Hee University, Korea has been awardedas best presentation(Session B)


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