SKY PLANET AVIATION is a young, dynamic & aggressive international logistics solutions provider. Founded in 2018, SKY PLANET AVIATION prides itself on its exceptional service, ability to meet tight time constraints, deadlines and service to a multitude of industries. Supported by our 8 offices across Vietnam, together with a network of international freight forwarding partners and agents, our company is able to provide its services to locations worldwide.
- 8 offices in Vietnam
- 100+ coverage worldwide
- 100+ employees
Today, we employ more than 100 highly-skilled and experienced professionals with different cultural backgrounds, serving our clients through the network of 8 offices across Vietnam. People have always been regarded as the core asset of SKY PLANET AVIATION. We believe only through an expanding servicing team, along with the corporate culture of pursuing excellence, can SKY PLANET AVIATION satisfy clients’ evolving needs. Through the dedication of its staff and their never-settle-for-better attitude, we are able to provide clients with the best-in-class services, echoing our corporate values of “Whatever we do, we do better than others”.
As a GSSA of airlines, we keep in mind:
- Provision of a full representation
An all-embracing array of services is on offer. Ranging from traditional reservations/ticketing, customer services, sales and distribution… to corporate representation such as participation in trade events, facilitation of air service agreement negotiation, reporting to aeronautical and tax authorities, representing airlines in interline events – just to name a few services that Sky Planet is providing on behalf of the Principals.
- Flexible range of services
Different airlines may see GSA role differently. Airlines may want to set up their own office to take care of accounting, administration, corporate marketing or airport handling, leaving only marketing, sales/distribution and customer services to the GSA. Some airlines may choose saving costs further by entrusting the GSA to representing carriers in all aspect of the airline operation in the appointed territory.
- Selling the whole airline network rather than only point-to-point traffic
Sky Planet understands very well the concept of point of sales and assumes the tasks to maximise revenue for airlines in the appointed territory. In addition to direct routes, the whole route structure is carefully analysed so that domestic and beyond home-base networks are marketed to customers, thus providing some very interesting revenue opportunities to airlines. This is even more vital to offline carriers who may have an impressive route network where else but provide limited access to Vietnam-based travellers.
- Development of brand and image that remains with airlines
No matter how an airline decides on its representation in the market, the main intangible asset belongs to its owner – airlines. GSA puts a great deal of effort into developing the airline’s brand and image over years but always acts on behalf and in the name of the principal.
- Destination promotion is key to success for developing market like Vietnam
Demand for air travel is a derived one. It is crucial to motivate Vietnam-based passengers who are generally new travellers; and to the destinations where the principal’s network is strong. As destination competition is getting fiercer everyday Sky Planet is working closely and more often than not, in a cost effective and innovative way, with airlines and tourism authorities in winning the heart of holidaymakers and creating opportunities for business to flow between cities.
- Working on a portfolio of reputable airlines with no conflict of interest
Called Airline House in Vietnam, Sky Planet becomes a virtual airline with the largest route network on offer, significantly larger than that of any other carrier because of the combination of hundreds of destinations offered by airlines the company represents. Sky Planet ’s airlines however never feel being competed in-house. On the contrary, the combined products are initiated and designed to complement the shortcoming of the single-route player which most international airlines are; and effectively challenge the outside competition – that is truly a win-win situation.