Yangon airport managed 112 charter flights last year

Yangon International Airport managed 112 charter flights in 2016, most of them for business purposes, according to an official from Myanmar MJETS Business Aviation Centre, which provides services for international charter flights at the airport.

Out of 112, 70 charter flights were made for business trips, while the remaining 42 carried patients abroad for medical treatment.

The centre was opened on August 1, 2014, and passengers arriving by chartered plane can use it without the need to use the airport building. Since its launch at the end of 2015, the MJETS centre received 260 charter flights for visits and business trips and medical purposes.

Separate immigration, customs and service counters are being opened at the business aviation centre. Air charter and air ambulance services are also being provided there. Myanmar MJETS Business Aviation Centre (MMBAC) is running as a joint operation in partnership with the state-run Myanmar Airways.

Source: Eleven Myanmar

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