More Myanmar airlines to resume operations

Some domestic airlines in the country said that they will be resuming their operations starting at the end of this month.

Air Thanlwin, a domestic carrier, which has been temporarily suspended its flights in April to curb the spread of the coronavirus, has announced that it will resume operations on May 30.

The airline will resume flights on May 30 with routes based in Yangon and Mandalay flying to Sittwe, Tachilek, Myitkyina, Kengtung, Heho and Hkamti.M

Myanmar National Airlines and Air KBZ have been able to resume domestic flights since early May.

Golden Myanmar Airlines, which suspended operations until May 15, resumed domestic flights the next day on May 16, with some destinations flown by majority of travellers.

Mann Yadanarpon Airlines restarted its domestic flights on May 22, but only between Yangon and Sittwe.

Currently, Myanmar has suspended international flights until the end of May, and domestic flights have been reduced depending on the availability of passengers, according to local airlines.

Some international airlines flying to Myanmar have announced plans to resume some flights in early June.

The Department of Civil extended a ban on international commercial air traffic until the end of this month on May 14 to curb the spread of coronavirus.

The ban, first introduced on March 30 and extended by decrees since then, was extended from May 15 to May 31, according to a memo to airlines from the civil aviation department and signed by its director general U Aung Kyaw Tun.

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Source : Myanmar Times

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