Myanmar National Airlines suspends international flights until August 31

The Myanmar National Airlines (MNA) announced on July 23 that it will extend the temporary suspension of all its international flights (Singapore,
Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Hong Kong) until August 31, in order to cooperate with ongoing measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The airline will offer full refunds or free flight changes to its passengers. The announcement also states that all flights will resume on September 1.
Myanmar has reported a total of 343 COVID-19 cases including six deaths and 282 recoveries as at 8pm on July 24. The most recent cases detected over the past
several weeks have been from returnees who are undergoing facility quarantines.

State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi has nevertheless hinted at another 2-3 months extension for some restrictions. However, the government Is also making
arrangements to form “fast lanes” through which those who wish to return on urgent business can contact their embassy for special arrangements. These agreements
will start with Japan and China and be extended to other countries later.

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Source : Myanmar Times

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