Bangkok-Yangon airlines resume their direct flights

BANGKOK-YANGON flights such as Thai Air Asia, Thai Smile and Nok Air airlines resumed direct flights at Yangon International Airport on 1 July for convenient aviation trans port between the two countries, according to the Yangon Aerodrome Company Limited (YACL).

The first flight FD-252 by Thai Air Asia arrived at Yangon International Airport from Bangkok at 8 am yesterday. The three direct flights will be operated weekly on Monday, Friday and Sunday depending on the number of passengers. “The Yangon International Airport is coordinating with relevant ministries to ease the Covid-19 restrictions and to welcome more airlines soon. 

The resumption of airlines would enhance domestic tour ism, domestic airlines and the economy of the State,” said Capt Kyaw Soe Hla of the Myanmar Airways International. India, China, Singapore and some other airlines have already resumed their operations at Yangon International Airport.

In addition, Malaysia, Japan and Korean Airlines will re-operate their flights in the near future. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, flights were suspended at Yangon International Airport on 29 March 2020. International flights were resumed on 17 April 2022 after declining COVID-19 infections in Myanmar.

Source: GNLM

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