Golden Mandalay Airlines

The Golden Mandalay Airlines

The top airports served by Golden Myanmar Airlines. Are you planning a trip from Yangon to Mandalay on a Golden Myanmar Airlines flight? Once you have booked your Yangon-Mandalay Golden Myanmar Airlines ticket, you can check your status at any time using your PNR number. to Mandalay timetable. mandalay.

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Do you plan to travel from Yangon to Mandalay on a Golden Myanmar Airlines plane? Here's everything you need to know about the voyage. Once you have purchased your Yangon-Mandalay Golden Myanmar Airlines tickets, you can always verify your Yangon-Mandalay Golden Myanmar Airlines number. How long does a Golden Myanmar Airlines service from Yangon to Mandalay take?

Golden Myanmar Airlines' non-stop service from Yangon to Mandalay lasts about 1h40.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Do you plan a voyage from Myitkyina to Mandalay on a Golden Myanmar Airlines plane? Here's everything you need to know about the voyage. Once you have purchased your Myitkyina-Mandalay Golden Myanmar Airlines tickets, you can always verify your PNR number. How long does a Golden Myanmar Airlines Myitkyina to Mandalay take?

The non-stop Golden Myanmar Airlines service from Myitkyina to Mandalay lasts about 1 hr 20 minutes.

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Gold Myanmar launches Singapore trip

Myanmar Airlines will start its first ever intercontinental flight this months with scheduled services from Mandalay and Yangon to Singapore and plans to Bangkok, New Delhi and Hong Kong, says the company's CEO. "We can now affirm that we will be flying the Singapore Flight from April 5th. It is the first Golden Myanmar Airlines flight path internationally," said U Aung Gyi, who is also a stockholder of the carrier.

Golden Myanmar Airlines, in line with its low-cost operator designation, is starting the flight with low fares: a well-known Yangon ticket sales representative said promotional rates would be as low as $45 per flight between April 5 and 8. Normal rates will be about $100 per flight, the company says, about half of what other airlines do.

In January, Golden Myanmar took off on a flight between Yangon and Mandalay. It is now examining several possible new intercontinental services in 2013, such as Bangkok, New Delhi and Hong Kong, said U Aung Gyi. "We currently have only one single Airbus 320, but we will be adding another very soon before the start of the Singapore run.

At the end of April we will also be flying to Bangkok. We will soon be adding more planes as initially scheduled and flying to Delhi and Hong Kong in the near future," he said. These will be Mandalay's first flight to Singapore and continue the newly won interest of major airlines in Myanmar's last imperial city.

As Yangon made up almost all of the country's global passenger traffic in 2012, the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation said in a recent weekly update that much of the focus in recent month has been on Mandalay and predicted that this tendency will persist. This is a tragic turn for a town that had only one major destination, a China Eastern Airlines connection to Kunming in China, before Thai AirAsia took off on Bangkok-Mandalay routes in October 2012.

In the following months, Myanmar Airways Int'l (MAI) started three times a week from Mandalay to Gaya in India. On 31 March, MAI started operating five departures a-ways between Mandalay and Bangkok per DAI, the same date that Thai Airways International's affiliate, Thai Sender, started a five-week flight to Bangkok. Meanwhile, Bangkok Airways has announced four flight per weeks on the flight from 13 September, and MAI is considering further round-trip connections from the capital, also to Singapore.

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