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Yangon - Myanmar National Airlines launches non-stop flight to Phuket
Travellers between Yangon and Phuket can start a few hour flights on March 25th as Myanmar National Airlines (MNA) is announcing its next flights to the Thai Isles. New Embraer-190 and Boeing 737-800 NG flights are operated every Friday and Sunday. The MNA will provide business, premium economy and economy class traveling.
Yangon International Airport (Terminal 2) flights to hilly Andaman Island, known for its beautiful sandy beach and resort areas - MNA will fix the price for the Yangon-Phuket-Yangon (Round Trip) from US$ 250 (all-in-fare). Here is the timetable:
The MNA marks international return after 22 years with an inaugural flight to Singapore
Myanmar National Airlines (MNA) has started its Yangon-Singapore flight, the first truly global airliner in 22 years. MNA services between Yangon and Changi are offered every Saturday and every working days of the year. Yangon services start at 10:15 and arrive in Singapore at 14:45 (local time), while Singapore services start at 16:00 and arrive in Yangon at 17:30.
"We are delighted to be able to offer our passengers on board our new Boeing 737-800NG flights between Yangon and the much-loved Singapore region hub," said MNA' s Capt. Than Tun, MNA' s CEO. There is a special rate of $239 for the Yangon-Singapore-Yangon service and $289 for the Singapore-Yangon-Singapore service.
MNA will end the promotional campaign in October and thereafter set new ticket pricing in November, U Than Tun tells Myanmar Business Today. It connects MNA's 26 home bases, which will expand to four more Asian Pacific towns by early 2016. MNA became the first state-owned company in the state to specialize in meeting global air traffic control and services requirements in 2014.
It is expanding its internal air traffic by six ATR 72-600, with the first two aircraft to arrive this year. "While MNA has a long and proud legacy, we have concentrated on refreshing and rebranding, giving the land an air carrier that will be a powerful competitor in the area worth hoisting the nation's flag," said Capt. Than Tun.
It is the claim of all employees of the airports, the airports and the ticket office personnel that clients on the aircraft will enjoy a "clean, pleasant and up-to-date environment". The MNA also offers travelers internationally its Mingalabar service, which offers prioritized check-in and boating as well as rapid entry and protections. The Myanmar National Airlines was established in 1948 under the name Myanmar Civil Aviation.
Six De Havilland Tove aircraft were used to fly to 19 different destinations, and in 1950 services to Bangkok, Calcutta and Chittagong were opened. It has been restructured under the Union of Burma Airways Act of 1952 following an accelerated timetable renewal programme. Until 1993 IFRC services were provided to Singapore, Kathmandu and later to Bangkok, Calcutta, Dhaka, Hong Kong and Jakarta.