Direct flights from Yangon to three cities in Russia to be launched in early 2023

It is reported that Myanmar and the Russian Federation have signed an agreement to operate bilateral flights from Yangon to three cities in Russia early next year.
Union Minister for Transport and Communications Admiral Tin Aung San signed the agreement for Yangon-Vladivostok, Yangon-Novosibirsk, and Yangon-Krasnoyarsk flights at the signing ceremony between civil aviation authorities of Myanmar and the Russian Federation, in the 16th International Forum and Transport Week 2022 exhibition. A proposal has been submitted by Myanmar Airways International (MAI) for the flights to start in early 2023 and the necessary steps are being taken in coordination.
The Transport Week Exhibition held between 15 and 18 November was attended by approximately 1,400 participants including around 160 representatives from 36 countries and officials, experts, business organizations and researchers from the Russian Federation. They discussed the subjects for increasing the cooperation in road transport, maritime and aviation sectors besides the aviation communication between Myanmar and Russia at the meeting. — TWA/GNLM

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