Hong Kong-Macao-Yangon relief flight to be operated in October for Myanmar returnees

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The Hong Kong-Macao-Yangon relief flight is scheduled to be launched by the end of October for Myanmar nationals in Hong Kong and Macao, who want to return home due to difficulties in staying, according to the Myanmar Consulate General in Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong-Macao-Yangon relief flight will be operated by Myanmar National Airlines (MNA). The airlines will be able to operate at least 100 passengers.
According to a statement from the Myanmar Consulate General, only those who really want to return home can register for the exact number of passengers and cancellation will not be allowed after registration.
Those who want to return to Myanmar from Hong Kong must bring a copy of Myanmar passport. Registration must be submitted to [email protected] with a copy of Hong Kong ID Card by 10 September.
The tourism company, which is assisting with the census and ticket sales to accommodate returnees from Macao, was also unable to assist at this time, and thus one of the returnees had to take the lead as a volunteer.
The person who can help as a volunteer need to contact Facebook Messenger of the Myanmar Consulate General or WhatsApp No. +85255736793 as soon as possible and the Hong Kong-Macao-Yangon Relief Flight schedule and dates will be announced in a short period, according to a statement from the Myanmar Consulate General. — Pwint Thitsar/ GNLM

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