MAI plans to provide healthcare services in cooperation with Sunway Medical Centre in Malaysia

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Responsible persons from MAI and Sunway Medical Centre signed a memorandum of understanding on 23 June to comprehensively support the healthcare of customers.

Myanmar Airways International (MAI) and Sunway Medical Centre (SMC), one of the largest advanced private hospitals in Malaysia, will develop cooperation in health services.
MAI and SMC signed a memorandum of understanding-MOU on 23 June to promote the medical tourism sector and provide their visitors with more options for healthcare.
In the partnership, Sunway Medical’s Wellness Centre will offer special discounts on health treatments, and guests using MAI Airlines will receive a 10 per cent discount on Business and Economy classes flight tickets, 10 kilogrammes of extra baggage allowance, and a special discount on the upgrade to Business Class based on seat availability.
MAI will increase direct flights between Yangon and Kuala Lumpur up to 11 times a week starting on 15 July, and all MAI flights will be allowed to carry an extra kilogramme of luggage and will be provided with special discounted rates for changing travel dates to make travel planning more convenient for passengers going to foreign countries for medical treatment. — TWA/CT

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