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MNA to resume flights to ROK from 22 July

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An MNA flight attendant is pictured serving air passengers.

Myanmar National Airlines MNA will resume flights to the Republic of Korea (Yangon-Incheon-Yangon) from 22 July.
The Airline has announced its resumption of flights to the ROK, setting a schedule for the first flight to Incheon, which will depart from the Yangon International Airport at 11:30 am. The MNA Yangon-Incheon flights will regularly fly on Friday, every two weeks, it is reported.
The Airline is currently flying to Singapore and Bangkok daily and to Kuala Lumpur every Tuesday. Myanmar National Airlines was established in 1948 as the state-owned transport company under the name UBA. In 1989, the airline was renamed Myanma Airways and operated 21 flights. In 2014, Myanmar National Airlines was renamed and operated domestic and international flights. Currently, Myanmar National Airlines flies to 28 cities in the country and is one of the busiest domestic airlines. — TWA/GNLM

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