Myanma Railways raises train ticket prices for long-distance journeys

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Starting from 1 January, train ticket rates for long-distance journeys have been raised by Myanma Railways, as announced by U Thaung Htaik, chief supretendent at Yangon railway station.
The adjustment in ticket rates for long-distance train journeys is a response to the fluctuations in fuel prices.
U Thaung Htaik provided details on the new pricing structure, stating, “The prices are now set at 11,000 kyats for the ordinary class and 22,000 kyats for the upper class on Yangon-Mandalay journeys. For the Yangon-Pyay airbag train journey, it is 5,000 kyats for the ordinary class and 10,000 kyats for the upper class. As for the Yangon-Mawlamyine train with AAR coaches, the rates are 5,000 kyats for the ordinary class and 10,000 kyats for the upper class. For the Yangon-Mawlamyine train with airbag coaches, passengers will now pay 6,000 kyats for the ordinary class and 11,000 kyats for the upper class.” — ASH/TKO

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