Myanmar’s airlines urged to merge for giving better flight services

U Nyunt Tin of Yangon Region Constituency No 2.—mna
U Nyunt Tin of Yangon Region Constituency No 2.—MNA
Deputy Minister  U Zin Yaw.—MNA
Deputy Minister U Zin Yaw.—MNA

Nay Pyi Taw, 12 March — The Ministry of Transport and Department of Civil Aviation have urged Myanmar’s airlines to merge with among them or international airlines so as to give better flight services to the passengers, Deputy Minister for Transport U Zin Yaw replied to a question raised by U Nyunt Tin of Yangon Region Constituency No 2 at Thursday’s session of Amyotha Hluttaw. With regard to the ASEAN Open Sky Policy included in the question of U Nyunt Tin, the deputy minister said that Department of Civil Aviation will clarify the drafting Myanmar Aviation Policy to all stakeholders for seeking advices from them. The ministry allows establishment of joint venture airlines with 49 percent of foreign investment.
The MP asked one related question on plans of the departments concerned to urge airlines not to recruit staff with incentives of high salaries and emoluments in competitiveness with opponent airlines. The deputy minister replied that the Ministry of Transport has responsibility to supervise safely operating the airlines in line with the International Civil Aviation Organization and economic policies, laws and regulations of the government. Recruitment of staff is under management of respective organizations.
A video clip on hearing the bill amending the national education law was presented to MPs at the 12th session of Amyotha Hluttaw. MNA

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