Yangon-Myeik-Yangon regular flight resumes with COVID-19 rules

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For the convenience of travellers, the Yangon-Myeik-Yangon flight was resumed on 19 November following the health standards and the COVID-19 precaution measures. Photo: Khaing Htoo

For the convenience of travellers, the Yangon-Myeik-Yangon flight was resumed on 19 November following the health standards and the COVID-19 precaution measures.
“Myanmar National Airlines will operate the current Yangon-Myeik-Yangon direct flight daily for the convenience of travellers. The service will be provided keeping in line with the guidelines set by the Ministry of Health to ensure the safe travel of passengers.
The Yangon-Myeik-Yangon route will be operated daily. And Myeik-Dawei and Myeik-Kawthoung flights will be operated from time to time,” said U Aung Moe San, an in-charge of the Myeik branch of the Myanmar National Airlines.
Ticket prices range from K61,000 to K101,000 for the Myeik-Yangon flight, and travellers can purchase air tickets at the Myanmar National Airlines branches and ticket agents for the dates they wish to visit.
For the convenience of passengers, the number of flights will be increased from one to two times on busy days.
When travelling by air, passengers must bring a COVID-19-free medical certificate within 48 hours of departure.
A recommendation for medical examination is scheduled at Kan Khaung Ward People’s Hospital and Tatmadaw Hospital.
In addition to Myanmar National Airlines, Air KBZ and MAI Airlines are also operating the Yangon-Myeik-Yangon flight for tourists in Myeik, officials said. — Khaing Htoo (Myeik IPRD)/GNLM

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