Yangon-Narita relief flight to fly on 17 March

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One Boeing-787 aircraft of the All Nippon Airways (ANA).  Photo : ANA

For Myanmar citizens in Japan who want to return to Myanmar, All Nippon Airways (ANA) will run a Yangon-Narita relief flight on 17 March, according to the Embassy of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar in Tokyo, Japan.
The 49th relief flight is operated by ANA and 48 Myanmar citizens are permitted to return by the relief flight.
The list of those citizens who have been permitted to go back home can be checked at the ANA head office, the Myanmar Embassy in Tokyo, Japan released a statement. The departure time of the relief flight and information of the check-in counter will be further notified.
The Embassy of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar in Tokyo, Japan, in coordination with ANA, has been arranging relief flights for citizens who are waiting for their return to Myanmar during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Those who have been permitted to fly with ANA relief flight can purchase the tickets through the ticket counters in Japan or call the contact number of ANA: 95-1-9255100, 95-1-9255101 and 95-1-9255102 or booking via the ANA official website as per the embassy’s statement. — Pwint Thitsar/GNLM

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