Myanma Airways acquires new aircraft
STATE-RUN Myanma Airways, which turns 62 years tomorrow, is acquiring three new aircraft, which will be delivered in time for the upcoming peak season from October to March.
The three 50-seat turboprops from China will replace its five existing Fokker aircraft.
An airline spokesperson said: “We are planning to provide better services for passengers with new aircraft… to meet international standards.”
The spokesperson added that the airline planned to fly to regional destinations “in the near future” after a 17-year hiatus but did not elaborate.
Myanma Airways stopped international services on August 15, 1993 following the establishment of Myanmar Airways International, which it has a 20 per cent stake in.
Current flights to 26 domestic destinations are serviced by eight aircraft – two ATR-72s, one ATR-42, three Fokker F-28s and two Fokker F-27s.
(Sources: Rahul Khanna, Yangon, TTGAsia)
Vietravel proud to bring Vietnam tourism to the world
With the title of “World’s Leading Group Tour Operator 2017”, Vietravel has become the first Vietnam ...
Vietravel to receive the TTG Travel Awards for the sixth time
In the evening of September 28, 2017, at the Centara Grand Hotel (Bangkok, Thailand), Vietravel Comp ...
Vietravel to support the opening ceremony of walking street of Hue City
Known as the leading travel company in Vietnam, always associated with the development of locality, ...
Vietravel to provide services for World Scholar's Cup 2017
From June 25 to July 1, 2017, the World Scholar's Cup will be held in Hanoi, Vietnam for high school ...
Vietravel to honorably take over the transportation service for the 2017 APEC summit
Based on the direction of Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh, Chairman of APEC National Committee ...
Vietravel organizes Vietnamese Famtrip for delegations from Iran
Vietravel is honored as an organizational unit and is the main sponsor for Famtrip tourism delegatio ...