Nok Air, Thai Smile and Air Asia resume flights from Yangon International Airport

Nok Air, Thai Smile and Air Asia will resume flights at Yangon International Airport, according to information released by Yangon International Airport.

International passenger flights, suspended since March 29, 2020, are resumed by Singapore Airlines on the Singapore-Yangon route on April 1.

Currently, Malaysia Airlines and Singapore Airlines as well as two national airlines: MAI and MNA, operate international flights at Yangon International Airport.

Thai Smile and Air Asia airlines will resume flights on June 1 and 3, and Nok Air on July 1.

Commercial flights have resumed at Yangon International Airport and flights to Singapore, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur by Myanmar National Airlines (MNA) are now operating regularly.

Additionally, Myanmar Airways International (MAI) operates regular flights to Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Tokyo, Singapore, Seoul, Guangzhou, Dubai, Phnom Penh, Kolkata and Delhi on scheduled dates.

From April 1, passengers who have received a full dose of the COVID-19 vaccine will no longer be required to present entry clearance and enter quarantine upon arrival in Singapore.

Currently, as the confirmed cases of COVID-19, infection rate and death rate have dropped significantly, Myanmar needs to develop its international tourism industry and attract more foreigners and tourists to Myanmar and facilitate the entry of Myanmar citizens into the country, a temporary situation. the restriction on international flights has been set until April 16 and scheduled flights are allowed to resume on April 17 in accordance with COVID immigration requirements.

Foreigners (including diplomats and staff of UN agencies) should visit the nearest Myanmar embassy or consulate abroad to be exempted from visa restrictions if they are to arrive in Myanmar by relief or by special flight due to emergency government obligation or unavoidable circumstances.

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