Five int’l airlines prepare to start Burma routes

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  1. sobore
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    http://www.mizzima.com/business/7634-five-intl-airlines-prepare-to-start-burma-routes.html

    More international airlines are set to extend flights to Burma in October, according to domestic media reports.

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    The airlines include Taiwan’s EVA Air, South Korea's KAL, Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA), Hong Kong-based Dragonair and Qatar Airways, said the Yangon Times.

    EVA will operate flights three times a week.

    ANA will offer a Narita-Rangoon-Narita route three times a week and a charter flight between Tokyo and Rangoon. A Naypyitaw-Yangon- Hanoi-Tokyo route will also be launched using a Boeing 767.



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    The tail end on our booking frenzy? :p
     
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    You know it is one of the last frontiers on our planet for many airlines? Great news for this country!:)
     

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