Myanmar Airways International has confirmed it will introduce a new nonstop service from its Yangon base to Seoul in South Korea this December. The airline, which has strong links with travel agents across Asia is confident that the new service will gain support from South Korea’s outbound travel firms.
The four-weekly flights will depart Yangon on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Flights will arrive in Seoul Incheon on the following morning. The airline currently flies to Bangkok, Singapore, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Nanchang, Hefei, Fuzhou and Kolkata with a fleet of three A319 aircraft. The flight to Seoul Incheon will be its 10th destination.
MAI’s commercial partner, Air KBZ, provides a domestic route network that connects with MAI flights. It allows foreign tour operators to bundle fares on MAI through the Yangon gateway to all popular tourist destinations in the country.