South Korea’s top airline Korean Air will run direct flights between Yangon and Seoul, the airlines announced.
The airline resumed the flights to Myanmar more than 10 years after pausing it flights in 1990 to help travelers reducing the flight time to six hours.
The flights between Myanmar’s commercial hub and the fourth largest foreign investor in Myanmar starts on 13 July.
MAI is also preparing the direct flights to Korea and Hong Kong.
Also, Sri Lankan, Bangladeshi, Hong Kong, Pakistani, Japanese and Qatar airlines are also operating direct flights to Myanmar.