Nok ups Yangon flights

BANGKOK, 7 July 2015: Nok Air will increase services between Bangkok (Don Mueang Airport) and Yangon in Myanmar from two to three flights daily effective 25 October.

However, from 2 September to 24 October, the additional third service will be operational, but on just four days a week; Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

From 25 October onwards, the airline will then increase frequency to give it three daily services to Yangon. Currently, Nok Air flies twice daily.

The increase in frequency will cater to growing traffic at the start of the peak season. September is a shoulder month when traffic increases, but by late October the peak season is in full swing.

Source: TTR weekly

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