"Fly Dubai" celebrated yesterday, the launch of its regular flights to Yangon in Myanmar, strengthening its network to include destinations in Southeast Asia. The new flights will be part of the codeshare flights with Emirates Airlines and will operate from Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport.
The company stated in a statement yesterday, that the flight was left with a high-level delegation representing the tanker headed by Vice President of Commercial Operations in flydubai for the UAE region and the countries of cooperation and the Indian subcontinent and Africa, Sudir Sridaran. The flight was greeted upon arrival at Yangon Airport, Chief Minister of Yangon District, Bio Min Thein, and Minister of Transport and Communications, Nilar Kaio.
Sridaran said: “We are pleased with the launch of our flights to Yangon as our network expands to the east, and we are confident that the new destination not only supports trade relations between the Emirates and Yangon, but will also be a tourist destination for travelers from the UAE and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries and transit travelers to Europe and the United States with Emirates Airlines ».
For his part, Thane said: "Yangon Airport plays a fundamental role in the development of tourism in Myanmar, and is a gateway to international travel."
It is noteworthy that this trip will be among the codeshare flights with Emirates Airlines, where Emirates passengers enjoy free meals and permitted baggage allowances on flights operated by flydubai in business and economy class.