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MAI loads cargo in passenger aircraft cabin enhancing transportation capacity

Myanmar Airways International which has been operating the Incheon-Yangon route since
December 4, 2019, announced that it will continue to enhance transportation capacity by
enabling loading of cargo in the passenger aircraft cabin as well as in belly space on May 20th or certain China routes, operates passenger flights with no passengers but only cargos in the belly space, and will further enhance transportation capacity by loading cargo on the passenger cabin in the future.

Due to the worldwide spread of Covid-19, Myanmar Airways International currently
operates relief flight only on Yangon – Incheon – Yangon route but at the same time, it has
been carrying relief supplies, medical goods such as mask/protective clothing/test kit to be used in combatting coronavirus.

Furthermore, Myanmar Airways International will be deploying A320 with increased cargo capacity up to 40% on May 27th, 2020.

In addition, Myanmar Airways International will resume operation in a limited manner from
June. Two weekly flight from June 1 to June 14 (Tuesday and Thursday) and four weekly
flights from June 15 to June 30 (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday).

As part of the largest airline group in Myanmar, together with its sister airlines, Air KBZ,
Myanmar Airways International is a Yangon-based airline, boasts a strong network, and
operates 15 domestic destinations, including Heho, Bagan, Mandalay, and Nay Pyi Taw. It will continue to enhance access to Myanmar from Korea and provides opportunities to meet a variety of Myanmar.

Myanmar Airways International operates on international routes such as Bangkok, Singapore, Guangzhou, and Kolkata via three A319 aircraft, with Yangon as hubs. It also has a seasonal service to Gaya which caters to religious pilgrim traffic. Myanmar Airways International aims to double the number of aircraft by 2020.

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