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15 percent off discount for air ticket fare offered at Myanmar National Airlines' 70th Anniversary Travel Fair

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Myanmar National Airlines’ 70th Anniversary Travel Fair took place at Myanmar Plaza on Aug 25 and 26 from 10am to 7pm offering 15 percent discount-based fare on the flight tickets for all international and domestic destinations.    

Featuring the very best of Myanmar hospitality and service, MNA offered Business  Class,  Premium  Economy  Class  and  Economy  Class  services on their flights seamlessly  connecting  to 28 destinations around the country and five international destinations with brand new aircraft: Boeing 737-800 NG; Embraer 190; ATR 72-600; and Caravan, and the baggage allowances starting from 20 kg for domestic travels and from 30 kg for international travels.

   

Visitors to the event made payment either in cash or with card in US dollar or Myanmar kyats during the travel fair. There were also exclusive gifts for all ticket purchases and lucky draw programme during the event.  

According to an official of MNA, there was no release in regard to the amount of money from selling the flight tickets at the travel fair.  

“There was only the press release on the travel fair. How many tickets were sold and how much amount of the cash from selling the tickets is are just an internal office matter.

There was no release of statement about it,” said the official.  

Additionally, MNA also announced that those who missed the event during the set duration could buy the discount based tickets for the said flights until midnight on August 28 through its website.  

Myanmar National Airlines is the national flag carrier of Myanmar and has the most extensive route network within the country. The airline has been in existence for over 65 years since it was established in 1945 in the name of Union of Burma Airways. It is the oldest and most experienced airlines in Asia. Currently, MNA operates 28 domestic flights and overseas flights to Singapore, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Phuket, Bodh Gaya, and Chiang Mai.

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Theingi Htun is a journalist who worked for two years at Yangon Times Journal and Flower News. She also worked for two years at Democracy Today News as Senior Journalist. She wrote many articles about culture, the travel sector and lifestyle stories too. Now she is working at My Magical Myanmar as a travel writer and social media executive."

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