Myanmar National Airlines expands SE Asia flights in W16

Myanmar National Airlines in winter 2016/17 season is adjusting service to South East Asia, offering additional flights to Bangkok and Singapore.

eff 14NOV16 Mandalay – Bangkok 3 weekly service operated by Embraer E190, replacing 737-800. Schedule changes also in effect as this will become standalone route, replacing Yangon – Mandalay – Bangkok routing
UB021 MDL0940 – 1155BKK E90 1
UB021 MDL1025 – 1240BKK E90 35

UB022 BKK1255 – 1410MDL E90 1
UB022 BKK1340 – 1455MDL E90 35

eff 14NOV16 Yangon – Bangkok Service increase to 14 weekly once again, instead of 11. Overall Bangkok service will increase to 17 weekly as a result.
UB019 RGN0800 – 0930BKK 738 357
UB019 RGN0855 – 1025BKK 738 x357
UB017 RGN1745 – 1915BKK 738 x135
UB017 RGN1745 – 1920BKK 738 135

UB020 BKK1035 – 1110RGN 738 35
UB020 BKK1040 – 1110RGN 738 7
UB020 BKK1130 – 1205RGN 738 1
UB020 BKK1135 – 1205RGN 738 246
UB018 BKK2105 – 2135RGN 738 D

eff 01DEC16 Yangon – Singapore Service increase from 7 to 12 weekly
UB001 RGN0715 – 1145SIN 738 D
UB003 RGN1600 – 2030SIN 738 x67

UB002 SIN1300 – 1430RGN 738 D
UB004 SIN2115 – 2245RGN 738 x67

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