Starting from July 1, passengers travelling to Bangkok, Thailand with a 14-day visa will no longer need to apply for Thailand pass and insurance

From July 1, passengers traveling to Bangkok, Thailand with a 14-day visa will no longer need to apply for a Thailand Pass and Covid Medical insurance. At present, passengers traveling from Rangoon to Bangkok, Thailand, must have a valid passport for at least six months. Air ticket, Thailand Pass; Covid Medical insurance; You will need to show your Covid Vaccine Certificat and your hotel or home address.

Among those requirements, travelers with a 14-day visa will be able to enter Thailand without having to apply for a Thailand Pass and Covid Medical insurance from July 1. The state-owned Myanmar National Airlines (MNA) will operate the Yangon-Bangkok daily flight twice a day, Monday and Wednesday, starting June 15. Myanmar National Airlines currently operates daily Yangon-Bangkok flights.

E-Boarding Pass can be obtained by checking online through the mobile application for domestic flights of the state-owned Myanmar National Airlines (MNA). Online check-in is for domestic flights only and can be made 24 hours to 75 minutes before departure. People will need to print and bring the E-Boarding Pass you received after online check-in. Download the mobile application from the App Store and Google Playstore and search for itinerary in the mobile application, buying a plane ticket.

Payment Check your itinerary Travel services such as online check-in and e-Boarding Pass will be available. In addition, overseas trips to Singapore, Hong Kong Bangkok Kuala Lumpur, Chengdu New Delhi It is flying to Kolkata and Manila, and plans to expand international flights. Nok Air at Yangon International Airport; THAI Smile and Air Asia will resume flights, according to information released by Yangon International Airport. Smile Airlines Air Asia will resume flights on June 3 and Nok Air on July 1.

Source: Daily Eleven


Maritime trade exceeds US$4,300 million in 2022-2023 FY

Until 3 June of the 2022-2023 Financial Year (FY), Myanmar’s seaborne trade reached US$ 4,345.852
million, an increase of $1,088.440 million from the same period last year, according to the Ministry of

Export by sea imports of trade increased from the previous financial year to a total of $3,257.412 million in the last 2021- 2022 financial year. Exports in the current fiscal year Imports and exports amounted to $4,345.852 million.

There are nine ports for seaborne trade in Myanmar, and more than 150 cargo ships have docked in Yangon port alone in the past five months, according to a statement from the Myanma Port Authority. Cross-border trade totalled $1,707.315 million during the 2021-2022 financial year, down from $1,164.925 million as of 3 June of this financial year, down $542 million from the previous year. Maritime trade increased while cross-border trade declined due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Source: The Global New Light of Myanmar