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Updated on November 9, 2018 From Myanmar Business Today

9 Air Connects Yangon with Guangzhou Starting on October 28, 2018

Yangon International Airport (YIA) is the largest and busiest airport in Myanmar, and is capable of handling 20 million passengers a year. 9 Air now directly connects Yangon with Guangzhou, China.

Travelers are now able to enjoy the non-stop, low-cost flights from Guangzhou to Yangon and vise-versa, starting from 28 October 2018. This new route will substantially meet the needs of business travelers, family visits and general tourism between Yangon, the commercial capital city of Myanmar, and Guangzhou, the capital city of Guangdong province.

9 Air is a low-cost carrier in central and South China, and has been operating since December 2014. Presently, 9 Air has 16 Boeing 737-800, serving over 40 domestic routes in total. Additionally, the fleet size of 9 Air is expected to reach 20 aircraft by the end of 2018 and 80 aircraft by 2025.

9 Air utilizes a brand-new Boeing 737-800 aircraft, designed to accommodate 189 guests, has set the low-fare option starting at $82 USD plus tax to Yangon and $75 USD plus tax to Guangzhou. The launch of 9 Air’s low-cost services provides a new, affordable and convenient choice to meet the diversified travel demands of the passengers in China and Myanmar.

The flight schedule is as follows: Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday/Sunday Flight No. AQ-1004 will be departing Yangon at 20:15 and arriving at 01:10. Flight No. AQ-1003 will be departing Guangzhou at 16:40 and arriving at 18:45.

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