YANGON, 14 June 2021: Myanmar Airways International says it will reintroduce some international flights in July, mostly semi-commercial repatriation or relief flights to Kuala Lumpur, Seoul-Incheon, Bangkok and Dubai. It made the announcement on its Facebook page...
YANGON, 31 May 2021: Myanmar Airways International and Air KBZ suspended most domestic flights from 29 May through to 8 June, according to the airline's Facebook page. The two airlines have stopped flights from...
YANGON, 27 May 2021: Tenants of a high-end office block in Yangon that the United Nations said was built on military-owned land have moved out or are reviewing their leases. Prominent first on the...
YANGON, 27 April 2021: As news continues to focus on Myanmar's dreadful loss of civilian lives since the 1 February military coup, TTR Weekly takes a closer look at how the travel industry is fairing during the...
YANGON, 23 April 2021: The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) will launch a new food assistance operation, targeting 2 million vulnerable people in the poor townships across Myanmar's main cities and other areas where population displacement is taking place.
YANGON, 23 April 2021: Justice For Myanmar alleges one of the region's top hotel companies, Shangri-La Group, has an ongoing business link with Myanmar's military junta that overthrew the elected government in the 1 February coup.
SINGAPORE, 19 April 2021: Pandaw Cruises founder and CEO Paul Strachan describes in his latest email dispatch, efforts to provide medical and financial support to hundreds of Myanmar families who have fallen victim to the military junta’s...
SINGAPORE, 12 April 2021: Pandaw, a pioneer of luxury river cruises in Southeast Asia and India, has cancelled all cruises in Myanmar due to the “current deplorable situation.” Pandaw Cruises founder Paul Strachan, in a statement...
WASHINGTON, 29 March 2021: US travel and hospitality companies with business interests in Myanmar will come under extreme scrutiny following the US Department of Treasury updated financial sanctions on two military companies in Myanmar. The US Department...
TOKYO, 26 March 2021: Six private Japanese firms and a Japanese state entity admit they paid rent on the Y Complex hotel and real estate project that ultimately went to Myanmar’s defence ministry, according to a Reuters report on Wednesday.