|An AirAsia plane about to take off behind a boarding Malaysia Airlines plane on the resort island of Phuket, southern Thailand, November 2, 2014. Photo: Barbara Walton/EPA|
Myanmar President U Thein Sein has offered Malaysia a chance to operate flights linking Malaysia and Mandalay, one of the country's main tourist attractions, according to Bangkok Post on March 16.
|Paying online has just been made a lot easier, thanks to a tie-up between 2C2P and the Myanmar Payment Union. Photo: 2C2P|
Myanmar Payment Union and payment services vendor 2C2P have joined up to provide a new payment option for online shoppers in Myanmar, according to ZD Net on February 16.
|Electric power pylon carrying electricity cables from Biluchaung Hydropower Station in Kayah State, Myanmar. Photo: Ye Min/Mizzima|
Myanmar’s minister for electric power hopes half of the country’s households will get electricity by 2016, reports the Global New Light of Myanmar on February 12.
|Garuda Indonesia aircraft on the tarmac of Soekarno Hatta airport, the main international airport of Jakarta, Indonesia, December 12, 2014.Photo: Mast Irham/EPA|
Direct flights between Yogyakarta and Myanmar will start this year with the aim of boosting the number of tourists from Myanmar visiting the city and other places in Indonesia, reports the Jakarta Globe on February 11.
|Shanghai to Yangon container ship voyages are now underway, an indication that China-Myanmar trade is on the increase. Here the world's biggest container ship, named the Maersk MC-Kinney Moller arrives at the port of Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Photo: Jerry Lampen/EPA|
The first sailing of MCC Transport’s new direct service between China and Myanmar is on the water as the sister company of Maersk Line moves to capitalise on growing trade between the two nations, according to the Journal of Commerce February 4.