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Hong Kong-based Dragonair, sister airline to Cathay Pacific Airways, has recently announced that they have expanded their reach and will soon be flying four times a week into Yangon, starting January 9, 2013. Yangon is the biggest city of Myanmar and acts as the region's most important commercial center. By opening up a route between Hong Kong and Yangon, as well as increasing their flights to specific destinations, the luxury airline
is continuing to widen their reach.
Once they officially open travel to Yangon, it will be the "10th destination to be launched or resumed by Dragonair since April 2012." They have certainly been busy lately and considering Yangon is rich with culture and history, flights are sure to start filling up the moment they're announced. The airline will begin the service with an Airbus A321 plane, which will leave Hong Kong every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. With direct flights, as well as connecting flights, the new offering will allow more choices and access for all customers.