Myanmar Airways International selects SkyPac Aviation as Vietnam GSSA

Source: Sky Pacific Air Services

Myanmar Airways International (MAI) has appointed SkyPac Aviation as General Sales and Service Agent (GSSA), cargo, passenger and handling supervisor in Vietnam.

MAI will start flights to Vietnam using an A320 in September. From September 16 it will operate a RGN (Yangon International Airport) -HAN (Nội Bài International Airport)-RGN route twice a week.

From September 22 it will operate a RGN-SGN (Tan Son Nhat International Airport)-RGN route once a week.

Located in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, SkyPac Aviation is among the group companies of Sky Pacific Air Services, headquartered in Bangkok, Thailand. 

Sky Pacific Air Services operates as a GSSA. It has expanded to become a key Asian player in the airline distribution & logistics environment, offering outsourced services such as passenger and cargo GSSA, marketing, reservations, aircraft handling and aircraft leasing.

Sky Pacific Air Services is certified as an IATA GSSA and a member of Federation of Airline General Sales Agents (FEDAGSA).

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