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Myanmar Crisis

Myanmar plans to allow international flights from January

Restart expected to begin with business travelers and expand to tourists

Travelers at Myanmar's Yangon international airport in March 2020. The country is set to allow international passengers with a business visa to travel in and out of the country as soon as January, and tourists by March.    © Getty Images

BANGKOK/YANGON -- Myanmar will begin allowing international passenger flights as early as January 2022, Myanmar's Ministry of Information said Tuesday.

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