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Private Jet Terminal For Yangon

Category: Tourism, Posted:28 Aug 2014 | 06:00 am

As Yangon continues to capture the imagination of business leaders and tourism players, making news recently is Thailand's MJets, who has opened a private jet terminal in Yangon.
Part of Bill Heinecke's empire, the Myanmar MJets Business Aviation Center is a foray with local firm Wah Wah Group.
A recent piece in the Bangkok Post noted that MJets wanted to open similar facilities in Phuket, Chiang Mai, Mandalay and Nay Phi Taw.
Currently the group works from a base at Bangkok's Don Mueang Airport.

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