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Myanmar Airways (8M) fleet seat map(s)

Myanmar Airways International began operations in 1997. It is a private airline. Myanmar Airways International is headquartered in Yangon, Myanmar. The central hub of the company is Yangon International Airport. Myanmar Airways International has a fleet size of 12 aircraft. The company operates regular international flights mainly in Southeast Asia to the following 34 destinations: China, India, Myanmar, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Malaysia.

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Check in rules

Check-in deadlines vary by airport, and if passengers do not check in by the check-in deadline, the airline has the right to cancel the reservation. You must present a valid ID for check-in and security checks.

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Passengers are allowed to take on board hand luggage with a maximum size of 58 cm x 34 m x 23 cm, and weighing up to 7 kg. The maximum weight of checked baggage is 20 kg (for economy class) and 30 kg (for business class), size - up to 158 cm (sum of all dimensions).

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Unaccompanied minors

Children over the age of six can travel alone. A minors' escort service is compulsory for children 5-12 years old. For children over the age of 12 years old the minors' escort service is not compulsory and can be booked on request of parents.

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Infants are considered to be children under two years of age. Infants may fly without a seat on the plane. The infant must sit on the lap of an accompanying adult. If you wish, you can buy a seat for an infant at the infant fare.

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Pets are not permitted to travel in the cabin with Myanmar National Airlines. However, animals can be transported as checked baggage in the hold of Myanmar National Airlines flights if they meet the IATA Live Animals Regulations.

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