After a three-month suspension of services, on Dec 1 Myanmar Airways International (MAI) will resume regular flights between Yangon and Cambodia.
The airline started a twice-weekly flight to Siem Reap in late February but suspended the service due to low demand, according to Lav Heng, a sales agent for MAI in Cambodia and the Chairman of VLK Royal Tourism.
The Phnom Penh Post reported that MAI will have two return flights to Phnom Penh, every Wednesday and Saturday and two to Siem Reap, every Monday and Friday.
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