Indonesian and Myanmarese operators are set to spend millions of dollars on airport upgrades at regional airports in both countries. In Myanmar, the Ministry of Transportation has pledged MMK2.2billion ($1.9 million) for upgrades to regional airports within the next 12 months. The airports include Myitkyina, Putao, Bamaw and Naungmon and come on top of recent upgrades to existing facilities aimed at easing tourist processing. In Indonesia, Angkasa Pura II (APII) the operator of 13 ...

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