• Kyodo, Staff Report


ANA Holdings Inc. will accept 15 Myanmar trainees starting at the end of this month to work in ground services at Narita airport, including in operating passenger boarding bridges and loading cargo.

The major Japanese airline said this week it will train the workers at the request of the Myanmar government — the first time the company has accepted foreigners on a training program.

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