Air Mandalay Limited, the first regional joint
venture airline in Myanmar, was formed on October 6, 1994.
The shareholders are the national carrier Myanma Airways,
Air Mandalay Holdings Pte Ltd of Singapore and Premier
Airlines Pte Ltd of Malaysia. They currently fly to all
major destinations within in Myanmar and to Chiang Mai
in Thailand with (Two) ATR-72-212 and (One) ATR 42-320,
which are both built by Aerospatiale of France and Alenia
of Italy and powered by Canadian-built Pratt & Whitney engines.
Air Mandalay's aircraft are maintained to European JAR 145
standards. All aircraft in Air Mandalay's fleet are inspected
twice a year by French DGAC. For more information, please visit t
Yangon Airways was established in October 199
6 as a domestic airline in a joint venture between
Myanma Airways, the state-owned national airline a
nd Krong-Sombat Co., of Thailand. In October 1997,
MHE-Mayflower Co., acquired Krong-Sombat’s shares
in Yangon Airways and since then the airline has
evolved into a principal domestic airline operati
ng scheduled and charter services from Yangon to 13
prime commercial and tourist destinations in Myanmar
. Yangon Airways operates new ATR 72-212s powered by
Pratt & Whitney PW-127 engines and fitted with state-
of-the-art avionics system.
The aircraft have an impressive exterior and
appealing interior, a highly efficient
performance and extra quiet operating conditions.
They are configured to carry 70 passengers with
30-inch seat pitch. Yangon Airways’ aircraft
are maintained to the highest standards of
airworthiness requirements. For more information,
please visit this website(www.yangonair.com)
Air Bagan, the very first private airline in Myanmar 100% owned by Myanmar national, was established in 2004. Air Bagan started adopting the Safety Management System (SMS) recommended by ICAO as early as 2006. This recommended SMS was declared MANDATORY for all Myanmar AOC holders by Myanmar Department of Civil Aviation on 01/07/2010. In conjunction with adopting safety enhancement capability, Air Bagan, since March 2012 had started using e-ticketing system and it is the first domestic airline in Myanmar to use Computerised Reservation System. They are confident that their flight attendants and ground service personnel will be able to make you comfortable, and ensure that you are completely satisfied with Safe Flight. Better Services of Air Bagan. At present, Air Bagan is operating 19 domestic destinations and a regional charter flight to Chiang Mai with (Two) ATR-42 (44 capacity flight), (Two) ATR-72 (70 capacity flight) and (One) Fokker-100 (106 capacity flight). For more information, please visit this website(www.airbagan.com)
Under the guidance of Myanmar Investment Commission, Air Kanbawza, otherwise known as AIR KBZ, was established in June 2010. The purpose of this establishment is to help the fellow existing airlines cater the growing demands of air travel in Myanmar. Taking off her very first commercial flight on April 2nd 2011, to this date AIR KBZ has unveiled 15 destinations altogether with (three) ATR 72-500 aircrafts. AIR KBZ aims to have more than 20 destinations in the near future, covering all the commercial centers of Myanmar. For more information, please visit this website(www.airkbz.com)
Asian Wings, having been incorporated since
17 September, 2010, as a private airline base
d in Yangon International Airport - successfully
inaugurated on 27 January, 2011. It currently
offers regular flights operating to all major
tourist destinations in Myanmar with (three)
ATR 72-500 aircrafts and an Airbus A321.
In the very near future,
Asian Wings Airways will extend its wings
to regional destinations through scheduled
flights as well as chartered ones .
For more information, please visit this website(www.asianwingsair.com)
Myanma Airways is the national airline of Myanmar, based in Yangon.
It operates scheduled services to all major domestic destinations.
Its main base is Yangon International Airport.
The airline was founded by the government
after independence in 1948 as Union of Burma Airways.
It initially operated domestic services and
international services were added in 1950.
The name was changed to Burma Airways in December 1972,
and to Myanma Airways on 1 April 1989
following the renaming of the country
from Burma to Myanmar. International services
were transferred to Myanmar Airways International,
set up in 1993.(No website)