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Air Bagan (W9)


Established in June 2004 and started operation since November 15, 2004 owned by Htoo Trading Co., Ltd and has over 250 employees as of March 2007. Its first International service was flown from Yangon to Bangkok on 15 May 2007 and the 2nd to Singapore from 7 September 2007. In June 2006, it received permission to fly to China and Bangkok,Thailand. In October 2006, the company announced that it would commence flights to Siem Reap, Cambodia. Air Bagan had added two A310-200 to launch international flights to Bangkok, Colombo, Singapore, Osaka, Seoul, Chennai and Kunming in 2007.

Air Kanbawza (K7)


Air KBZ is a privately owned domestic Burmese airline based in Yangon. The airline is owned by Kanbawza Bank and began operations with a Yangon, Bagan, Nyaung Oo, Mandalay, Heho. Yangon flight on April 2, 2011.

Yangon Airways (YH)


Yangon Airways was established in October 1996 as a domestic airline in a joint venture between Myanma Airways, the state owned flag carrier in Myanmar, and Krong-Sombat Company of Thailand. The airline bases its headquarters and maintenance station in Yangon. In October 1997, the current owner of the airline acquired the share of the Thai company, and then acquired the share of the Myanma Airways again in 2005. Thereafter, the airline becomes a fully private own airline in Myanmar. The airline then evolved into a principal domestic service carrier, operating schedule and charter flight services from Yangon to 13 prime commercial and tourist destinations in Myanmar. During the past three years, Yangon Airways has progressively gaining the market share; it has about 37% in 2007 and increased to 41% in 2008. According to the market demand and popularity of the airline, it has a good potential growth in the future.

Air Mandalay (6T)


The airline was established on 6 October 1994 and started operations on 18 October 1994 with a flight from Yangon to Mandalay. It was the first domestic and regional Joint Venture Airline in Burma. It was established as a joint venture between Air Mandalay Holdings Singapore under Managing Director Michael Chang (51%) and Myanma Airways. On 27 August 1995, Air Mandalay started its first international service from Yangon to Chiang Mai in Thailand

Asian Wings (YJ)


Asian Wings Airways is an airline based in Myanmar. It began service on 27 January 2011. The airline operates three ATR 72-500 aircraft that can accommodate about 70 passengers and a single Airbus A321-100. Asian Wings currently offers regular flights to all major tourist destinations in Myanmar.

Mann Yadanarpon (7Y)


Mann Yadanarpon Airlines (MYP) was incorporated as a private limited liability company on July 23, 2013, and granted a permit by the Myanmar Investment Commission under the Myanmar Citizens Investment Law to operate air transportation services on both domestic and international routes.
Mann Yadanarpon Airlines is the first airline in Myanmar to base its operations at Mandalay International Airport. Mandalay is the second largest city and the cultural Centre of Myanmar in close proximity to the main tourist destinations of Bagan and Inle Lake (Heho).
Whereas only one international airline was operating to Mandalay International Airport up to a year ago, five international airlines are now operating to the airport. Therefore, by basing its operations at Mandalay International Airport, MYP aims to provide convenient international flight connections to international travelers arriving at and departing from Mandalay.
MYP plans to expand its operations to regional destinations after successfully operating domestic services for two years.

Their Fleet

MYP's initial fleet will be two new ATR 72-600 aircraft with the second aircraft arriving in March 2014. After two years of operation, MYP will acquire an Airbus A-320 aircraft on an operational lease basis for its planned regional operations as well as additional ATR aircraft.