AIR BAGAN ( W9 )
newest domestic airline in Myanmar, was established in November,
2004. It currently has a fleet of four aircraft: one 108-seat
Fokker 100 jet, one 70-seat ATR 72 And two 45-seat ATR 42-320
turboprop aircraft. Air Bagan serves 14 domestic destinations
including Yangon, Mandalay, Bagan ( Nyaung U ), Heho, Tachileik,
Kyaing Tong, Dawei, Myeik, Thandwe , Myitkyina, Putao, Pathein,
Sittwe and Kawthaung.
AIR MANDALAY ( 6T )
first regional joint venture airline in Myanmar, was formed on
October 6, 1994.
Air Mandalay currently fly to all major destinations in Myanmar
and to Chiang Mai
in Thailand. Air Mandalays modern fleet is currently comprises
two ATR 72-212s
and one ATR 42-320, built by Aerospatiale of France and Alenia
of Italy and powered by Canadian built Pratt & Whitney engines.
YANGON AIRWAYS ( HK )
Yangon Airways was established in October 1996 as a domestic
airline in a joint venture. Yangon Airways operates two ATR
72-210s 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.