Myanmar Private Airline is Launched
Tuesday, January 30, 2007
A Myanmar private airline, called Air Bagan, plans to start flying its first international flights in April. It will cover three regional destinations, using two airbus A-310-200 aircraft.
Air Bagan also plans to increase its regular flights to Siem Reap, Cambodia, and its charter flights to South Korea and Japan. The airline has also purchased a Fokker F-100 and another 158 seat Airbus A-320 for its international flights.
Air Bagan was the third laragest domestic private airline after Air Mandalay and Yangon Airways. Fourteen foreign airlines fly to Myanmar currently, including Thai Airways, Indian Airlines, Qatar Airways, Silk Air, Air China, Malaysian Airlines, Bangkok Airways, Biman, Jetstar Asia, Phuket Airlins and Thai Air Asia.
Phoenix East Aviation Inc
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