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Ministry of transport
Department of Transport
Department of Civil Aviation
Department of Marine Administration
Department of Meteorology and Hydrology
Directorate of Water Resources and Improvement of River Systems
Myanmar Mercantile Marine College
Inland Water Transport
Myanma Airways
Myanmar Maritime University
Myanma Port Authority
Myanma Shipyards

Services

Myanma Airways, the state owned National carrier, was formed in the year 1948, under the name of "Union of Burma Airways"(UBA).

The Domestic schedule flights were commenced in 1948, with 9 seater (6) De Havilland Dove aircrafts and was initially flying to (19) stations. The external schedule flights were operated to Bangkok , Calcutta and Chittagong in the year 1950.

The airline was reformed as a board under the Union of Burma Airways Act of 1952, according to international schedule flights extension programme. The flights were operated to Singapore , Katmandu and later to Bangkok , Calcutta , Dhaka, Hong Kong and Jakarta until August 15 1993.

In the year 1972, the airline was again reorganized as Burma Airways Corporation (BAC).

In the year 1989, it was renamed Myanma Airways (MA) with the new image logo. The three pillars of Myanma Airways are Safety, Service and Image. Currently, the daily domestic schedule flights are operating to (21) destinations.

Currently Myanma Airways operate domestic flights only.



Myanma Airways of the Ministry of Transport and Region Air formed a joint venture Airline called "Myanmar Airways International"(MAI). The Myanma Airways International started the international flights to Bangkok , Singapore and Hong Kong , on August 15 1993 with the Boeing 757-210ER aircraft and from August 13 1994 onwards the international flights were operated with Boeing 737-400.

With the arrival of another Boeing 737-400 aircraft on December 9 1995 Myanmar Airways International operates more international flights, such as flights to Kualalumpur, Dhaka and Kunming , in addition to Bangkok , Singapore and Hong Kong . Moreover, Myanma Airways International plans to operate more international flights.

Similarly, Myanma Airways, Air Mandalay Holding Limited of Singapore and Premier Airlines Pte Limited of Malaysia formed a joint venture, called "Air Mandalay" Limited and started domestic flights from Yangon to Mandalay, Nyaung-U, Heho with the ATR72-210 aircraft with effect from November 1 1994. With the arrival of another ATR72-210 aircraft, Air Mandalay increased the domestic charter flights. Moreover, Air Mandalay operates chartered flights to Chiang Mai. Air Mandalay also plans to operate to Chiang Rai and Phuket in the near future.

1948

De Havilland Dove

9

1950

De Havilland Dove
DC3 Dakota

9
28

1952

De Havilland Dove
DC3 Dakota
Marathon

9
28
20

1957

Viscount
DC3 Dakota

48
28

1963

Viscount
DC3 Dakota
Fokker F-27

48
28
44

1969

DC3 Dakota
Fokker F-27
Boeing 727-100

28
44
114

1976

Twin Otter
Fokker F-27
Boeing 727-100

20
44
114

1978

Fokker F-27
Fokker F-28 Mk1000
Fokker F-28 Mk4000
Twin Otter
Puma Helicopter

44
65
85
20
20

1982

Fokker F-27
Fokker F-28 Mk1000
Fokker F-28 Mk4000
Twin Otter
Puma Helicopter

44
65
85
20
20

1984

Fokker F-27
Fokker F-28 Mk1000
Fokker F-28 Mk4000
Puma Helicopter

44
65
85
20

1995-up to date

Fokker F-27
Fokker F-28 Mk1000
Fokker F-28 Mk4000

44
65
85

Myanma Airways currently operate regular schedule air services, charter and special flights to the following destinations.

1. Kalaymyo 14. Myitkyina
2. Kyaingtong 15. Mawlamyine
3. Naypyidaw 16. Mainghsat
4. Kyaukphyu 17. Monywa
5. Kawthaung 18. Myeik
6. Khamti 19. Loikaw
7. Sittwe 20. Lashio
8. Tachileik 21. Thandwe
9. Dawei 22. Heho
10. Bagan/ Nyaung-U 23. Homalin
11. Banmaw 24. Putao
12. Bokpyinn 25. Ann
13. Mandalay  

 

Moreover, special chartered flights to Pyay, Hpa-An, CoCo Island and Lanywa are also operated.

YANGON

ANN

ANN

TUE, THU

 

BAGAN/NYUN OO

NYU

WED

 

BHAMO

BMO

MON

 

BOKPYINN

BPN

TUE

 

DAWEI

TVY

SUN,TUE,WED,FRI

 

HEHO

HEH

MON,WED, FRI, SAT

 

HOMALIN

HOX

TUE

 

KALAYMYO

KMV

SUN, MON, THU

 

KYAINGTONG

KET

SUN,THU,FRI,SAT

 

KYAUKPHYU

KYP

TUE, SAT

 

KAWTHAUNG

KAW

MON,WED, FRI, SAT

 

KYAUKTU

KTU

THU

 

LOIKAW

LIW

MON,WED

 

LASHIO

LSH

WED

 

MAGWE

MWQ

FRI

 

MANDALAY

MDL

DAILY

 

MYITKYINA

MYT

SUN, MON,WED, FRI, SAT

 

MAWLAMYINE

MNU

TUE

 

MONGHSAT

MOG

MON

 

MYEIK

MGZ

SUN, TUE, THU, FRI, SAT

 

MONYWA

MWA

TUE

 

NAYPYITAW

NPT

DAILY

 

NAMSANG

NMS

FRI

 

PUTAO

PBU

SUN, FRI

 

PAKOKKU

PKK

THU

 

SITTWE

AKY

SUN, MON, WED, THU, FRI

 

TACHILEIK

THL

WED, SAT

 

THANDWE

SNW

TUE, THU, SAT

 

TAUNGOO

TGO

WED, SAT

 

 

 

 

MANDALAY

 

 

BHAMO

BMO

MON

 

HOMALIN

HOX

TUE

 

KALAYMYO

KMV

SUN, MON, THU

 

KYAINGTONG

KET

THU

 

KHAMTI

KHM

SUN

 

KYAUKTU

KTU

THU

 

MONYWA

MWA

TUE

 

MYITKYINA

MYT

SUN,MON,WED,FRI,SAT

 

PAKHOKKU

PKK

THU

 

 

 

 

 

 

TO

PUTAO

PBU

SUN,FRI

NOTE:

All schedules and equipments shown herein are subject to change without prior notice.

Fokker Friendship F-28 AGH
ATR_42 AIB
ATR-72 AIA, AEZ, AJN
MA-60 AIO
Embraer 190 AR AGP, AGQ
Cessna Caravan EX AJK, AJL
Beech 1900 D AJA, AJB

 

F-28

3.AGH 
ATR-42 

1.AIB 
   
ATR-72

1.AIA , 2.AEZ, 3.AJN
MA-60

1.AIO
   
E 190 AR

AGP, AGQ
Cessna Caravan EX

AJK, AJL
   
Beech 1900 D

1.AJA, 2.AJB