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Currently they operate with two ATR-72 turbo props to the main touristic towns in Myanmar. The MNA is the largest fleets in Myanmar with four Boeing 737, eleven ATR 42/72, Embraer and Caravan sorts. For over 65 years, the most veteran Myanmar carrier owned by the government. The majority of domestic routes are to Mandalay, Nay Pyi Taw, Sittwe, Ann, Bhamo, Dawei, Heho, Kalemyo (Kalay), Kawthaung, Keng Tung, Kyaukphyu, Lasho, Loikaw, Myeik, Nyaung U, Tachileik, Putao and Thandwe (Ngapali Beach).
Intercontinental services to Chiang Mai, Bangkok, Singapore, Hong Kong and Gaya. The KBZ is the biggest group of companies in Myanmar owned by U Aung Ko Win (also known as Sayar Kyaung and the same proprietor of Myanmar Airway MAI). You have a team of 8 fleets, including five ATR 72-600, three ATR 72-500.
Second place in the industrial sector as the biggest after Myanmar National Airlines. Take a flight to the most important domestic destinations: Yangon, Myitkyina, Kalemyoe (Kalay), Mandalay, Bagan (Nyaung U), Heho, Lashio, Dawei, Myeik, Kawthaung, Nay Pyi Taw, Sittwe, Thandwe and Loikaw. The FMI is the newest domestic luxurious carrier founded in 2012 by First Myanmar Investment Group Mr. Serge Pun.
Two ATR 72-600 and two CRJ 200 are in operation in four fleets. Customers have full use of the luxurious lounge facilities at Yangon, Mandalay, Nay Pyi Taw, Thandwe and Heho Aiport. The GMA operates two state-of-the-art ATR 72-600 domestic aircraft belonging to U Kin Maung Aye, the same Chairperson of CB Bank.
The flight takes place in Yangon and Mandalay, further to Nyaung U, Heho, Myitkyina, Putao, Tachileik, Lashio, Sittwe, Kyauk Phyu, Thandwe. Myanmar's domestic airlines are all International Air Transport Association (IATA) certificated.
Air traffic in Myanmar? - Forum Myanmar
Air traffic in Myanmar? Since most of the field stations are small ex-WWII airfields, wide-body aircrafts are not suited and the last fatal accident was a plane (F100). You can see your naval data and your flight size - although your oldage isn't important, as many US airlines and old airlines use much olderplanes.
I, and many others in this board, have been flying with most airlines on a regular basis and would not hesitate to continue doing so. ps. This long FAQ's threads has a comments that goes back over the years, the more current the post.