Golden Myanmar International AirlinesMyanmar International Airlines
Investigations teams in air crashes
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"The GMA airplane hit our plane," he said at the April 22 meeting, and added that the costs of the loss would still be evaluated and that MAI would take litigation if it were not fully reimbursed. GMA airplane was dragged from a car park to its starting point when the crash took place, he said.
Khin Maung Latt, who has more than 40 years of flying training as a driver, said the MAI plane was damaged along its right back at the right side doors, bow undercarriage, mains undercarriage and a head. Also the other airplanes were damaged, also at the nosepiece.
Capt. Min Thu, CO of Golden Myanmar Airlines, said the airline would indemnify MAI for the incident after the Department completed its investigations. "We are awaiting the results of an arbitral court established by the Department of Transportation on April 14. They' re going to investigate the damages and figure out what and why.
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