Myanmar Airlines Safety

Burma Airlines Security

There is not much safety record in the young aviation industry. Are you trying to find out who should fly inland to ensure a safe and smooth flight in Myanmar? This airline's security record is not as good as others in Myanmar. Bundeskartellamt cannot offer advice on the safety of individual airlines. Burma Airways International - Safety.

Domestic Airlines in Myanmar and their safety record

At present, only Myanmar's dominant or fully controlled operators are on Myanmar's national network..... However, in 2015 Myanmar wants to join ASEAN's Open Skies Policy. In that case, the international airlines will become fierce competitors. As a result, the safety records of many local airlines in Myanmar are not actually the best.

Myanmar Airways - now Myanmar National Airlines: Security protocol: The British Embassy cautioned against the safety standard, as reported. A Myanma Airways plane crashed over the airstrip from Heho airport to Monghsat airport in Burma on 16 May 2013, causing two serious injury and significant damages to the plane.

Myanma Airways mission No. 309 from Mawlamyine with four members of the team and 60 people departed the airport in Kawthaung on 10 June 2013. Aircraft stopped in shrubbery about 200 ft due to the runways westward. However, the MA-60 - made by Xi'an Aircraft Industrial Corp in China - was earthed for security check.

As you can see here, the MA-60 has a poor safety track record. Security protocol: A Fokker 100 was crashed near Heho Airport on December 25, 2012 (see picture). Passenger transport on V9-011 was 65 and six people. One of the people on the road on a motorcycle was struck by the plane on landing and also died.

Airfare 011 took off from Mandalay and approached the airstrip at Heho Airport in the mist as it hit the power lines along National Highway 4. The Heho airport has a unique tarmac track without ILS. More about Myanmar Times. Security protocol: An ATR 72-500 was seriously damaged in a piste crash at Thandwe Airport on 17 February 2012.

He landed 1500 ft from the sill and rebounded about four flights before bouncing off the lefthand side of the airstrip into a small heap of sandy at the end of the airstrip. Asiatic Wings: There' s no plane fall records. In September, All Nippon Airways (ANA) merged with Asia Wings and sold 49 per cent of its stake to Japan's biggest carrier for 25 million US dollars.

The ANA will rent planes to Asian Wings and train its drivers. Myanmar Airlines: This is a newly established carrier that was launched in January 2013 and is rapidly growing. This is a new carrier that operates its Yangon-Nay Pyi Taw flights on Myanma Airways-owned planes, as it does not currently own an airplane.

This is Yangon Airways: There' re no casualty records.

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