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Burmese Airways International (MAI) was established in August 1993 by a JV between Myanmar Airways and Singapore with the assistance of Royal Brunei Airlines. This marked the beginning of a new age for our domestic operations on Burmese routes, with a new Singapore based executive board (many ex-Singapore Airlines staff), a new Boeing with all expatriate crews, better educated crews and new British Civil Aviation Authority service levels.
Meanwhile, Myanmar Airways (UB) has pursued its activities as a pure internal society for the population. May became Myanmar's global carrier with frequent services between Yangon (Myanmar's trading capital), Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Kunming, Dacca and Jakarta.
Operation of the multinational carrier did not undergo radical changes until 2010, when the KBZ Group introduced an industry and flight path transition period with an 80% stake in MAI.
Operation of the multinational carrier did not undergo radical changes until 2010, when the KBZ Group introduced an industry and flight path transition period with an 80% stake in MAI. The KBZ Group's acquisition of 100% of MAI makes the airline's outlook quite bright and heartening.
MAI entered into a codeshare and partner arrangement with Korea Air and Asiana Airlines in April 2013, a codeshare arrangement with Malaysia Airlines in January 2014, a codeshare arrangement with Garuda Indonesia in November 2014 and a codeshare arrangement with Sri Lankan Airlines in May 2017.
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