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Burma Airways International
Burma Airways Internacional Co, Ltd. Burmese: ????????????????? ???????????????) is a private carrier with its registered office in Yangon, Myanmar. It offers regular flights to mainly Southeast Asian locations and is located at Yangon Internacional Airport. Burma Airways is sponsoring the Southeast Asian Games 2013. Burma Airways ltd (MAI) started in August 1993, originally as a JV between Myanma Airways and Highsonic Enterprises, Singapore, with the assistance of Royal Brunei Airlines.
She has a Singapore based executive crew (many former Singapore Airlines employees), new Boeing jets, crew, improved cabin crew trainings and new operational requirements from the UK Civil Aviation Authority. Finally, the initial jointventure was dissolved and MAI became a fullyowned Myanmar subsidiary. The Air Myanmar (HK) Ltd. region holds 49% and a Korean business man holds 40% through his Zan Co. 11% and Myanma Airways 40% through a new jointventure established in January 2001.
The year 2001 saw the introduction of a new brand image and paint scheme, and the completion of the company's first large modernization programme for the cabins. During 2002, the carrier received new International Air Transport Association (IATA) carrier code and signed both the Multilateral Interline Traffic Agreement (MITA) and the IATA Clearing House. It sent 122 staff to Malaysia Airlines and Royal Brunei Airlines for trainings.
MAI concluded a codeshare contract with Thai Airways International on the Bangkok-Yangon-Bangkok service in 2003. It also has codesharing agreements with Malaysia Airlines, Qatar Airways and Jetstar Asia Airways. During 2004, the carrier received new uniform for flight attendants and hired 16 new flight attendants. Air Myanmar (HK) Ltd.'s international regional executive board gave MAI full power in February 2007.
Shortly before the 2010 parliamentary election, the Chinese authorities divested 80% of MAI's shares to one of the largest privately held banks in Myanmar, Kanbawza Ltd, and 20% are held by the state-owned airline Myanma Airways. May had no aircrafts of its own and had to rent short-haul aircrafts from neighboring states.
When MAI was established in Singapore in 1993 as a JV between Myanma Airways and the Singapore based carrier, the operation of the global carrier had changed fundamentally only in 2010, when the KBZ Group held an 80% stake in MAI, ushering in an age of industry and routing changes.
In addition, it acquired the Airbus A321 from Air Méditerranée in the 2010-2011 season and flew it to Bangkok-Singapore. By 2014 MAI is the full member of the Kanbawza (KBZ) Group and with the acquisition of 100% of MAI by the KBZ Group the company's outlook is definitely bright and heartening. MAI is offering two memberships in this programme - Diamond and Ruby.
Travellers who have travelled on three Returns within a single year have the right to request Ruby memberships and collect points necessary for the next Stage. Once a customer has made at least six returns with their Ruby member, Diamond memberships are used.
The MAI Sky Smile Executive Lounges at Yangon International Airport are available only to Diamond Card members and businessclass travelers. There is a refreshment, amusement and secretarial service in the area. The Myanmar Airways International network operates to the following destinations: