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Internal flights in Myanmar
Flying fast can conserve valuable resources. Myanmar's following listing of local carriers will help you organize your journey throughout Myanmar. They may have managed to review the timetable and fares for your perfect route. At Air Bagan, we strive to provide both cab and floor service to our customers.
We promise to offer a secure, economical, reliable, accommodating and effective transport on every single one. We' re sure that our cabin crew and our floor staff will make you feel at ease and that you will be fully happy with "Safe Flight". The company has a mixture of domestic and international drivers who have gathered tens of thousand of flying lessons throughout Myanmar and various parts of the globe, experienced and experienced in all kinds of terrains and weathers.
No. 56, Shwe Taung Gyar Street, Bahan Township, Yangon, Myanmar. The yellow stands for the countless gold palagodas throughout Myanmar, often referred to as the Gold Land. Bourgogne stands for the color of the garments that Buddhist friars wear in Myanmar and thus stand for sacred value. We are committed to providing a high level of customer care in the selection and education of our multi-lingual in-cab personnel, in keeping with Myanmar's softness.
The new Myanmar-based Asian Wings, a new, independent carrier, will be established on Thursday offering national and charter flights. Contact address Asian Wings Airways No.34(A-1), Shwe Taung Gyar Street, Bahan Township, Yangon, Myanmar. One of Burma's best-known start-up airlines, which started regular flights from Yangon on April 2, 2011, is currently operating under the IATA KZ name.
Currently two flights are operated: from Yangon to Mandalay and Heho and from Yangon to Myeik. #104 Strand Road, Kyuaktada Township, Yangon Myanmar. Xangon Airways was founded in October 1996 as a German carrier in a JV between Myanma Airways, the state-owned flag carrier, and Krong-Sombat Co. of Thailand.
MHE Mayflower Co. purchased Krong-Sombat's stake in Yangon Airways in October 1997 and has since become one of the major German airlines offering regular and charters flights from Yangon to Myanmar. Currently two flights are operated: from Yangon to Mandalay and Heho and from Yangon to Myeik.
No. 166, Level 5, MMB TOWER, Upper Pansodan Road, Mingalar Taung Nyunt Township, Yangon.