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Airlines

Name: MYANMAR NATIONAL AIRLINES
7JetSet7 Code: BRM
Status: Operational
Region: ORIENT
City: YANGON
Country: MYANMAR
Employees 282
Web: maiair.com
Email: management@maiair.com.mm
Telephone: +951 255 260
Fax: +951 255 305
Sita: RGNGA8M
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BRM-LOGO - 2013-01
BRM-MAP - 2013-09
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FORMED IN 1948. BURMA IS NOW NAMED MYANMAR AND RANGOON IS NOW YANGON. DOMESTIC, REGIONAL & INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED & CHARTER, PASSENGER & CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.

ADDRESS:
08-02 SAKURA TOWER
339 BOGYOKE AUNG SAN ROAD
YANGON, MYANMAR

MYANMAR (UNION OF MYANMAR) WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1948, IT COVERS AN AREA OF 676,552 SQ KM, ITS POPULATION IS 47 MILLION, ITS CAPITAL CITY IS YANGON, AND ITS OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS BURMESE.

(http://www.maiair.com).

AUGUST 1993: MYANMAR AIRWAYS INTERNATIONAL (BRM) IS THE INTERNATIONAL CARRIER BACKED BY BRUNEI'S ROYAL FAMILY. IT IS THE NATIONAL CARRIER.

1 757-200ER (RB211-535E4) WET LEASED & MANAGEMENT FROM ROYAL BRUNEI (RBA).

FEBRUARY 1995: 1 737-400, MALAYSIA AIRLINES (MAS) LEASED.

JANUARY 1998: ACCDT: (BRM) F27-600 CRASHED IN THANDWE, MYANMAR = 14 FATALITIES OF 4 (FC)-(CA)/41 PASSENGERS ON TAKEOFF (ENGINE PROBLEM).

APRIL 1998: 1,100 EMPLOYEES.

AUGUST 1998: ACCDT: MYANMAR AIRWAYS F27-600 (10476) CRASHED NEAR MANIBAGI DURING ATTEMPTED DIVERSION TO HEHO BECAUSE OF BAD WEATHER AT TACHILEK = 4 (FC)-(CA)/40 PASSENGER FATALITIES.

NOVEMBER 1998: EVA AIR (EVA) SUBSIDIARY, UNI AIR (MAK) OFFERS TO
TAKE OVER MYANMAR AIRWAYS INTERNATIONAL (BRM). (BRM) CURRENTLY SERVES BANGKOK, SINGAPORE, PHNOM PENH, HANOI, HO CHI MINH CITY, & VIENTIANE (757) AND IN DECEMBER 1998, STARTS SERVICE TO KUALA LUMPUR AND HONG KONG. ALL (BRM) EMPLOYEES RECEIVED TERMINATION LETTERS BUT ARE UNSURE (MAK) WILL RE-EMPLOY THEM. GOVERNMENT CURRENTLY OWNS 70%, WITH THE REST BY HISONIC ENTERPRISE, SINGAPORE. (MAK) IS ALSO INTERESTED IN TAKING OVER AIR MANDALAY AND YANGON AIRWAYS, WHO ARE DOMESTIC CARRIERS WITH INTERNATIONAL LANDING RIGHTS.

MAY 1999: REJECTS UNI AIR (MAK) BID, DUE TO (BRM)'S CLOSE CONNECTIONS WITH CHINA, WHOM LOCAL GOVERNMENT DOES NOT WANT TO OFFEND.

JULY 1999: ACCDT: MYANMAR AIRWAYS F27-600 (10594, XY-AEO) CRASHED NEAR SITTWE IN POOR WEATHER = ALL 9 FATALITIES.

MAY 2000: UDOM TANTIPRASONGCHAI, MANAGING DIRECTOR OF 2 AIRLINES IN CAMBODIA (KAMPUCHEA AIRLINES (CAK) AND ORIENT THAI AIRLINES (OTH)), OFFERS TO BUY 51% OF MYANMAR AIRWAYS INTERNATIONAL (BRM). IF ACCEPTED, HE WILL PROVIDE 1 A320 AND 3 L-1011'S TO EXPAND SERVICES TO BANGKOK, SINGAPORE, AND HONG KONG. APART FROM THESE 3 ROUTES, (BRM) HAS OPERATIONS TO PHNOM PENH, VIENTIANE, HANOI, HO CHI MINH CITY, JAKARTA, AND PHUKET.

JULY 2000: PLANS TO ORDER 2 ATR 72-500'S.

DECEMBER 2000: REGION AIR (RAE) ACQUIRES 49% OF MYANMAR AIRWAYS INTERNATIONAL (BRM).

JUNE 2001: PLANS TO REPLACE ITS 2 737-400'S, MALAYSIA AIRLINES (MAS) LEASED WITH 1 737-300 AND 1 A321-100.

JULY 2001: HEAVY MAINTENANCE CONTRACT TO GARUDA INDONESIA (GIA) FOR 2 737-300'S. 1 A321-100, (ILF) LEASED, EX-AIR ALFA (ALV).

AUGUST 2001: 1 A319-112 (S7-RGJ), REGIONAL AIR (RAE) WET-LEASED.

SEPTEMBER 2001: 3 F27-600'S, EX-CUBANA (CUB).

April 2002: 737-82R (CFM56-7B26) (29329, TC-APG), Pegasus (PGS) wet-leased.

January 2003: In February 2003, code share with Thai Airways International (TII)), Yangon - Bangkok.

June 2003: MD-82 (53481, S7-ASK), ex-Lion Air (MLI), RegionAir (RAE) wet-leased.

July 2003: 737-82R (29329) returned to Pegasus (PGS).

December 2003: Yangon (Rangoon) - Hong Kong (737-800, 2/week). In February 2004, Yangon - Delhi.

March 2004: Yangon - Delhi (3/week).

May 2004: MD-82's (49116, PK-LMR; 49250, PK-LMY), Lion Airlines (MLI) wet-leased.

November 2009: A320-231 (114, XY-AGG - - SEE PHOTO - - "BRM-A320-231 2009-10"), Adria Airways (ADR) wet-leased.

October 2010: A321-111 (642, F-GYAO - -SEE PHOTO - - "BRM-A321-2010-10"), Air Mediterrannee (AMV) wet-leased.

March 2011: A320-231 (295), delivery, ex-(M-ABDB).

August 2011: Myanmar Airways International (BRM), as the national airline, operates scheduled, jet airplane services to all major points within Myanmar. (BRM) is the international airline operating scheduled, jet airplane services to a number of regional SE Asian destinations, linking Yangon with Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, and Singapore.

(IATA) Code: 8M - 599. (ICAO) Code: MMA - (Callsign - MYANMAR).

Parent organization/shareholders: Myanmar Airlines (BRM) (89%); & Zan Company (11%).

Alliances: Jetstar Asia Airways (JSA); Malaysia Airlines (MAS); & Thai Airways (TII).

Main Base: Yangon International airport (RGN).

SITA: RGNGA8M. SINRR8M.

Domestic, Scheduled Destinations: Bhamo; Dawe; Heho; Homalin; Kalemyo; Kawthaung; Kengtung; Khamti; Kyaukpyu; Lashio; Loikaw; Magwe; Mandalay; Maulmyine; Myeik; Myitkyina; Namsang; Nyaung-u; Putao; Sittwe; Tachilek; Thandwe; & Yangon.

International, Scheduled Destinations: Bangkok; Delhi; Hong Kong; Kuala Lumpur; & Singapore.

October 2011: A321-111 (519, F-GYAZ), Air Mediterrannee (AMV) wet-leased.

June 2012: Myanmar and India have signed an air services agreement (ASA) to “enhance direct air connectivity and facilitate easy business interaction, tourism and people-to people exchanges,” the governments said in a joint statement. India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh signed the (ASA) during a state visit to Myanmar. In all, 12 agreements were reached. Few details were released; however, "The Wall Street Journal" reported the (ASA) would give Indian carriers fifth freedom rights, “allowing them to combine Myanmar with flights to other destinations in Southeast Asia.”

National carrier, Myanmar Airways International (BRM) operates 5 international routes, comprising Gaya (India), Guangzhou, Siem Reap, a triangulated Bangkok Singapore service, and Kuala Lumpur.

September 2012: Myanmar International Airways (BRM) plans to add 2 E190s (GEF) leased, to its fleet from November to replace its aging fleet of 3 Fokker F28-4000s originally built between 1980 and 1985.

(MYR) has acquired 2 Embraer E190s under a lease agreement with (GE) Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) (GEF). The 100-seat airplanes, which are scheduled for delivery by year end, are the 1st of the type to be introduced in the country.

The 2 E190s, which are part of the airline’s fleet modernization plan, will be operated on domestic routes.

(BRM) operates a fleet of ATR 42s, ATR 72, MA-60s, Fokker F28s and Beechcraft 1900s. The E190s will replace the F28s, according to its website.

Managing Director, Than Tun said (BRM)’s airplane acquisition is part of the country’s plan to build and modernize its transportation infrastructure.

January 2013: Myanmar Airways International (BRM), the flag carrier of Myanmar, this month inaugurated into service, from Yangon to Mandalay, the 1st of 2 Embraer E190s leased from (GE) Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) (GEF).

August 2013: The government of Myanmar has awarded the contract to construct a new airport (the Hanthawaddy International Airport project), for its commercial capital, Yangon, to a group of South Korean companies, in a deal worth an estimated $1.1 billion.

The new airport will be located around 48 miles/77 km NE of Yangon in the Bago region, and have the capacity to handle 12 million passengers annually.

In the state-owned "New Light of Myanmar" newspaper, the Myanmar Ministry of Transport announced that a consortium comprising Incheon International Airport was the successful tenderer in a competitive bidding process to build a new airport handling 12 million passengers a year. The paper also announced that a consortium led by local firm Pioneer Aerodrome Services won the concession to operate the Yangon International Airport and Japan's Mitsubishi-Jalux Inc consortium won a concession to run the Mandalay International Airport.

As part of a series of tenders put up last year in hopes of bringing investment into country's aviation sector, the government invited bids for the Hanthawaddy International Airport. The winning consortium is all South Korean, made up of the Incheon Airport, Kumho Kumho Industrial Company Ltd, Halla Engineering & Construction Company Ltd, Lotte Engineering & Construction Company Ltd, and Posco Company Ltd.

The firms will build the airport by 2018 and will have the right to operate it for as long as 50 years, "Reuters" said. The project is expected to cost around $1.1 billion.

Pioneer Aerodrome Services, part of the Myanmar and Singapore-based Asia World Group, will continue leading the operation of the Yangon International Airport, which has plans to expand its overstretched 2.7-million capacity terminal. It won the concession in a consortium with China Harbour Engineering Company Ltd, Singapore's (CPG) Consultant Pte, Ltd and Malaysia Airport Consultancy Services Sdn, Bhd.

Mitsubishi and Jalux of Japan and Myanmar’s (SPA) Project Management Ltd will operate the 3-million passenger-per-year Mandalay International Airport.

February 2014: Myanmar Airways International (BRM), the flag carrier of Myanmar, is planning to resume international operations after inking a lease deal with (GE) Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) (GEF) for 6 Boeing 737-800s and 4 Boeing 737 MAX 8s. “This is the biggest airplane leasing arrangement in Myanmar history,” said Myanmar Transport Minister Nyan Htun Aung, announcing the deal at the Singapore Airshow.

State-owned, all-domestic operator (BRM), which suspended international operations in 1993, will use the airplanes to launch services to Japan. “Myanmar Airways (BRM) is now going to re-enter the international market, with the support of (GEF), and become well known again in international air travel,” he said. “They used a Boeing 737 before, so this will be 2nd time there has been 737s in (BRM)’s fleet.”

The (CFM)-powered airplanes will be sourced from (GEF)’s existing order book. They will be configured in a dual-class layout, with a business (C) and economy (Y) cabin. The exact seating configuration is expected to be finalized by August 2014.

Deliveries will start in June 2015. Three 737-800s will be delivered to (BRM) in 2015, followed by another 2 in 2016 and the final 737-800 in 2017. (GECAS) (GEF) President/(CEO) Norman Liu did not give a delivery schedule for the MAXs, saying only that they will come “later in the decade” and that all the airplanes will arrive by 2020.

(GEF) already has 2 Embraer E190s on lease to (BRM), which is based at Yangon International Airport and also operates 2 Fokker F28s, 2 ATR 72s, 1 ATR 42, 3 MA60s and 2 Beech 1900Ds.

In addition, (GEF)’s AviaSolutions consulting business signed a memorandum of understanding with Myanmar Airways (BRM). Under the deal, AviaSolutions will advise (BRM) on its strategic growth plan, covering network development and marketing, as well as airport and infrastructure planning.

April 2014: Myanmar Airways International (BRM) is aiming to expand its network with a focus on North Asia as the privately owned flag carrier tries to carve out a niche in an increasingly competitive marketplace.

Foreign carriers have more than doubled their capacity to Myanmar over the last 2 years, but (BRM) has cut capacity, leading to under-utilization of its A320 fleet. (BRM) only captured a 12% share of Myanmar’s international market in 2013, down from a 19% share in 2012.

(BRM) has struggled to compete on its core routes as foreign carriers including low cost carriers (LCC)s expanded aggressively. (BRM) now faces the prospect of new competition from other local carriers, which are seeking to expand into the international market. (BRM) has generally been Myanmar’s only international carrier for the last two decades.

June 2015: News Item A-1: Myanmar National Airlines (BRM) takes delivery of 1st Boeing 737-86N (43405, XY-ALB), (GEF) leased.

(BRM) has taken delivery of its 1st leased Boeing 737-800 from lessor (GE) Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) (GEF).

(BRM) said it will use the airplanes to expand its network outside Myanmar; it currently flies to 29 domestic destinations across the country using a mixture of Embraer E190s, ATR 42/ATR 72s, and Cessna Caravans.

“The new airplanes will allow us to expand our network to international markets and positions us for future success,” Myanmar National (BRM) (CEO) Than Tun said.

(BRM) has 10 737s on order (5 more 737-800s and 4 737 MAX 8s), to be delivered in stages up to 2017. 2 more 737-800s are due for delivery later this year.

The deal makes Myanmar National (BRM) the first carrier in the country to take brand new airplanes from Boeing, and one of the few to make a significant investment in new airplanes.

(BRM) has indicated the airplanes could be used on regional international routes, such as China, Japan, and Korea.

However, concerns for Myanmar's squeezed infrastructure development indicate airport services need to develop more rapidly to handle an influx of new jets.

August 2015: News Item A-1: Myanmar National Airlines (BRM) (which formerly operated under the name Myanma Airways) on August 17 launched its first international service from Yangon (RGN) to Singapore (SIN). The 1,930 km route will be operated 6x-weekly by (BRM)’s recently acquired, factory-fresh 737-800. Competition is pretty intense as the route is already flown by Jetstar Asia (JSA) (10x-weekly), Myanmar Airways International (daily), SilkAir (SLK) (daily), Singapore Airlines (SIA) (daily), and Tigerair Singapore (TGR) (daily).

News Item A-2: Operators using Myanmar's 2 busiest international airports, Mandalay and Yangon, can finally begin using Performance Based Navigation (PBN) practices after the country's civil aviation authority approved and validated their 1st ever Ground Proximity Systems (GPS)-based procedures, which were badly needed in the country. Both airports have now unlocked the use of (PBN), after flight validations were completed at the end of July through collaboration between experts from Hughes Aerospace and Honeywell (SGC).

Using a Cessna Caravan equipped with a retrofitted Garmin G1000 avionics package, Chris Baur (CEO) of Hughes Aerospace, led a team of Myanmar pilots (FC) through the 1st-ever (PBN) validation flight in Myanmar.

"The Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) of Myanmar wanted to implement their first ever Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) procedures starting with the main airport of Yangon. They wanted a (GNSS) procedure to both ends of the runway and then Standard Instrument Departures (SIDS) and Standard Terminal Arrival Routes (STARS), based on (GNSS)," Baur told "Avionics Magazine." "The government was eager to get them implemented, and derive the benefit of having (SIDS) and (STARS), which they haven’t had before. The traffic there is definitely growing quite quickly, so this should help to address that growth."

Airlines and operators flying into both Mandalay and Yangon can begin using the new procedures immediately, Baur said. Operators will not be required to become certified or undergo any training there, as the majority of international carriers flying with modern aircraft have the avionics equipment and pilot (FC) training necessary to fly (PBN) procedures.

Like the rest of the country, Myanmar's airspace was ruled by a military junta until 2012 and had never undergone modernization of its aviation infrastructure. Over the last several years though, the Myanmar government has been rapidly modernizing its economy, and its airports.

"Their initial excitement was to get into the (PBN) global movement and do this with (GNSS) approaches," said Baur. "When we did the flight validation, we brought all of our own flight validation equipment and put it in their aircraft and conducted the flight validation and recorded the flight tracks. The aircraft flies the procedure and then we record the aircraft’s position, independent of the aircraft system to validate it. What you’re mainly looking for, aside from recording flight tracks, is the 'flyability' of the procedure, ensuring that the aircraft is able to maintain the descent or maintain the crossing restrictions."

While the initial benefits will mainly be around the safety and flight operational efficiency of aircraft flying into and out of Yangon and Mandalay, implementing (PBN) also serves as a foundation to manage future air traffic growth in the region. The Airbus Global Market Forecast for 2015 - 2034 has predicted that the Asia-Pacific region will lead the world in air traffic by 2034.

Myanmar is the second major (GNSS) procedures project that the Hughes-Honeywell (SGC) partnership has completed this year, following the implementation of (GBAS) approaches in China early this year. Honeywell (SGC), like most other major USA-based suppliers, sees Myanmar and the greater Asia-Pacific region as a major area of growth for the global aviation industry. Growth begins with projects such as the recently completed ones in Myanmar, and continues with aircraft equipage and air traffic management (ATM) modernization, according to Michael Underwood, Director of Business Development at Honeywell Aerospace (SGC). "We view the aviation ecosystem in the Asia Pacific as a high growth region," said Underwood. “As such, we’re working across the full spectrum to help move and modernize not just the airplane fleets but the overall aviation infrastructure."

Beyond Myanmar, Honeywell (SGC) and Hughes are in similar talks with other Asian-Pacific countries for aircraft navigation modernization projects.

"We recently opened discussions with the civil aviation authority of Sri Lanka to talk about their (PBN) needs. They heard about what we have done in Myanmar," said Underwood. "We’ve had similar discussions in Indonesia, the Philippines, so we’re very active in that region and working to help modernize the air traffic infrastructure there."

News Item A-3: Myanmar flag carrier, Myanmar National Airlines (BRM) has taken delivery of the 1st of 6 ATR 72-600s as part of a $296 million order for the regional turboprop aircraft.

(BRM), previously known as Myanma Airways, already has a fleet of 6 ATRs (3 ATR 72-500s, 2 ATR 72-200s and 1 ATR 42-300, which is used mainly for domestic services).

All 6 of the new ATRs will be delivered by the end of 2017. (BRM) has recently taken delivery of the 1st of 10 Boeing 737-800s, which it plans to use on regional services, with a new Singapore route due to start in mid-August.

(BRM) Managing Director Than Tun said the ATRs would enhance the “operational versatility and efficiency” of the existing fleet, and would help tap into the country’s developing tourism market.

As part of its expansion, (BRM) is looking to add up to 6 international routes by next year, using the Boeing airplanes. It is also promoting a premium offering, called "Mingalabar Service," which provides priority check-in and boarding along with fast track immigration & security services.

Myanmar’s appeal as a potential destination and source for route expansion has seen other carriers (Vietjet Air (VJE), Bangkok Airways (PGB), Qatar (QTA) and Korean Air (KAL)) all open new routes to Yangon over the last year, leading to concern over a potential oversupply of seats and resulting in airport congestion and potential safety hazards.

November 2015: Myanmar National Airlines (BRM), in collaboration with (ATR), has selected Mxi Technologies’ Maintenix Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) software.

December 2015: News Item A-1: Myanmar National Airlines (BRM) on December 4 began a new international service from Yangon (RGN) to Hong Kong (HKG). The 1,952 km route will be operated 4x-weekly by (BRM) with its 737-800s. The route is already served by Dragonair (DRG) with daily flights. Hong Kong thus becomes (BRM)’s 2nd international destination after Singapore, which was launched back on August 17.

News Item A-2: Myanmar Airways International has expanded its network in China. On December 25, the carrier, which operates a fleet of just 5 A320-series aircraft, began flying from Yangon (RGN) and Mandalay (MDL) in Myanmar, to Kunming (KMG) in China. The 3x-weekly A320 service operates Yangon - Mandalay - Kunming and then back again. The 781 km Mandalay - Kunming sector is already flown 8x-weekly by China Eastern Airlines (CEA), while the Yangon - Kunming link is already operated non-stop by Air China (BEJ) (daily flights) and China Eastern Airlines (CEA) (6x-weekly flights). Among the international destinations already served by Myanmar Airways International are Bangkok (Thailand), Gaya (India), Guangzhou (China), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), and Singapore.

February 2016: Myanmar National Airlines (BRM) on February 20 began daily flights on the 608 km route from Yangon (RGN) to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi (BKK) using its 737-800s. Competition on the route comes from Bangkok Airways (PGB) (offering 4x-daily flights), Thai Airways (TII) (3x-daily flights), Myanmar Airways International (daily flights) and THAI Smile (TSM) (6x-weekly flights). Myanmar National Airlines (BRM) already serves Chiang Mai in Thailand with weekly flights. (BRM)’s only other international routes at present are to Hong Kong and Singapore.

February 2017: ATR 72-600 (1393, XY-AMK), ex-(F-WKVG), (DAE) Capital leased.

August 2017: Myanmar National Airlines (BRM), a State-owned airline, will extend flights to China's Chengdu, a report quoted a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of (BRM) as reporting Friday.

The planned schedule-flight will be introduced in addition to 26 domestic destinations and some international routes including Singapore, China's Hong Kong, Bangkok, Chaing Mai and Gaya, (BRM) (CEO) U Than Tun said.

With Boeing 737-800 airplanes, (BRM) launched its 1st international flight to Singapore in August 2015, followed by the 2nd to China's Hong Kong in December the same year and to Bangkok in February 2016.

Myanmar's oldest airline, founded in 1948, carried out reforms in 2015, expanding its regional and foreign destinations in a bid to keep up with international airlines flying between international airports of Myanmar.

(BRM) was renamed from state-run Myanmar Airways (BRM) in December 2014 after corporization.

Domestic private airlines in operation in Myanmar have reached 8, while foreign airlines that fly (BRM) remain as 24, according to figures so far available.

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BRM-737-800 - 2014-02
BRM-A320-231 2009-10
BRM-A321-111-2010-10

August 2017:

0 737-3Q8 (CFM56-3B2) (1598-24299, /88 S7-RGM), (RAE) WET-LSD 2001-09, (GIA) MAINT. RTND. 12C, 114Y.

0 737-4H6 (CFM56-3C1) (2391-27084, /92 9M-MMH; 2507-26455, /93 9M-MMY), (MAS) LSD, 26455 RTND 2001-07. 12F, 134Y.

0 737-82R (CFM56-7B26) (224-29329, TC-APG), (PGS) WET-LSD 2002-04. RTND 2003-07. (AGAIN) 2003-10. RTND 2004-06.

1 +5 ORDERS 737-86N (CFM56-7B26) (43405, XY-ALB), (GEF) LSD 2015-06, WITH WINGLETS.

4 ORDERS 737 MAX 8 (CFM56-7B):

0 757-200ER, (RBA) WET LSD INCL MANAGEMENT. RTND.

0 MD-82 (1061-49116, PK-LMR), (MLI) WET-LST 2004-05. RTND 2004-06.

0 MD-82 (JT8D-217A) (1186-49250, /85 PK-LMY), (MLI) WET-LSD 2004-05. RTND. 8C, 152Y.

0 MD-82 (JT8D-217C) (2145-53481, /96 S7-ASK), EX-(MLI), (RAE) WET-LSD 2003-06. RTND. 12C, 140Y.

1 A319-112 (CFM56-5B6) (1791, /02 XY-AGR), EX-(OH-LVE) 2012-11. 54CY, 69Y.

1 A320-214 (CFM56-5B4) (0973, /99 XY-AGO), EX-(EI-EYH) 2012-10. 24CY, 156Y.

1 A320-231 (V2500-A1) (113, /90 XY-AGI), (ADR) LSD 2009-12. EX-(S5-AAB). 162Y.

1 A320-231 (V2500-A1) (114, /90 XY-AGG - - SEE PHOTO - - "BRM-A320-231 2009-10"), (ADR) LSD 2009-10. EX-(S5-AAC). 162Y.

1 A320-231 (V2500-A1) (295, /92 XY-AGM), EX-(M-ABDB) 2011-03. 15C, 131Y.

1 A320-231 (V2500-A1) (316, /92 XY-AGL), PHOENIX AIRCRAFT MALAYSIA LSG 2010-10. 15C, 131Y.

2 A320-232 (V2527-A5) (2844, /06 LZ-BHG; 2863, /06 LZ-BHH), BH AIR LSD 2012-09. 180Y.

0 A321-111 (CFM56-5B1/2) (519, /95 F-GYAZ, 2011-10; 642, /97 F-GYAO 2010-10 - -SEE PHOTO - - "BRM-A321-2010-10"), (ILF) LSD, AIR MEDITERRANEE (AMV) WET-LSD. RTND. 208Y.

0 A321-131 (604, S7-RGJ), (RAE) WET-LSD. RTND.

0 A321-131 (614, S7-RGK), (ILF) LSD 2001-07, EX-(ALV), (RAE) WET-LSD. RTND.

1 ORDER COMAC ARJ21-700 (CF34-10A), PASSENGER.

1 ATR 42-300 (PW121) (178, /90 XY-AIB), LST (FMI) AIR CHARTER 2012-09, 48Y.

2 ATR 72 (PW127) (422, /94 XY-AIA; 475, /96 XY-AEZ), 2004-12. 70Y.

1 ATR 72-500 (PW127) (781, /08 XY-AIG), 2008-03. 66Y.

1 ATR 72-600 (1393, XY-AMK), ex-(F-WKVG), (DAE) CAPITAL LEASED 2017-02.

2 BEECHCRAFT 1900D (PT6A-67D) (UE-214, /96 XY-AGB; UE-325, /96 XY-AJA), EX-(ZS-OYF & ZS-OYM) 2012-05. NATIONAL AIRWAYS CORPORATION LSD. 19Y.

2 EMBRAER E190-AR (CF34-10E6) (0154, /08 XY-AGP; 0231, /08 XY-AGQ), EX-(N161HL & N162HL) 2013-01, (GEF) LSD FOR MYANMA AIRWAYS OPS. 11F, 86Y.

2 FOKKER F28-4000 (SPEY 555-15) (11184, /82 XY-AGB; 11232, /86 XY-AGA), EX-(YU-AOH) 2001-00. 85Y.

1 FOKKER F28-4000 (SPEY 555-15) (11161, /80 XY-AGH), EX-(ZS-JAV) 2010-02. FREIGHTER.

3 AVIC XAC MA60 (PW127) (0806, /10 XY-AIO; 0807, /10 XY-AIP; 0808, /10 XY-AIQ), 2010-09. 56Y.

Management:
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BRM-1-Than Tun - Ctr -2015-06.jpg

AUNG GYI, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).

THAN TUN, MANAGING DIRECTOR & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO) (MYANMAR NATIONAL AIRLINES).

KYAW WYNN, SENIOR FINANCE MANAGER.

RICHARD CHAN, COUNTRY MANAGER (SIN) & (KUL)/GENERAL MANAGER CARGO.

RONALD LIM, REGIONAL MARKETING MANAGER.

PE THAUNG, GENERAL MANAGER.

WIN MAUNG, ENGINEERING MANAGER.

 
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