Myanmar Airways, the state owned national carrier was formed in the year 1948, with the name of " Union Of Burma Airways".
The domestic schedule flights were commenced in 1948, with (9) seater (6) De Havilland Dove aircrafts and was initially flying to 19 stations.
The external schedule flights were operated to Bangkok, Calcutta and Chittagong in 1950.
The airline was reformed as a board under the union of Burma Airways Acts of 1952, according to the international schedule flight extension program.
The flights were operated to Singapore, Kathmandu and later to Bangkok, Calcutta, Dhaka, Hongkong and Jakarta until 15 August 1993.
In 1989 it was renamed Myanma Airways(MA) with the new image logo. Three pillars of MA are Safety, Service and Image. Currently the daily domestic schedule flights are operating to (21) destinations.
Up to date,Myanma Airways has 3 Fokker F28s(replacing with ERJ190 in 2012/13),2 ATR72-200s,1 ATR42-300,3 MA60s and 2 Beechcraft 1900Ds.
||14th December 2012, 09:43:06
||Phyo Pyae Sone