Destinations in Myanmar

Yangon
The Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon City
The City of Yangon was once the cleanest city in Asia, some even exaggerated as the Queen of the Cities. Singapore, in fact, was designed after studying how Yangon was built. more>>
Mandalay
The old fortress in Mandalay city
Mandalay is the historical old capital, a capital of Myanmar culture, Buddhist Sasana and Myanmar traditional arts and crafts, with the life span of one hundred and forty two years. more>>
Bagan
Old temples in Bagan city
The main tourist destination in Myanmar is Bagan, capital of the first Myanmar Empire; one of the richest archaeo-ogical sites in South-east Asia. more>>
Inle
Leg rowers from Inle Lake
Inle Lake is about 900 metres above sea-level and 22 km long and 10 km wide. Inle Lake, natural and unpolluted, is famous for its scenic beauty. more>>
Kyaikhtiyo
the Golden rock pagoda from Kyaikhtiyo
The Kyaikhtiyo pagoda is one of the most ancient and celebrated of all pagodas in Myanmar. It is situated in the vicinity of Kyaikhto township, Thaton district. more>>
Mrauk U
the old ruines of Mrauk U
A new tourist site, which is becoming increasingly more popular in recent years, is the old capital of Rakhine (Arakan) called Mrauk U. more>>
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Air Mandalay

Air Mandalay Limited, the first regional joint venture airline in Myanmar, was formed on October 6, 1994. The shareholders are the national carrier Myanmar Airways, Air Mandalay Holdings Pte Ltd of Singapore and Premier Airlines Pte Ltd of Malaysia. They currently fly to all major destinations in Myanmar and to Chiang Mai in Thailand.



Air Mandalay Crew

Selection and training of our cabin crew is aimed at providing high levels of service consistent with Myanmar’s gentle traditions.We employ both local and foreign pilots who are trained at Avions de Transport Regional's (ATR) training facilities. The Aircraft Maintenance Engineers are trained at both ATR and Pratt & Whitney's facilities. Air Mandalay's aircraft are maintained to European JAR 145 standards. All aircraft in Air Mandalay's fleet are inspected twice a year by French DGAC.

Air Mandalay Fleet

Air Mandalay’s maintenance facility and maintenance standards are European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part 145 approved. Air Mandalay's modern fleet is currently comprised of two ATR 72-212s and one ATR 42-320, built by Aerospatiale of France and Alenia of Italy and powered by Canadian built Pratt & Whitney engines.