Golden Myanmar Airlines
|Hubs||Mandalay International Airport|
|Parent company||Co-operative Bank Ltd,Kaung Myanmar Aung Business Development Enterprise|
|Key people||Khin Maung Aye (Chairman)|
Golden Myanmar Airlines is Myanmar's first domestic and international low-cost airline established in August 2012. It was formed by 15 investors including the chairmen of CB Bank and Myanmar Golden Star. The airline launched operations in January 2013 with two Airbus A320s and plans to add a new aircraft to its fleet every six months.
- Bagan - Nyaung U Airport
- Bhamo - Bhamo Airport
- Heho - Heho Airport
- Lashio - Lashio Airport
- Mandalay - Mandalay International Airport Main Hub
- Myitkyina - Myitkyina Airport
- Naypyidaw - Naypyidaw International Airport
- Putao - Putao Airport
- Tachileik - Tachileik Airport
- Yangon - Yangon International Airport Hub
- Bangkok - Suvarnabhumi Airport
- Chiang Mai - Chiang Mai International Airport (begins 23 September 2014) 
The Golden Myanmar Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of October 2013):
|ATR 72-600||2||0||0||delivered in 15 May and 16 June |
- [dead link]
- by JL (2014-08-14). "Golden Myanmar Airlines to Start Chiang Mai Service from late-Sep 2014". Airline Route. Retrieved 2014-08-20.
- "Golden Myanmar Airlines to lease two ATR72s from the ALC from Q1 2014 - ch-aviation.com". Ch-aviation.ch. Retrieved 2014-08-20.