Air Mandalay

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Air Mandalay
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IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 6 October 1994
Commenced operations 18 October 1994
Operating bases Yangon International Airport
Mandalay Chanmyathazi Airport
Fleet size 3
Destinations 12
Company slogan Safety, Reliability & Comfort
Parent company Air Mandalay Ltd.
Myanma Airways
Headquarters Yangon, Myanmar

Air Mandalay (Burmese: အဲမန္တလေး) is an airline based in Yangon, Myanmar. It is a regional airline operating domestic services and international charter flights to neighboring countries. Its main base is Yangon International Airport.[1] It temporarily deferred its schedule services in December, 2014 due to unforeseen import permit issues that delayed the delivery of new jet planes. In early April, 2015, with two newly leased Embraer ERJ 145 having joined the fleet, the airline resumed its charter operations and followed with scheduled services.[2]


The airline was established on 6 October 1994 and started operations on 18 October 1994 with a flight from Yangon to Mandalay. It was the first domestic and regional Joint Venture Airline in Burma. It was established as a joint venture between Air Mandalay Holdings Singapore under Managing Director Michael Chang (51%) and Myanma Airways. On 27 August 1995, Air Mandalay started its first international service from Yangon to Chiang Mai in Thailand.[1]


Air Mandalay ERJ145 Jet Plane
Air Mandalay ERJ145 Jet with cabin crew at Thandwe Airport

Air Mandalay serves the following destinations (as of April 2011):[3]



The Air Mandalay fleet includes the following aircraft (as of May 2015) [2]:

Air Mandalay
Aircraft In Fleet Orders Options Notes
ATR 72-212 1 Currently stored at RGN
Mitsubishi MRJ-90 6[4] 4
ERJ145ER 2 All aircraft leased.
Total 3 6 4

See also[edit]

List of airlines of Burma


  1. ^ a b "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-03-27. p. 62. 
  2. ^ New-look Air Mandalay to resume scheduled flights, By Thomas Kean, Monday, 06 April 2015 ,
  3. ^ Air Mandalay Route Map
  4. ^ [1], Japan Timess

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