FMI Air

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FMI AIR
IATA ICAO Callsign
ND FMI GECKO
Founded2012; 7 years ago (2012)
Commenced operationsSeptember 2012
Ceased operationsAugust 2018[1]
Operating basesYangon International Airport
Fleet size4
Destinations7
Company slogan"Myanmar's Premium Service Airline"
HeadquartersYangon, Myanmar
Key peopleTin Maung Aye
Websitehttp://www.fmiair.com

FMI Air was[1] a scheduled airline based in Yangon, Myanmar.

History[edit]

FMI Air Charter was established on 9 September 2012[2] operating charter flights from Yangon Airport to Nay Pyi Taw. The airline was renamed in 2015 and launched services as FMI Air in May 2015.[2] FMI Air operated daily flights (17 x week ) between the commercial hub, Yangon International Airport and Naypyidaw International Airport. In addition to scheduled flights FMI Air offered Charter flight services to over 20 airports within Myanmar.[3]

The airline ceased operations in August 2018 after struggling to find a business partner.[1]

Services[edit]

FMI Air was a schedule service airline offering a Premium Service to both the growing corporate and leisure sectors which include complimentary access to lounges and concierge services. FMI Air has its own APP ( FMI AIR ) to assist international travellers. FMI Air provided scheduled air services to Myanmar's Capital Nay Pyi Taw, Bagan, Heho, Mandalay, Sittwe, Thandwe, Kawthaung, Myitkyina. FMI Air was Myanmar's #3 airline in terms of fleet size with plans to grow its domestic network in 2017/18 as well operate internationally. FMI Air has recently been rated as Myanmar's Preferred choice LEISURE AIRLINE because of its network customer experience.

Destinations[edit]

FMI Air operated schedule flights from YANGON to the below destinations.[4]

Fleet[edit]

Current Fleet[edit]

The FMI Air fleet consisted of the following aircraft (as of August 2018):[5]

FMI Air Fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Notes
ATR 72-600 2
Bombardier CRJ200LR 1
Total 3

Former Fleet[edit]

FMI Air Charter used the following aircraft (as of October 2015):[6]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c aerotelegraph.com - Airlines dying in Burma 9 August 2018
  2. ^ a b "FMI Air Charter & FMI Air". airlinehistory.co.uk. Retrieved 19 September 2017.
  3. ^ http://fmiaircharter.com/about-us/
  4. ^ http://www.fmiair.com/flight-schedule/
  5. ^ "Global Airline Guide 2018 (Part One)". Airliner World (October 2018): 21.
  6. ^ http://fmiaircharter.com/category/aircraft-fleet/