There are four major domestic airlines in Myanmar, Myanma Airways, Air Bagan, Yangon Airways and Air Mandalay. Each airline operates different flight schedules depending on different seasons.
Here are a few domestic flights and their schedules
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Air Mandalay is a schedule airline, based in Yangon . It operates flights to all major tourist destinations within Myanmar including Bagan, Mandalay , Heho and Ngapali Beach . Air Mandalay has schedule flights from Yangon to Chiang Mai. As an established domestic air line in Myanmar , Air Mandalay offers easy online reservations. Air Mandalay Limited, the first regional joint venture airline in Myanmar, was formed on October 6, 1994. The shareholders are the national carrier Myanma Airways, Air Mandalay Holdings Pte Ltd of Singapore and Premier Airlines Pte Ltd of Malaysia. We currently fly to all major destinations in Myanmar and to Chiang Mai in Thailand.
Myanma Airways is the national airline of Myanmar, based in Yangon. It operates scheduled services to all major domestic destinations. Its main base is Yangon International Airport.
The airline was founded by the government after independence in 1948 as Union of Burma Airways. It initially operated domestic services and international services were added in 1950. The name was changed to Burma Airways in December 1972, and to Myanma Airways on 1 April 1989 following the renaming of the country from Burma to Myanmar. International services were transferred to Myanmar Airways International, set up in 1993.