We thank all passengers who have always supported Air Bagan throughout the eight years of our airline’s operation.
Additionally, I’d like to thank all employees of Air Bagan, Management and staff at Htoo Group of Companies, Travel Agencies, Local Authorities and Residents who wholeheartedly assisted and extended their support to Air Bagan with goodwill on handling the Crisis Management during the unfortunate mishap which took place on Christmas Day of 2012 at Heho.
Air Bagan started adopting the Safety Management System (SMS) recommended by ICAO as early as 2006. This recommended SMS was declared MANDATORY for all Myanmar AOC holders by Myanmar Department of Civil Aviation on 01/07/2010.
Adopting and practising SMS will not stop mistakes. However, it will recognize that human error is inevitable and attempts to put defenses in place for these inevitable errors before they occur. Where the SMS does not prevent an incident or accident, the SMS will capture the lessons learnt from that event and improve itself. Air Bagan will further enhance the safety standards through training standard and better training programmes.
In conjunction with adopting safety enhancement capability, Air Bagan, since March 2012 had started using e-ticketing system and it is the first domestic airline in Myanmar to use Computerised Reservation System. Furthermore, we are currently in the process of opening up Distribution Channels enabling Online Bookings via internet with Global Distribution System and Amadeus System for Air Bagan’s domestic route network. We expect to introduce this service shortly.
Besides offering unrivalled air transport services to our passengers,
Air Bagan also provide social services in the form of charities and
donations during natural disasters, to orphanages, and other social and
health care requirements in conjunction with Htoo Foundation.
I would again like to express my sincere thanks on behalf of Air Bagan to all our passengers and travel agents who always have maintained their support over our 8 years of operation and still continuing.
Air Bagan, the very first private airline in Myanmar 100% owned by Myanmar national, was established in 2004.
At present, Air Bagan is operating 19 domestic destinations and a regional charter flight to Chiang Mai with (One) ATR-42, (Three) ATR-72
Our logo, the LOTUS in Myanmar culture symbolizes purity, and the promise of man to aim for the highest within himself. This logo, which will be a focal point of our Corporate Identity, communicates a synthesis of bold, modern entrepreneurial principles, our aim to be the best combined with Myanmar culture, which we believe will be a symbol of achievement for a new era.
To become one of the best airlines in Asia with Myanmar Identity.
To contribute towards the development of the Tourism and Air Transport Industry in Myanmar, offering high quality Customer Service on every flight we operate, as well as produce a fair return on investments.
Our current fleet consists of (Three) ATR-72,(One) ATR-42 turbo-prop aircraft.
Air Bagan pilots who have accumulated thousands of flight hours flying all over Myanmar and various parts of the world, adept and experience with all types of terrain and weather conditions.
Reputed to being a leading innovator of Myanmar’s Airline industry, we ensure to deliver safe, comfortable, efficient and reliable air transportation service to all our customers. It is our pledge to contribute the highest safety standards and quality of In-flight and on-ground service to every customer making sure that they are complete satisfied with our Safe flight, Better Service.
During our remarkable journey of ten years, we have achieved many milestones including:
Although the airline in under sanctioned list from the West, Sky Trax has recommended as Three Star Airline due to best services proving airline in Myanmar as chosen by customers.
Air Bagan is currently operating average of 25 sectors daily serving 20 major domestic destinations from Yangon and 5 minor domestic destinations from MDL as well as twice a week regional service to Chiang Mai, Thailand.