14 days VISA FREE for Myanmar and Thai nationality effective from 11 Aug 2015.
Air Bagan has participated in Thailand Travel Mart Plus 2015 (TTM+2015) on Jun 3 to Jun 5, 2015 at Bangkok, Thailand.
Air Bagan has participated in Asean Tourism Forum 2015 on Jan 22 to Jan 29, 2015 at MICC-1 & MICC-2, Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar.
Air Bagan held its Customer Appreciation Party on 8th December 2014, at Le Meridien Hotel in Chiang Mai.
Please be informed that effective 01 Nov Sales, Myanmar DCA will levy API ( Advance Passengers Information) Charges to all international passengers who start travelling from 01 Dec 2014 for inbound, outbound, transfer and transit at International Airport of Myanmar with Tax code C7 and the amount will be USD3.25 for one way.
Under the leadership of Htoo Foundation patron U Tay Za, the Foundation provided a pilgrimage and excursion trip to Shwedagon Stupa and Yangon zoo garden for sixty eight primary students from Shwe Nyein San monastery education school, eastern Dagon townships on September 9, 2014.
Htoo Foundation’s staff providing this trip, excursion group which consisted students, care takers and teacher ascended from western stairway of Shwe Ti Gone Stupa and paid homage to Lord Buddha with flowers.
Effective 26 JUL 2014 Air Bagan Ticketing Office at Sakura Tower will be moved to Air Bagan Head Office as per the following address,AIR BAGAN LTD.
With the aim of saving the environment. Air Bagan and Htoo Foundation have participated in the tree planting event on 6th July 2014 at Hlawgar Watershed Area commencing from 10:00am onwards. At this event, Chairman of Air Bagan U Htoo Thet Htwe, and other responsible persons together with about 150staff of Air Bagan and Htoo Foundation have planted 1080 trees such as Peacock Flower, Mahogany, and Teak Tree etc. Which give shades at the rate of 54o trees on 2 acnes. Similarly, Air Bagan in collaboration with Htoo Foundation will continue to participate in the future social and humanitarian assistance in the needy areas.
The Myanmar Women’s Affairs Federation (MWAF) was formed December 20, 2003. Its mission is to promote the welfare and advancement of women with the aim to enable them to participate fully in its national development. It is a voluntary non-governmental organization for the advancement of all women, regardless of national race or religion. The Myanmar Women's Affairs Federation has the following objectives: To enhance the role of women in the reconstruction of a peaceful, modern and developed nation. To protect the rights of women. To ensure better economy, health, education and general welfare of women and to take measures for their life security. To instill and foster in women a greater appreciation of their cultural heritage, traditions and customs. To systematically protect women from violence and provide means for rehabilitation where necessary. To diminish and finally eliminate trafficking in women and children as a national task. To collaborate with international as well as local organizations, in ensuring the rights of women in accordance with the local traditions and customs. Air Bagan proudly supports to Myanmar Women's Affairs Federation ( MWAF)
On 13th February, Air Bagan contributed the cost of three pots of sticky rice and uniforms for three teams on the occasion of the competition for Traditional Food (Harvest Celebration Sticky Rice) which held at Shwedagon Pagoda. In the next early morning , Air Bagan Family donated provision for monk such as Htamane ( a special sticky rice made with sesame seeds, peanuts and ginger) and other appropriate gifts at the Full Moon Day of Tobodwe.