Mandalay Limited, the first regional joint
venture airline in Myanmar, was formed on
October 6, 1994. The shareholders are the
national carrier Myanmar 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.
Mandalay's logo depicts the mythological
Royal Hintha Bird which symbolizes loyalty,
respect for traditional values, stability,
good luck and prosperity. The color represents
the numerous golden pagodas found throughout
Myanmar-The Golden Land. Burgundy signifies
the color of the robes worn by Buddhist
monks in Myanmar, thus standing for religious
Air Mandalay’s modern fleet currently
comprises of two ATR-72-212s and one ATR
42-320 built by Aerospatiale of France and
Alenia of Italy and powered by Canadian
built Pratt & Whitney engines.
The aircraft are maintained to European
JAR 145 Standard at our maintenance facility
in Yangon which has European Aviation Safety
Agency (EASA) part 145 approvals.
All aircraft in Air Mandalay's Fleet
and the maintenance facility are inspected
twice a year by the Direction General de
I'Aviation Civil (DGAC) France.
Our Staff &
and training of our cabin crew is aimed
at providing high levels of service consistent
with Myanmar's gentle traditions.
We employ both local and foreign pilots
who are trained at Avions de Transport Regional's
(ATR) training facilities.
The Aircraft Maintenance Engineers are
trained at both ATR and Pratt & Whitney's
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