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 development of 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 (1) Fokker 100 ,(2) ATR 72,(2) ATR 42 turbo-prop aircraft.
Air Bagan employs a mix of local and foreign 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.
Air Bagan is intent on making both cabin and ground services, customer oriented. It is our pledge to provide safe, affordable, reliable, courteous and efficient air transportation service on every flight we operate. We are confident that our flight attendants and ground service personnel will be able to make you comfortable, and ensure that you are completely satisfied with “Safe Flight. Better Services” of Air Bagan.
During our remarkable journey of eight years, we have achieved many milestones including:
•First domestic airline to offer Frequent Flyer program
•First domestic airline to use online reservation, E-ticketing and departure control system
•First domestic airline to implement code share operation with other domestic airlines
•First domestic airline to provide business class service and lounge facilities, etc.
• First domestic airline to be evaluated in world wide airline rating, earning 3 star category.
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.