Myanmar National Airlines (MNA) has acquired new, state-of-the-art Boeing 737-800s, flying to international destinations.
The airline has acquired 10 new Boeing aircrafts specifically for their international routes to showcase the airline’s popular new brand identity.
Currently, the new Boeing aircrafts are flying to Bangkok, Hong Kong, Singapore and Bodh Gaya and ATR aircraft to Chiang Mai province of Thailand.
The new Boeing 737-800s can host 164 seats in total– 8 in business, 24 in premium economy, and 132 in economy.
“The new Boeing 737-800s will offer extra comfort with wider leg rest and in-seat power outlet. Moreover, we also offer Mingalapar Service, which is Arrivals & Departure Escort Service at Yangon International Airport and Fast Track Immigration Limousine Service,” said Aung Aung Oo, Brand and PR Manager.
At present, MNA flies to 28 destinations throughout Myanmar and 5 International destinations.
MNA made history in 2014 as the country’s first government operation to corporatize and subsequently undergo major operational upgrades to meet the latest international standards for safety, security, and service.
In June 2015, MNA has begun upgrading its fleets as part of a multi-million dollar strategy. It aims to reinvigorate its brand and signal the re-emergence of Myanmar as a competitive member of the global aviation market.