Unfortunately, FMI Air stopped flying in August 2018. Please click on the logos below to find out more about airlines that fly similar routes to FMI Air:
FMI Air was a scheduled airline based at Yangon International Airport in Yangon, Myanmar. FMI Air operated 72 domestic flights a week to Myanmar's Capital Nay Pyi Taw, Bagan, Heho, Mandalay, Sittwe, Thandwe, Kawthaung, Myitkyina. FMI Air offered a Premium Service to both the growing corporate and leisure sectors which include complimentary access to lounges and concierge services. FMI Air had its own mobile app (FMI AIR) to assist international travellers. FMI Air commenced business in September 2012 as a charter operation under the banner of FMI Air Charter, operating about 19 flights a week chartering turboprop aircraft from other local carriers to provide a service between the commercial hub, Yangon and the capital city Nay Pyi Taw.
After successfully building this market, late in 2013 FMI Air Charter decided to apply for an AOC to begin operating its own aircraft. In March 2015, FMI Air officially launched its own operations with a scheduled service featuring an all-jet fleet of CRJ 200 aircraft, expanding its network beyond the original Yangon to Nay Pyi Taw route. FMI Air operated daily flights (17 x weekly) between the commercial hub, Yangon International Airport and Naypyidaw International Airport and also offered Charter flight services to over 20 airports around Myanmar. Unfortunately, FMI Air ceased all operations in August 2018 and is no longer flying. Please see below for airlines that fly similar routes.
The FMI Air fleet included two ATR 42/72 and three Bombardier CRJ-100 aircraft.
FMI Air passengers were permitted one piece of hand baggage with dimensions no greater than 55cm x 35cm x 25cm per person.
FMI Air allowed two pieces of checked baggage up to 20kg total weight per ticketed audit or child passenger at no charge. If the two bags combined weight exceeds 20 kg, a charge of $3 per kg will be charged. Any additional bags are charged at a flat rate of USD 3 per kg. Infants have no baggage allowance. A fully collapsible stroller or pushchair and carry-cot or car seat may be checked in without charge. Bags over 32 kg will not be accepted.
Before FMI Air ceased operations, they flew to the following destinations from its base in Tangon
Nay Pyi Taw International Airport
Mandalay International Airport
Heho Airport (Inle Lake)
Nyaung U Airport (Bagan)
Thandwe Airport (Ngpali Beach)
Economy Class was the only cabin class that the airline offered.
Economy Class passengers could enjoy a range of food and drink, available to order from the airline's in-flight menu.
Seats were set out in a 2 x 2 formation and gave passengers a spacious and comfortable flying experience.
The FMI Air Loyalty Program awards redeemable points to our customers based on the number of flights they book with FMI Air. Every dollar spent is worth 10 points. After signing up for the membership, accumulate points by buying tickets. Customers qualify for varying levels of membership that offer exclusive perks and benefits. Customers also have exclusive access to flash promotions announced via our website, social media and newsletters, as well as sponsored deals from our partners. There are two membership levels, Gold Club and Platinum Club.
Yangon International Airport is the main airport serving Myanmar. It is located 15km from the centre of Yangon. It normally welcomes around five million passengers a year. This airport also serves as a hub for Air KBZ, Air Mandalay, Asian Wings Airways, Air Thanlwin and Myanmar Airways International.
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