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Golden Myanmar Airlines is a flag carrier of Myanmar, officially the Republic of the Union of Myanmar and also known as Burma, which is a country in Southeast Asia.

The airline operates domestic routes only with a fleet of three ATR 72. The airline has its hub at Mandalay International Airport, which is also the hub for airlines such as Air Bagan and Myanmar Airways. The airport operates flights to exciting destinations in Myanmar. If you're travelling to Myanmar, find out more about the food on offer in our blog post on the best pancakes around the world.

Baggage Policy

Golden Myanmar Airlines has a different baggage policy for carry-on and checked baggage policy.

Carry-on Baggage

Dimensions of the carry-on baggage cannot exceed 55 x 33 x25.

Checked Baggage

Passengers receive 20kg of free baggage allowance on all their domestic flights.

Cabin Classes

Economy Class it the airline's only cabin class.

Economy Class Facilities

Passengers are taken care of by the airline's professionally trained flight attendants, who are happy to help with anything during the flight.

Passengers are given a complimentary pastry, dessert and cup of water. On top of this, passengers can also choose from either tea, coffee or cola as a complimentary refreshment.

There is the airline's inflight magazine provided onboard.

What are Economy Class Seats Like?

The Economy Class cabin seats are set out in a 2 x 2 configuration, with each seat giving a generous amount of pitch and width.

Food and Drink

There are free meals served onboard the aircraft. Drinks include cola, coffee and tea.

Airline Alliance

The airline is not part of any airline alliance.

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Destinations that Golden Myanmar Airlines flies to

Golden Myanmar Airlines flies to multiple domestic destinations with Myanmar.

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Hub Airport

Mandalay International Airport

Mandalay International Airport, 35 km outside the town of Mandalay in Tada-U is one of three international airports in Myanmar. Completed in 1999, the airport was the largest and most modern airport in the country until the modernisation of Yangon Airport in 2008. The airport connects 11 domestic and four international destinations, complete with a 4,267 meter runway which is the longest runway in use in Southeast Asia and capacity to handle up to 3 million passengers a year. It services airlines from all over Asia.

Domestic airlines that fly to the airport include Asian Wings Airlines.

International airlines that fly to the airport include Thai Smile AirwaysSilkAirBangkok Airways, and China Eastern Airlines.


3 x ATR 72-600

Golden Myanmar Airlines News

28th May 2018

Myanmar domestic aviation: big growth potential but too many airlines

Myanmar’s domestic aviation market has grown by 150% this decade and has huge potential. But the market continues to suffer from overcapacity and a lack of profitability. There are currently nine airlines competing in a domestic market consisting of less than 3 million passengers. One competitor suspended operations in late 2017 and more consolidation seems inevitable.

One of the remaining nine domestic airlines is for sale, and another is looking at selling a stake to AirAsia. However, Myanmar’s airline owners generally remain reluctant to exit and are content to funnel profits from other businesses to cover losses at their airlines. A shake-up is long overdue but still unlikely. The domestic market is still not able to support the LCC model.