Amadeus Partners Air Bagan

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 30 May 2013

Amadeus has signed a contract with Air Bagan, one of Myanmars leading airlines.

Through this agreement, travel agents worldwide will have access to Air Bagans fares, inventory and schedules via the Amadeus system to support strong demand for travel to, and around, Myanmar, one of the worlds most exciting and fastest growing travel destinations.

Air Bagan has operating bases in Yangon International Airport and Mandalay International Airport. The airline was established in June 2004 and currently offers domestic flights to 19 destinations as well as international flights to Chiang Mai, Thailand. Air Bagan carries approximately 400,000 passengers every year.

We are very proud to partner with the worlds leading travel technology provider. As an entrepreneurial airline with a vision to become one of the best airlines in Asia, technology is crucial to our growth strategy, as well as supporting tourism and opportunities for travel providers in Myanmar, said Sao Thanda Noi, Deputy Managing Director, Air Bagan. The agreement will allow us to broaden our reach via Amadeus extensive global network of travel agents who will now have immediate and complete access to our content to provide comprehensive travel options to their customers.

David Brett, President, Amadeus Asia Pacific said, Amadeus is fully committed to supporting Air Bagans growth and to help develop the travel and tourism industry in Myanmar. The airlines move towards GDS distribution, which gives them unparalleled access to travel agents globally, demonstrates the airlines commitment to facilitating travel in this tourist hotspot. 

Air Bagan is the first domestic airline to use online reservation, E-ticketing and departure control systems in Myanmar. The airline also extended their service with the Frequent Flyer Programme called Royal Lotus Plus since Oct 2006.

Amadeus, Air Bagan, Myanmar

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