Two new carriers plan to launch operations in Myanmar using turboprop aircraft. The hope is that now that the country has had elections, its first in 20 years, Myanmar will open to the world and attract more foreign tourists. The two would-be carriers expecting to capitalize on this potential growth are Air Kanbawza and Asian Wings Airways. Both have yet to launch operations and are trying to secure ATR 72-500s, say industry executives. Air Kanbawza has bought one ATR 72-500 so far, ...
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