MAI, ATOM sign MoU

Myanmar Airways International (MAI) and ATOM signed MoU on offering a better experience for the public and innovation of technologies on 12 July at IBC Hall.
At the ceremony, the CEO of ATOM appreciated the cooperation with MAI saying that the customers can achieve the best services and it also intends to offer networking for business travellers, beyond better digitalization and roaming services.
The partnership will be a win-win situation for the two sides and customers. By working together in sector-wise programmes, it can make ways in seeking opportunities and business partnerships for co-branding.
“I am so excited that we can pave new pathways with innovations and other services that will make the best shape of the future of travelling and business operations. From this partnership, it will bring mutual benefit to the communication and aviation transport sectors and it will be also a win-win situation,” said the Chief Commercial Officer of MAI.
The MAI is a leading airlines possessing 48 per cent of the local market together with Air KBZ. Currently, it is operating 34 local destinations and flying to Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, China, India, the UAE, Cambodia, Viet Nam and South Korea. — TWA/KTZH

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