Myanmar domestic carrier Air Bagan has stopped operations following the off-runway excursion of one of its two ATR 72-500 aircraft at Yangon Airport last month. The carrier suspended all flight operations from Aug. 16, but has said it will be adding more aircraft to its fleet to help it resume operations. “Air Bagan is currently planning to add more fleet in time for October,” said Air Bagan MD Htoo Thet Htwe. A ...

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