Myanmar Airways International (MAI) is considering plans to introduce new technology to support its planned expansion.
The new systems being considered are designed to improve efficiencies in areas including passenger and baggage management, airport operations, aircraft communications and communications. According to MAI, these could be rolled out over the next three years.
MAI and SITA are currently celebrating the 10th anniversary of their partnership.
“After 10 successful years of cooperation with MAI, SITA is delighted to build on this firm foundation as the airline looks to major international expansion. I’m confident that SITA’s advanced IT solutions will contribute significantly to widespread efficiency improvements and help MAI become one of the Asia’s leading carriers over the next decade,” said Ilya Gutlin, SITA’s President for Asia Pacific.
Si Thu, Managing Director of MAI added; “MAI is about to embark on a major route expansion across the region and it is critical that this is supported by the most efficient IT systems in order that we meet our passenger and operational expectations. With its unbeatable industry expertise and record of demonstrated reliability in Myanmar over the past 10 years, SITA is clearly the technology partner of choice for MAI.”