Myanmar Airways International appoints Anjuna as its exclusive representative in Australia
Myanmar Airways International (8M/599), the national carrier of Myanmar based in Yangon, has appointed ANJUNA a global airline services company, as the exclusive general sales agent (GSA) representative in Australia. Anjuna is a leader in providing digital data analytics and airline sales and marketing solutions to airlines around the world and its partnership with Myanmar Airways International will expand the opportunities of Myanmar Airways to the Australian market.
We are delighted to lead Myanmar Airways International initiative to grow its footprint in the
Australian aviation market,” said Jayne Davey, Managing Director, Anjuna Australia & New Zealand. “Our partnership will expand Myanmar Airways International network, provide an enhanced customer experience for all passenger classes, and deepen Myanmar Airways International’s (8M/599) presence to the Australian consumer via our trade partners”.
This exclusive agreement with Anjuna will promote the network of Myanmar Airways International flights with new fares and an enhanced service to key destinations via their home gateway of Yangon. Myanmar Airways International can offer convenient and cost-effective routing options from their home port and throughout the region and beyond.
Anjuna represents airlines in six global markets providing sales and marketing solutions. The company brings experienced aviation and travel industry experts together in addition to data scientists, software developers, and digital marketing specialists. With this broad range of capabilities, Anjuna serves todays traditional airline sales and marketing needs in addition to providing a competitive advantage through integrating and leveraging digital technology and analysis of big data to drive incremental growth. Anjuna maintains offices in Australia, Singapore, Auckland, Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Zurich.
Myanmar International Airways is based in Yangon, Myanmar