The state-owned Myanmar domestic carrier Myanma Airways has ordered two new Embraer 190. The first is scheduled to be delivered in November. The planes shall replace the three Fokker F-28 in the fleet. The Fokker air planes are around 30 years old. The airline also eyed the CRJ900, but decided to order the E-190 in the end.
The fleet of Myanma consists of some ATR-42/72, two Beechcraft 1900, Xian MA-60 and Fokker F-28. Additional to the Embraer Jets, the airline has two COMAC ARJ21-700 on order.