White paper for the creation of a PDM Implementor Forum

| July 20, 2016

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The objective of this white paper is to prove that the PDM Implementor Forum is both feasible and required to develop better communication between heterogeneous PDM systems.

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Myanmar National Airlines

Myanmar National Airlines is the national flag carrier of Myanmar and has the most extensive route network within our country. Our airline has been in existence for over 65 years and we are one of the oldest and most experienced airlines in Asia. Major change is underway as we launched our new domestic service in 2014 with fixed schedules, state of the art Reservations and Airport Systems, a brand new Premium Economy on our Embraer 190 aircraft and upgraded food and inflight service throughout our fleet.

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Myanmar National Airlines is the national flag carrier of Myanmar and has the most extensive route network within our country. Our airline has been in existence for over 65 years and we are one of the oldest and most experienced airlines in Asia. Major change is underway as we launched our new domestic service in 2014 with fixed schedules, state of the art Reservations and Airport Systems, a brand new Premium Economy on our Embraer 190 aircraft and upgraded food and inflight service throughout our fleet.

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