Myanmar's domestic airline, FMI Air, plans to resume operations following the recent announcement of a temporary suspension of all services.

FMI Air chairman U Thein Wai plans to implement a thorough restructuring in light of the changing aviation market in Myanmar, although no resumption date was set as it will be subject to market conditions.

FMI Air was established in 2012.

Myanmar's two other domestic airlines, Air Bagan and Apex, also stopped operations earlier in July 2018, due to shortage of aircraft and financial losses.

Both airlines may reapply for their Air Operator's Certificates if they have the minimum number of required aircraft.