Creep behavior of an advanced magnesium alloy AX41 (4 wt.% Al, 1 wt.% Ca, Mg balanced) was investigated in temperature interval from 343 to 673 K and stresses from 2 to 200 MPa. Compressive creep experiments with stepwise loading were used in order to obtain stress dependence of the creep rate in interval from 10−9 to 10−3 s−1 for a given temperature. All stress dependences can be well described by the Garofalo sinh relationship with natural exponent n = 5. An analysis of the parameters of this relationship has shown that lattice diffusion controls creep at all experimental conditions. While climb-controlled creep mechanism is decisive at lower stresses and higher temperatures, glide-controlled mechanisms act at higher stresses and lower temperatures. A typical power-law breakdown is observed at intermediate stresses and temperatures.