To Myanmar By Flight
Yangon International Airport (sometimes call Yangon Mingaladon Airport) is the primary entry point for most travellers, although Mandalay International Airport offers an increasing number of connections. The capital, Naypyidaw, also offers some direct international flights.
Yangon has a growing number of long-haul direct international flights. Below is the list of direct international flights for Yangon.
|ANA(All Nippon Airways)||Tokyo Narita|
|Air Asia||Bangkok-Don Mueang, Kuala Lumpur|
|Air Bagan||Chaing Mai|
|Air China||Beijing, Kunming|
|Biman Bangladesh Airlines||Dhaka|
|China Airlines (Taiwan)||Taipei-Taoyuan|
|China Eastern Airlines||Kunming, Nanning|
|China Southern Airines||Guanzhou|
|Golden Myanmar Airlines||Singapore|
|Malaysia Airlines||Kuala Lumpur|
|Myanmar Airways International (MAI)||Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Guangzhou (China), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Singapore, Gaya (India)|
|Nok Air||Bangkok-Don Mueang, Mae Sot|
|Thai Airways International||Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi|
|Vietnam Airlines||Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City|
Myanmar Airways Internation (MAI) : Tokyo, Seoul, Hong Kong, Phnom Penh and Siem Reap were mentioned as cities that MAI currently fly to on the present route map on their website, there are no flights flying so far (as of August 2014) to those cities.
Most travellers from Europe, the US and Australia use Bangkok as transit hub to get to Myanmar. Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport is served by most major international airlines, and flights from there and from Bangkok Don Mueang Airport to Yangon are frequent, fast and cheap. If your flights mean you need to change airports in Bangkok, the journey between the two is about one hour by taxi. The Bangkok to Yangon flight time is about 50 minutes and will typically cost between $100 and $150 return (depending on time of year and when you book) with the budget airlines Air Asia or Nok Air. Other options include Myanmar Airways International (MAI), Bangkok Airways and Thai Airways International. The other major regional hubs that have regular direct flights to Yangon are Singapore (with Jetstar,Golden Myanmar, Tiger Air or Silk Air), Hong Kong (with Dragonair), Kuala Lumpur (with Air Asia or Malaysia Airlines) and Doha (with Qatar Airways). Many other countries in Asia and the Middle East, including China, Cambodia, Vietnam, India, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Bangladesh and other destinations in Thailand also have direct flights to Yangon.
Mandalay International Airport is also served by an increasing number of direct international flights. Below is the list of international flights for Mandalay.
|Air Asia||Bangkok-Don Mueang|
|Bangkok Airways||Bangkok Suvarnabhumi|
|China Eastern Airlines||Kunming||Twice Weekly|
|Asian Wings||Chiang Mai||Twice Weekly|
|Myanmar Airways International||Gaya||Three times weekly|
|Silk Air||Singapore||Three times weekly. Some flights via Yangon|
Daily flights operate between Myanmar’s capital city, Naypyidaw and Bangkok Don Mueang with Air Asia.A three-times weekly Bangkok Suvarnabhumi service is operated by Bangkok Airways.
New Gen Airways operates a twice-weekly service between Bangkok Don Mueang and the town of Myeik in the far south of Myanmar. It is run by Union Express Charter, a joint venture of Myanmar Union Express Aviation and Myeik Public Corporation. Flight operates since May 8 2014, every Tuesday and Friday. Roundtrip ticket could cost around USD 140.Reference
- Above rates are only for foreigners who are travelling to Myanmar.
- Mentioned information are subject to any changes made by any airlines and LITS.
- Please contact LITS for sectors that are served by mentioned airlines but weren't mentioned on our website.
- E tickets will be issued for Asian Wings Airways, Air KBZ, Man Yadanabon Airways.
- Only manual tickets are available for Yangon Airways and Air Mandalay which will only be delivered by LITS upon guests' arrival to Yangon.
- Child Fare is applicable for 2 - 12 year old passengers.
- Adult fare is applicable to all passengers above 12.
- Please contact LITS for infant fare and sectors.
- All fare mentioned above are inclusive of Airport Tax chargable by the Airports.
- Only 50 - 65 % of the total fare cost will be refunded and the process of refunding by the airline itself takes 3 months.
- Refunding amount and processing time varies from airline to airline as well as case to case.
- LITS is not liable for any delay of refund from the airlines.
- For refund for manual tickets, LITS would need to collect back the actual ticket to be able to refund back the airfare cost.