Direct International And Domestic Flights To Yangon

Yangon is the largest city and one of four tourist highlights in Myanmar. A lot of international travelers consider Yangon as the gateway to enter the Golden Temple Country and the transit city to other tourist attractions of Myanmar. There are about 30 international airports and 20 domestic ones operating flights to the Yangon International Airport. Here is the list of direct International and domestic fights to Yangon. It’s very useful if you are planning for a Myanmar tour.

International flights to Yangon (Airline names are italicized)

ANA (All Nippon Airways): Tokyo Narita
Air Asia: Bangkok-Don Mueang, Kuala Lumpur
Air Bagan: Chiang Mai
Air China: Beijing, Kunming
Air India: Kolkata (Calcutta)
Bangkok Airways: Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Chiang Mai
Biman Bangladesh Airlines: Dhaka
China Airlines (Taiwan): Taipei-Taoyuan
China Eastern Airlines: Kunming, Nanning
Emirates: Dubai, Hanoi
Dragonair: Hong Kong
Himalaya Airlines (Nepal): Kathmandu
Hong Kong Express: Hong Kong
Jetstar Asia: Singapore
Korean Air: Seoul-Incheon
Malaysia Airlines: Kuala Lumpur
Myanmar Airways International (MAI): Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Guangzhou (China), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Phnom Penh (Cambodia), Seoul-Incheon (Korea), Siem Reap (Cambodia), Singapore, Gaya (India)
Myanmar National Airlines: Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Hong Kong, Singapore
Nok Air: Bangkok-Don Mueang, Mae Sot
Novoair: Dhaka
Qatar Airways: Doha
SilkAir: Singapore
Thai Airways International: Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi
Tiger Air: Singapore
VietJet: Ho Chi Minh City
Vietnam Airlines: Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City

Domestic flights to Yangon for your Myanmar travel

Air Bagan: Bagan, Dawei, Heho, Kawthaung, Kalaymyo, Kyaing Tong, Lashio, Myeik, Mandalay, Myitkyina, Naypyidaw, Pathein, Putao, Sittwe, Tachilek, Thandwe
Air KBZ: Bagan, Dawei, Heho, Kalaymyo, Kawthaung, Kyaing Tong, Lashio, Mandalay, Myitkyina, Naypyidaw, Sittwe, Thandwe
Air Mandalay: Bagan, Heho, Mandalay, Myitkyina, Sittwe, Tachilek
Asian Wings Airways: Bagan, Dawei, Heho, Kawthaung, Kyaing Tong, Mandalay, Myeik, Tachilek
APEX Airlines: Dawei, Kawthaung, Myeik, Naypidaw
FMI Air: Bagan, Heho, Kyaukphyu, Mandalay, Naypyidaw, Sittwe
Golden Myanmar Airlines: Bagan, Heho, Mandalay, Naypyidaw, Thandwe
Mann Yatanarpon Airlines: Mandalay, Bagan, Heho, Thandwe, Kengtung, Tachilek, Myitkyina
Myanmar Airways International: Mandalay
Myanmar National Airlines: Dawei, Heho, Kawthaung, Kyaukphyu, Khamti, Kyaing Tong, Loikaw, Lashio, Mandalay, Mawlamyaing, Myeik, Myitkyina, Naypyidaw, Nyaung U, Pathein, Putao, Sittwe, Tachilek, Thandwe
Yangon Airways: Bagan, Dawei, Heho, Kyaing Tong, Mandalay, Myeik, Myitkyina, Naypyidaw, Tachilek

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Flights Yangon to Bagan

The ancient city of Bagan, the home to more than 2,200 Buddhist temples, pagodas, and stupas, is the most important tourist destination in Myanmar. Therefore, the route between Yangon and Bagan is particularly significant in the itinerary of almost all of Myanmar tours. Tourists can travel from Yangon to Bagan by road, railway and air, among of which flights Yangon to Bagan are considered the easiest and quickest way. A direct flight takes bout 1h10 and non-direct one (via Heho Airport or Mandalay International Airport) takes about 1h50. Ticket price is around $95-155. The Bagan terminal is the Nyaung U Airport, 7 km from New Bagan.
The Yangon International Airport is located in Mingaladon, 15 kilometers (9.3 mi) north of downtown Yangon, taking about 30 minutes to reach by car. The terminal 1 and 2 are for international flights and the terminal 3 is for domestic ones. Keep in your mind the list of flights to Yangon to choose the suitable airline and flight when you intend to travel to Yangon in your Burma tours.


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