Getting to BurmaHow to get to Burma
The Yangon Internacional Airport (sometimes also called Yangon Mingaladon Airport) is the main entrance point for most passengers, although Mandalay Internacional Airport has more and more links. Nay Pyi Taw, the capitol, also provides some foreign air services and from February 2018 Myeik will offer a Bangkok-online. Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Doha and Dubai are the turnstiles most European, North American and Australian passengers travel through to Myanmar.
There are many large multinational carriers to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport, and Bangkok Don Mueang airport and Yangon airport connections are regular, quick and inexpensive (if your flight means you have to transfer to Bangkok airport, it is one hours by free shuttles or taxi).
Bangkok-Yangon flights take about one hours and usually range from $100 to $150 (depending on season and booking) with low fare carriers Air Asia or Nok Air. Further Optionen sind Myanmar National Airways, Myanmar Airways International (MAI), Bangkok Airways et Thai Airways International.
Other large provincial airfields offering frequent air services to Yangon are: To many other Asia Pacific cities such as Vietnam, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Cambodia, India, Bangladesh and other cities in China and Thailand - see the full listing of Yangon Airport's scheduled services.
Information about Yangon Airports terminal, local services and how to get to Yangon from the Aiport. More and more Mandalay Int'lairports are operated by more and more foreigners. ASIA flies to Bangkok Don Mueang every day, while Thai Smile, Bangkok Airways and Myanmar Airways Int. flies to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi.
Further Mandalay-directflights available are: Information on national routes and how to get to Mandalay from the Mandalay airports can be found under How to get to Mandalay. Myanmar's capitol, Nay Pyi Taw, has few foreign phone lines. Information about local services and how to get to Nay Pyi Taw from the Nay Pyi Taw airfield can be found at Nay Pyi Taw.
Myeik, one of the most southern towns in Myanmar, has a unique link to the world.