Taunggyi AirportTunggyi Airport
Hhoo Airport (Burmese: ??????????????; (IATA: HEH, ICAO: VYHH)) is an airport that serves Heho, a city in Kalaw Township, Taunggyi District, Shan State, Myanmar. This is the major airport that serves Lake Inle and Taunggyi, the former major travel destination in Myanmar. It was an airfield for both the Allies and the Japanese during the Second World War.
Fliegerhorst was severely bombarded by the Allies. It is located at an altitude of 1,176 metres above sealevel. The airport has a take-off and landing strip with an area of 8,500 x 100 ft (2,591 x 30 m) The airport originally had a take-off and landing strip length of 5500 ft.
Arrival to Taunggyi
The flight reaches Heho Airport, 40 km from Taunggyi. From Heho to Taunggyi it will take about 45 min by cab and will cost about 30,000 K; you can safe your travel expenses if you book your cab through your hotels in advanced. Less expensive possibilities are pick-up lorries or busses, but these are far less comfortable - and must be collected from the city of Heho, which is three kilometers southeast of the airport.
At the airport there are money exchanges and Visa and Mastercard ATMs, although they are not always open or in operation.
Next airport to Taunggyi, Myanmar
Taunggyi's nearest airport, Myanmar, is Heho Airport (HEH / VYHHH). The airport is located in Heho, Myanmar, 39 km from the centre of Taunggyi, Myanmar. Please note: Some routes are linear estimations, click on the links to get the real route. There are many flights from several airport near the town that you want to see, so you can often find a better value for money to another airport.
When you book an intercontinental trip, you probably want the nearest large airport, otherwise you may be looking for a national one. You can use this utility together with the flying distances pages to schedule your trip.