Flights from Yangon

Since Myanmar opened its doors to the international community, Yangon has become a significant flights hub. Connect to new and exciting places with the help of Skyscanner. Browse through our comprehensive list of destinations from this port by popping the word ‘everywhere’ into the search bar.

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Finding flights from Yangon International Airport (RGN)

The principal international aviation facility for the entire country of Myanmar, and its largest city, the Yangon International Airport (RGN) will offer you the most in terms of choice. Travellers can choose from up to 40 destinations to cities within Myanmar itself, to places all over Asia, and out to the Middle East. Generally, to get to the airport, flyers will need to take a taxi the entire 15km.

Myanma,Golden Myanmar Airlines, and Air KBZ usually carry out domestic flights. International routes however, are frequently flowb by AirAsia, Malaysia Airlines, Qatar Airways, Emirates, Air China, China Airlines, Bangkok Airways, Korean Air, ANA, Jetstar, Silkair, MAI, Biman, and Novoair.

Popular destinations from Yangon International Airport

Don’t dismiss a chance to explore the other great cities and towns of Myanmar, which you can do in around an hour of flying time. In particular, the reaches of Thandwe (SNW) and Ngapali Beach, where you can take advantage of the unspoilt coastline. Another fantastic highlight is the old capital of the country, Mandalay (MDL), which boasts the old Royal Palace, and views out to the Ayeyarwaddy River.

Add on a couple more hours to your flight, and you can be exploring the malls, temples, markets, and caves of Kuala Lumpur (KUL), or fly to the storied capital of China, Beijing (PEK), where the conquerors, emperors and premiers have overseen the governance of this vast nation.

You can also fly from this hub direct to Tokyo (NRT), a city that is in equal parts zany and serene. Gorge on sushi, izakaya, and takoyaki, then see the best museums of this city, like the Studio Ghibli Museum, and the Edo-Tokyo Museum, then sing your heart out in the a karaoke bar in Shinjuku. Alternatively, you can fly to the warm and fragrant city of Dubai (DXB) where the marbled malls, golden beaches, and fine restaurants will speak to every luxurious impulse you’ve ever had. What’s more, is Dubai is home to an even larger aviation hub that you can utilise if you fancy flying to Australasia, North America, Africa, or Europe.


Please note that information is correct as of January 2017

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