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Asian Wings Airways suspends all operations

The airline has suspended its last route (Yangon to Kyaukpyu) on 1st January 2019, meaning it joins other Malaysian airlines which have recently paused flying operations. This includes airlines such as Air Mandalay, APEX Airlines, Air Bagan and FMI Air.

Please click the logos below to discover alternative airline you can use instead of Asian Wings Airways:


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About Asian Wings Airways

Asian Wings Airways is a domestic airline based in Myanmar, offering regular flights to all major tourist destinations in Myanmar. Asian Wings Airways began operations on 27 January 2011 and is owned and operated by Sun Far Travels and Tours Company.


Currently being a domestic airline, Asian Wings offers regular flights to all major tourist destinations in Myanmar, such as: Yangon, Mandalay, Nyaung U (Bagan), Heho, Tachileik, Lashio, Monywa, Homalin, Naypyitaw, Myitkyina, Bhamo and Putao. Asian Wings are happy that to provide airline services to Chiang Mai as our first regional destination. In the very near future, Asian Wings Airways will extend its wings to regional destinations and thrive to become a reliable airline of Myanmar.



Asian Wings Airways Baggage

Checked Baggage Allowance

Adults and children are allowed 20kg of checked luggage per person. Infants are not permitted any free baggage.



Asian Wings Airways Check-In Information

Online Check-In

Asian Wings Airways are yet to offer online check-in for their flights.


Airport Check-In

Passengers must check-in at the airport at least one hour prior to scheduled departure time, but it is recommended that you arrive much before this.


Asian Wings Airways Hub Airport 

Yangon International Airport

Yangon International Airport, located in Mingaladon, at 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) north of downtown Yangon, is the primary and busiest international airport of Myanmar and the third largest airport in the country after Mandalay International Airport and Naypyidaw International Airport.

Once, it was regarded as the best and most modern airport in Southeast Asia. Airlines that fly from and to Yangon International Airport include AirAsia, Dragon Air, Golden Myanmar Airlines, Thai Airways and Vietnam Airlines.



Asian Wings Airways Frequent Flyer Program

Asian Wings Airways offers a "My Wings" Frequent Flyer Program to reward its regular passengers with the airline.

“My Wings" Frequent Flyer Program offer members a range of exclusive benefits designed to make travelling with Asian Wings Airways even more rewarding.



Asian Wings Airways Destinations

Bhamo Heho Homalin
Kalay Kyaingtong Kyaukpyu
Lashio Mandalay Monywa
Myitkyina Tachilek Yangon



Asian Wings Airways Fleet

ATR 72-500


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Asian Wings Airways News

4th September 2017

Asian Wings Airways signed an interline agreement with Hahn Air

Hahn Air has signed an interline agreement with Asian Wings Airways (YJ) of Myanmar (also known as Burma). The deal enables travel agents in 190 markets to issue services of the domestic airline on the HR-169 document. Asian Wings Airways is based at Mingaladon International Airport (RGN) in Yangon, Myanmar. The airline serves 14 domestic destinations with a fleet of three ATR 72 aircraft. Its route map covers some of Myanmar’s favourite destinations, including Mandalay (MDL), Monywa (NYW), Kalay (KMV) and Keng Tung (KET).


In 2013 it was announced that All Nipppon Airways would purchase a 49% stake in Asian Wings Airways for around 3 billion Japanese Yen, the first foreign investment in Myanmar-based airline. However, in 2014, ANA declared that its board of directors had changed its mind on the investment and decided not to invest in Asian Wings Airways.