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About Myanmar Airways International

Myanmar Airways International (MAI) is a privately owned airline headquartered in Yangon, Myanmar.

The airline operates scheduled international services to destinations mainly in Southeast Asia and is based at Yangon International Airport. Yangon International Airport is the only international entry point into the country for air travellers.

This airline has codeshare agreements with a number of airlines including Malaysia Airlines, Korean Air, Asiana Airlines and Garuda Indonesia.

The airline flies to many destinations including domestic destinations such as Yangon (Rangoon), Bagan, Mandalay, Inlay Lake, Kyaik Hti Yo, Bangkok, Gaya, Guangzhou, Kuala Lumpur, Kunming, Taipei, Osaka, Seoul and Singapore.



Baggage Allowance

Carry-on Baggage

Passengers in Business Class are permitted 2 x 7kg pieces of hand luggage.

Passengers in Economy Class are permitted 1 x 7kg piece of hand luggage.

The size of each piece of carry-on baggage must not exceed 58 x 34 x 23 cm.


Checked Baggage

Business class passengers are permitted a maximum of 30kg with a normal ticket, 50kg for Diamond Privileged Members, or 40kg with Ruby Privileged Membership.

Economy class passengers are permitted 20kg for a standard ticket, 40kg for a economy ticket with Diamond Privilege Membership or 30kg for economy ticket its Ruby Privileged Membership.



Check-In Information

Online Check-In

Myanmar Airways International are yet to offer online check-in for their flights.


Airport Check-In

Passengers must check-in at the airport, ensuring they arrive in plenty of time to complete check-in, security and get to the boarding gate. The check-in deadline will vary for each airport, so you are advised to check with the airline what time you should arrive, if it is not stated on your ticket.







MIA Route Map

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Hub Airport

Yangon International Airport

Yangon International Airport, located in Mingaladon, 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. It is also the hub for airlines such as Air Bagan, Air KBZ and Asian Wings Airlines. Additional airlines that fly to and from Yangon International Airport include AirAsia,Dragon Air, Thai Airways, Golden Myanmar Airlines and Vietnam Airlines.


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Airbus A319-100

The airline have previously operated flights on the following now-retired aircraft:

Airbus A320-200

Airbus A321-100

Boeing 737-400

Boeing 737-800

Boeing 757-200

Fokker 100

McDonnell Douglas MD-82



Popular Routes

Singapore Plane icon Bangkok


Gaya Plane icon Mandalay


Yangon Plane icon Kuala Lumpur


Singapore Plane icon Bangkok



MIA Frequent Flyer Programme

This airline offers a frequent flyer program to reward its regular passengers. There are currently two levels of membership: Diamond and Ruby.

Passengers who have traveled on three return flights within one calendar year are entitled to apply for the Ruby membership and start earning points required to qualify for the next level. If a passenger has completed a minimum of six return flights with their Ruby membership, the membership will automatically be moved up to the Diamond membership scheme.

A Sky Smile Privilege Program member can redeem the mile points earned by flying with MAI for free travel tickets.



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Myanmar Airways International News

April 2018

Myanmar creates new destinations to attract tourists.

Myanmar's Hotels and Tourism Ministry is striving to encourage tourism by developing new avenues of tourism programs and creating new tourist destinations. The ministry has permitted about 1,628 hotels and guest houses with some 65,470 rooms to operate as of March 31, official Global New Light of Myanmar reported.As of December 2017, the ministry had also granted over 2,676 travel agencies, issuing 4,503 tour guide licenses, 3,449 regional tour guide licenses and 2,564 transport licenses.The ministry is also striving to promote eco-tourism, cultural tourism and community-based tourism in resource-rich areas, including historical landscapes, rivers, lakes, beaches, islands and forests.

Foreign tourists visit Myanmar mostly through three international airports, the border checkpoints as well as via luxury cruise liners. Therefore, Myanmar based airlines can expect to reap the consequences of international passengers on flights.


February 2018

Mandalay International Airport receives over 1 million passengers in 2017

Over a million local and foreign passengers entered Mandalay International Airport last year exceeding their number of 2016, according to sources from the Department of Civil Aviation. In 2017, domestic airlines such as Myanmar National Airlines, Air Mandalay, Air KBZ, Asian Wings Airways, Yangon Airways, Shwe Myanmar Airlines, Mann Yadanabon Airlines and FMI Air conducted regular flights to Mandalay International Airport.

Those airlines transported 890,000 passengers to the airport last year while just over 70,000 entered the airport in 2016. The number of international passengers arrived at the Mandalay airport last year was 430,000 bringing the total number to 1.29 million in total. 

"In 2017, 1.29 million of local and foreign air passengers entered the Mandalay airport, exceeding the number of 2016," said Ye Htut Aung, deputy director general of the Civil Aviation Department. Myanmar's international airports in Yangon, Mandalay and Nay Pyi Taw were upgraded with the help of local and foreign private sectors. Moreover, discussion is underway with the tender winning foreign company to build Hanthawady International Airport, which will be the biggest one in Myanmar, in Bago Region. The airport will accommodate 12 million passengers.


June 2017

Myanmar Airways is set to benefit as Myanmar and Cambodia were set to launch a joint tourism action plan

Tourism authorities of Myanmar and Cambodia will launch a joint action plan aimed at boosting tourism industry of the two countries. The plan was forwarded when a business delegation of the Cambodian Ministry of Tourism met with its Myanmar counterparts in Bagan during its current visit. The two sides agreed to establish joint marketing efforts including joint events to promote new package tours such as a proposed "Angkor-Bagan, Two Ancient Capitals-One Destination" tour. Aimed at strengthening existing friendly relations in all fields and simplifying the procedures of citizens traveling between the two countries.

Myanmar and Cambodia had signed an agreement on mutual visa exemption for holders of ordinary passports in Nay Pyi Taw in December 2013. In February 2011, Myanmar established air link with Cambodia with MAI, flying between Yangon and Siem Reap, an ancient city of Cambodia. The flight service was extended to reach Phnom Penh in November 2011.