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Sky Angkor Airlines is an airline based in Siem Reap, Cambodia and is a joint venture of Korean and Cambodian investors. Sky Angkor Airlines flies internationally, to popular cities in countries including Singapore, Busan, Daegu, Seoul and Hanoi. The airline was founded in 2010 and was formally known as Skywings Asia Airlines, before being rebranded in 2014. Today, Sky Angkor Airlines provides both private charter and schedule passenger lights and is headquartered at Siem Reap International Airport.

Sky Angkor Airlines has a partnership with T'way Air, which has the aim of developing new routes. Through the partnership, T'way Air has been strengthening services on routes to Vietnam and Cambodia, popular destinations for South Koreans during holidays.

Top Tip: If you're looking for flights within Cambodia, take a look at our guide to domestic flights within Cambodia for more information, including a list of airlines and FAQs

Baggage Policy

Sky Angkor Air has a different baggage policy for carry-on and checked baggage policy.

Carry-on Baggage

Passengers can take one carry-on bag into cabin, as well as one small briefcase, notebook or laptop. The bag must not exceed the following dimensions: 40cm x 33cm 16cm (width x length x height ) and must not weigh over 7Kg. The briefcase must not exceed 40cm x 55cm 23cm (width x length x height) and must also not weigh over 7Kg. Please note that there may be exceptions to this rule, and baggage allowance will be confirmed during the booking process.

Checked Baggage

The checked-in baggage allowance is 15kg per customer.

Cabin Classes

The class-fares available will depend on the route being operated and the aircraft being used. The airline's Airbus A321 has two classes, Economy and Business, with a total of 200 seats. The Airbus A320 has one class, and 180 seats. Both planes are configured in a 3-3 formation.

In-flight Entertainment & WIFI

During the flight, passengers can enjoy reading the airline's in-flight magazine, as well as spend time during the flight duty-free shopping.

Food & Drink

During every flight, complimentary tea, coffee and water will be offered to all passengers, regardless of their class fare. Passengers can also purchase a range of snacks and meals, including noodles and crisps.


Sky Angkor Air passengers must check in at the airport since the airline doesn't offer online check in.

Online Check-in

Online check-in is not currently available.

Airport Check-in

The Recommended time to arrival in airport 2 hours before departure. The airport check-in counter closes 40 minutes before departure.

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Destinations that Sky Angkor Air flies to

The airline operates from two airports in Cambodia: Siem Reap (Siem Reap International Airport), and Sihanouk Ville (Sihanoukville International Airport). From these airports, Sky Angkor Air flies to the following international destinations:

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Hub Airport

Siem Reap International Airport

Siem Reap International Airport is Cambodia's busiest airport, serving Siem Reap and Angkor Wat. It is the hub airport for Sky Angkor Air and has one runaway and can handle nearly 4 million passengers every year. Other airlines which fly to and from this airport include AirAsia, Air Busan, Air China, Asiana Airlines, Cambodia Angkor Air, China Eastern Airlines, Far Eastern Air Transport, China Southern Airlines and many others.


The airline has a fleet of Airbus aircraft, including two Airbus A321-200, and two Airbus A320-200. These narrow-body aircraft are popular around the world for short to medium haul flights.