Discover the wealth of Asian culture and revel in the serenity of tranquility flowing into Myanmar’s landscape. With a variety of natural attractions, a multiethnic culture and large monasteries scattered across the panoramic view, Myanmar certainly deserves your next destination. If you are looking for an ultimate guide for direct flights from India to Myanmar, this article is right for you.
There are several international airports in Myanmar, making it fast and easy for tourists to reach this alluring land on a Myanmar tour.
Direct Flights from India to Myanmar
Myanmar is beginning to open up and friendly towards foreign travelers in modern times. There’s one route that travelers can go from India to Myanmar without layovers: Kolkata – Yangon and there are several airlines operating on this route: IndiGo Airlines, Myanmar Airways International and India Air Limited.
Nonstop flight from Kolkata (India) to Yangon (Myanmar) with IndiGo Airlines
Indigo Airlines operates daily on this route and therefore is recommended for travelers. Outbound flights depart from Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, India (at 12:10 o’clock) and arrive at Terminal 2, Yangon International Airport, Myanmar (at 14:30 o’clock).
There are return flights every day, the departure time is 15:30 and the arrival time is 16:20.
Nonstop flight from Kolkata (India) to Yangon (Myanmar) with Myanmar Airways International
You can book a direct flight with Myanmar Airways International on Thursdays and Sundays. Planes take off at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, India at 18:30 o’clock and reach Terminal 1, Yangon International Airport, Myanmar at 21:20 o’clock.
For flights from Yangon back to Kolkata, Myanmar Airways International offers flights on every Thursday and Sunday, taking off at Terminal 1, Yangon International Airport, Myanmar at 16:40 o’clock and arriving at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, India at 17:30 o’clock.
Nonstop flight from Kolkata (India) to Yangon (Myanmar) with India Air Limited
India Air operates on this airway every Monday and Saturday. The flights take place in 1h45m from 5:45 o’clock, departing from Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, India (and arrive at Terminal 1, Yangon International Airport, Myanmar.
With India Air, travelers can only book flights back to Kolkata from Yangon on Fridays. Moreover, it often takes longer than two above-mentioned airlines (2h20m, from 15:55 o’clock to 17:15 o’clock).
Travel Guide for Visitors from India to Myanmar by plane
How to Get Ticket
You can search for flights easily on the internet with famous websites such as Agoda or Booking.com and book the one that’s suitable for you. Or you can contact us to support you with ease and convenience.
Documents to Bring
Apart from their tickets, passengers to Myanmar have to bring along their valid passport. Another important thing to note is that all Indians traveling to Myanmar must apply for a visa. You need to submit a duly filled visa application form along with the requisite documents and a number of fees. Indian citizens now can easily apply for a Myanmar visa on arrival. If there is anything you don’t understand, feel free to contact Go Myanmar Tours for further details.
According to the regulations of the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA), the free baggage allowance within Myanmar is 20kg for the economy class, 30kg for the business class, and 40kg for the first class, plus limited carry-on luggage. Note that the excess baggage charges are the sole responsibility of the client. All suitcases must have a locking device attached when traveling by plane to Myanmar. Anyone who causes failure to follow this regulation may result in refusal by airport staff to load suitcases onto the aircraft.