Multiple Airlines Moved to Yangon International Airport’s Terminal 1

Yangon International Airport recently opened two terminals on the first week of July relocated all airlines in terminal 2 to terminal 1, and commenced operations at terminal 1 on July 27, 2018.

There are 11 airlines that are making the switch including: Air India, Biman Bangladesh Airlines, China Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Jetstar, Qatar Airways, Thai, Thai Smile, Nok Air, Vietjet, and Myanmar National Airlines.

Yangon International Airport (YIA or known by its airport code RGN) is sits between India and China with two-thirds of the world’s population within six hours flying range including cities such as Tokyo, Dubai, Singapore, Beijing and New Delhi. YIA is the busiest and largest airport in Myanmar.

In 2017, RGN handled a total of 5.92 million passengers. Today, 28 airlines operate to and from 25 international destinations while 8 airlines operate domestic routes within the country.

Terminal 2 was originally the main terminal for international travel, but international travel has been slowly transitioned to the newer terminal 1.

Additional information or updates on the new changes will be made public via the airport’s official Facebook page,, and official website, You can also call the hotline 01-9679777, or visit the Airport Assistance Office near Information Counter of gate 4 at Terminal 1.

Source: Myanmar Business Today

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