The capital of Kachin state is your door to the wondrous world of Myanmar’s northernmost state and region. Myitkyina provides a home to more than 150,000 residents, including a mix of Bamar, Chinese, Kachin and Shan ethnic groups. You’ll lose yourself in the morning market that sprawls along the banks of the mighty Ayeyarwady River, […]

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Nay Pyi Taw

Myanmar’s capital city, Nay Pyi Taw is FMI Air’s top destination for business professionals. A growing number of golf courses, five star hotels and attractions such as the National Zoo, however, are slowly transforming Myanmar’s most modern city into a tourism destination. Take pictures in front of parliament and enjoy top-class amenities, or take a […]

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Yangon is the door to Myanmar, with most international flights arriving at Yangon International Airport. Visit the downtown colonial district for a chance to see Southeast Asia’s largest collection of colonial architecture, and don’t miss the Shwedagon Pagoda, Myanmar’s most important Budhdist monument. Take a ride on the local circle train to get a peek […]

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  • We’re open for your calls!

    We are pleased to announce you all that FMI Air’s Contact Centre is available 24hrs/day to help our passengers book their flights. You can contact us through our Facebook page, the FMI Air app or at our Sanchuang office on Myay Nu Street. All you have to do is dial 09 763606544/ 01 8500933 (Ext-0) […]

  • FMI Air has new offices — come visit!

    16 June 2017 As of July 1, FMI Air will have new headquarters. Due to construction on Landmark Devel­opment, a US$660 million mixed-use development project set to open in 2020, our head office has moved from its former location on Bogyoke Road, next to Bogyoke Market in downtown Yangon. Now you can contact us at […]

  • Myanmar tourism: Experts weigh in on industry changes, potential

    FMI Air recently sat down with some of the tourism industry’s most experienced veterans to discuss the state of tourism in Myanmar. For the last few years, travellers all over the world have been talking about Myanmar. Years of closed relations with much of the outside world have finally ended, opening the country up to […]

  • Bagan gets much less rain than the rest of the country.

    Monsoon blues? Where to travel in Myanmar during rainy season

    MOST guidebooks advise against travel in Myanmar during monsoon season. No wonder: the country is inundated with daily showers from May to September, and sometimes well into October. Downtown Yangon is notorious for minor flooding; coastal areas, such as Ngapali Beach and the Dawei peninsula, become harder to reach and inundated by storms. But just […]

  • visit Inle Lake!

    Can’t miss sights of Inle Lake

    Thanks to FMI Air’s Monsoon Travel Pass, weekend getaways are just a short flight away. And for many in Myanmar, there’s no escape like the peaceful waters of Inle Lake. The lake, located a short drive from our Heho destination in Shan State, is Myanmar’s second-largest and provides a home to more than 400,000 people. […]

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