Air Thanlwin


Air Thanlwin, formerly known as Yangon Airways, is an airline rooted in Yangon, Myanmar. Established in 1996, it has evolved into a significant domestic carrier within the country. From its inception as Yangon Airways, the airline underwent a major rebranding, adopting its current name in October 2019. Today, with a fleet of four aircraft and 18 destinations under its wing, Air Thanlwin continues to play a pivotal role in Myanmar’s aviation landscape, offering both scheduled and chartered domestic flights.


Air Thanlwin operates regular flights to various domestic destinations like Nay Pyi Taw, Bagan, Mandalay, Heho (Inle Lake), Kyaing Tong, Tachileik, Myitkyina, Thandwe, Sittway, Dawei, Myeik, Kawthaung, and Lashio. Additionally, it offers charter flights to Bhamo, Putao, Kalay, and more, all primarily from its hub at Yangon International Airport.


The Air Thanlwin fleet consists of four aircraft. This includes two ATR 72-212 models, which were transferred from Yangon Airways, and two ATR 72-500 models, with one acquired from Myanmar National Airlines.


  • IATA: ST

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