Myanmar has two main International Airports: Yangon International Airport and Mandalay International Airport; one international airline and four domestic airlines. Airline companies currently serving domestic flights in Myanmar are Air Bagan, Air Mandalay, Yangon Airways and Myanmar Airways.
There are daily flights to Yangon from neighboring countries. By air - Myanmar is served internationally by Air Bagan, Air China, Air Mandalay, Bangkok Airways, Mandarin Airlines, Indian Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Myanmar Airways, Myanmar Airways International, Qatar Airways, Silk Air and Thai Airways International.
To get further details about airlines offices in Yangon and Mandalay.
Travelers can access to Myanmar both by air and by land, all accesses valid passports (at least six months of validity from the time of entry) and visas are required, yet getting Myanmar by land maybe less foreseeable. Travel by land, entry with a Border Pass is permitted at the following Border Check Points: Tachileik, Three Pagoda Pass, Myawaddy and Kawthaung on the Myanmar-Thai border and Lweje, Nam Kham, Muse, Kyukoke, Kwanlong, Mong Lar on the Myanmar-Yunnan (China) border along. At present, visitors can legally cross at four places to Myanmar:
From Ranong (southern Thailand border) to Kawthaung (Burma Tanintharyi)
From Mae Sai (northern Thailand border) to Tachilek (Burma Shan State)
From Ruili (China) to Mu Se (Burma Shan State)
From Morei (India border) to Tamu (Burma Chin State)
People cannot reach Myanmar by land or by sea from Bangladesh, India and Laos. But you will need a prior arrangement for your visa to fly to Yangon and maybe Mandalay. However the possibility of land crossings can be changed from time to time and it is always best to check with embassy first before you plan to enter into Myanmar.
A visa is required to visit Burma. Visa on arrival is only available from select destinations. Any queries on entry requirements should be directed to the nearest Burmese Embassy not to the British Embassy in Rangoon.
Myanmar has reciprocal visa exemption arrangements with 11 countries, including member countries of the ASEAN, China and Russia. The permitted period of stay is listed as following:
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You must hold a valid passport to enter Burma. Your passport must be valid for a minimum period of six months from the date of entry into Burma.
Traveling with Children
Single parents or other adults traveling alone with children should be aware that some countries require documentary evidence of parental responsibility before allowing lone parents to enter the country or, in some cases, before permitting the children to leave the country. They may want to see birth certificates, a letter of consent from the other parent or some evidence as to your responsibility for the child. As far as we are aware the Burmese immigration authorities do not normally ask to see such evidence, but if you have concerns please check with the nearest Burmese Embassy.