Need a solid flight support in Myanmar ?
Myanmar, officially the Republic of the Union of Myanmar and also known as Burma, is a sovereign state in Southeast Asia.
The country has been facing instances of political upheaval lately. Myanmar is a country rich in jade and gems, oil, natural gas and other mineral resources.
Business Aviation Operations to Myanmar- iJET Myanmar Aviation Support service include Myanmar overflight and landing permits, ground handling arrangements, jet fuel services, FBO services, private jet charter, helicopter charter, and other flight Services Myanmar.
|City||Airport||ICAO||IATA||Type||Operating Hours (UTC)||Type of Fuel Availability||Time Zone|
|Bagan||Nyaung U Airport||VYBG||BPE||Civil||Does not operate 24 hours||No Fuel||(GMT+06:1800) Asia/Rangoon|
|Airport||Nyaung U Airport|
|Operating Hours (UTC)||Does not operate 24 hours|
|Type of Fuel Availability||No Fuel|
|Time Zone||(GMT+06:1800) Asia/Rangoon|
5 Gen Dec and 10 passenger manifest will be required for arrival and departure.
iJET has contracts with regional and major aviation fuel providers in Myanmar, thus we are able to offer you cost-effective and high-quality aviation fuel services in all the major airports in Myanmar.
For more information on jet fuel availability, mode of payment, aviation fuel services in Myanmar, chat with our fuel specialist who can provide you instant solutions to all your jet fuel queries.
Every aircraft operator needs to obtain several flight permits before any flight (overflight permits and a landing permit). Overflight permits are necessary to enter, pass, and exit each country across your flight route. While landing permits are permissions to land in a particular airport at the destination country. The process of obtaining overflight and landing permits is complicated. Here comes iJET effective role in facilitating the process and securing flight permits on short notice due to its wide network of relations with the civil aviation authorities in almost every country around the world. iJET also helps aircraft operators to choose the flight route that imposes the minimum overflight fees, as most countries charge fees for processing overflight permits. Those fees are generally non-refundable. Overflight permit fees and landing permit fees are different from one country/airport to another. The required documents for applying to both overflight and landing permits also differ from one country to another. But generally, an aircraft operator is required to provide: the flight number, schedule and purpose of the flight, and aircraft airworthiness certificate, aircraft operator certificate, certificate of registration, insurance certificate, noise certificate, airworthiness review certificate.