Mawlamyine Airport

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Mawlamyine Airport (formerly Moulmein Airport) is an airport in Mawlamyine (Moulmein), Myanmar.wikipedia
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Mawlamyine

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Mawlamyine Airport (formerly Moulmein Airport) is an airport in Mawlamyine (Moulmein), Myanmar.
Mawlamyine Airport has regular flights to Yangon (Rangoon).

Myanmar National Airlines

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After Burma's independence in 1948, the Union of Burma Airways (UBA) was founded and started its domestic services to local airports including Mawlamyine (Moulmein) Airport.

De Havilland Dove

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On 14 March 1949, a De Havilland DH.104 Dove 1 of the Union of Burma Airways, registration XY-ABO, crashed in Gulf of Mottama (Martaban) en route from Mingaladon Airport to Mawlamyine (Moulmein) Airport.

Myanmar

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Mawlamyine Airport (formerly Moulmein Airport) is an airport in Mawlamyine (Moulmein), Myanmar.

Flying Tigers

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It was used not only by the British but also by the Flying Tigers, an American volunteer pilot group then.

Sentai

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On 20 January 1942, as a major air operation in Southeast Asia, the 62nd Sentai Heavy Bombers escorted by the 50th Sentai of Imperial Japanese Army Air Service attacked the airfield and its satellite at Mudon with a total of 65 planes.

Imperial Japanese Army Air Service

Imperial Japanese Army Air ForceIJAAFJapanese Army Air Force
On 20 January 1942, as a major air operation in Southeast Asia, the 62nd Sentai Heavy Bombers escorted by the 50th Sentai of Imperial Japanese Army Air Service attacked the airfield and its satellite at Mudon with a total of 65 planes.

Hideyoshi Obata

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On 28 February 1942, Japanese General Obata visited the airfield and it was reconstructed with 450 Japanese construction crews to be used as Air Force headquarters for attacking British airfield at Mingaladon.

Yangon International Airport

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On 14 March 1949, a De Havilland DH.104 Dove 1 of the Union of Burma Airways, registration XY-ABO, crashed in Gulf of Mottama (Martaban) en route from Mingaladon Airport to Mawlamyine (Moulmein) Airport. On 28 February 1942, Japanese General Obata visited the airfield and it was reconstructed with 450 Japanese construction crews to be used as Air Force headquarters for attacking British airfield at Mingaladon.

Nok Air

Nokair
In September 2013, Nok Air Mini started flights between the Thai border town Mae Sot and Mawlamyine.

Mawlamyine University

Mawlamyaing UniversityUniversity of Mawlamyine.
About a quarter of a mile away from the college across the Moulmein-Taungwaing road, there was a former WWII airfield (now Mawlamyine Airport).

Hpa-an

Pa-an
Hpa-An is linked to Yangon, Mawlamyine and Hpapun by air.

List of airports by IATA code: M

IATA code for Muting Airport, IndonesiaIATA code: MPUMalalaua airport

Mon State

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List of airports in Myanmar

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