✅ Trip Verified
| Upon arrival from Yangon to this airport, it was a matter of minutes to be done. A small passport control for a domestic flight (Not sure why, but it was necessary) and just a matter of minutes for our luggage to arrive on trolley as no belt is available at this small domestic airport. Few days later, we returned for a domestic flight to Nyaung-U. Departure terminal is a bit more spacious with lots of seating. Wooden kiosks to check in for your flight designated to your airline (though signs of former companies are still visible. Prior to security, you have a souvenir shop and small food shop available and was necessary to get your boarding card stamped prior to heading to security. Passing security you were left in an open room with lots of seating with a souvenir shop and two coffee shops. Door to apron was open too, so you could walk outside at any time to stand between the aircraft. Boarding was chaotic too as it was called by wooden signs when your flight was ready (no announcements) and arriving and departuring passengers were mixed when trying to board our flight as another flight was deboarding.