☞ How do I get to Khamti?
The Khamti is easily accessible by car or you can use public transport like a train to reach the airport.
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Khamti, Hkamti, Khamti, Myanmar,
+95 9 256 619 558
Airport Time Zone - Asia/Rangoon
Coutnry - Myanmar
|Address:||XMQF+4JV, Hkamti, Khamti, Myanmar,|
|Phone Number:||+95 9 256 619 558|
Khamti is a public airport located in Hkamti. This airport also provides air transport services, facilities, and amenities, such as aircraft maintenance and repair services, rental car services, and a restaurant. Khamti IATA code is KHM and the default time zone is Asia/Rangoon.
You can get detailed information about Khamti location, route maps, live departures, arrivals, etc.
To contact Khamti, you can try the following options:
Phone: +95 9 256 619 558.
Email: You can find the email option on https://www.airlinesmap.com/khamti.
If you've lost an item on Khamti, you can try the following steps to retrieve it:
Contact the airport: The first thing you will need to do is call the airport to inquire about the lost and found procedure. Airport staff will be able to assist you in locating your lost item.
Check with the airlines: If you've lost an item on a flight or in a terminal, you can also check with the airlines that serve Khamti.
Several airlines that operate flights to and from Khamti include:
You can check with the Khamti or online flight booking options for the latest information.
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