The flight time from Elizabethtown Regional Airport to Yangon International Airport is:

17 hours, 51 minutes

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Flying time from EKX to RGN

The total flight duration from EKX to RGN is 17 hours, 51 minutes.

This assumes an average flight speed for a commercial airliner of 500 mph, which is equivalent to 805 km/h or 434 knots. It also adds an extra 30 minutes for take-off and landing. Your exact time may vary depending on wind speeds.

If you're planning a trip, remember to add more time for the plane to taxi between the gate and the airport runway. This measurement is only for the actual flying time. You should also factor in airport wait times and possible equipment or weather delays. If you're trying to figure out what time you'll arrive at the destination, you may want to see if there's a time difference between EKX and RGN.

The calculation of flight time is based on the straight line distance from EKX to RGN ("as the crow flies"), which is about 8,673 miles or 13 957 kilometers.

Your trip begins at Elizabethtown Regional Airport in Elizabethtown, Kentucky.
It ends at Yangon International Airport in Yangon, Myanmar.

Your flight direction from EKX to RGN is North (-2 degrees from North).

The flight time calculator measures the average flight duration between points. It uses the great circle formula to compute the travel mileage.

Elizabethtown Regional Airport

City: Elizabethtown
State: Kentucky
Country: United States
Category: airports

Yangon International Airport

City: Yangon
Country: Myanmar
Category: airports

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