An air transport agreement between the Government of Sweden and the Government of the Union of Myanmar (former Union of Burma) was signed in 1950.

The agreement entered into force on 14 September 1950. 

Designation principle

Multiple designation. 

Traffic rights for airlines designated by Sweden

The designated airlines of Sweden shall be entitled to operate in both directions from points in Sweden and/or Norway and/or Denmark, points in Europe, points in the Near East, the Middle East, Iran, Pakistan and India to Rangoon and Siam and beyond with 5th freedom traffic rights. 

The airline authorized to operate such route may operate nonstop flights between any of the points on such route omitting stops at one or more of the other points on such route.  

Capacity regime

No specific limitations.