MIAT Mongolian Airlines Reviews


MIAT Mongolian Airlines Reviews

MIAT Mongolian Airlines is Mongolia’s national airline, headquartered in the MIAT Building in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia. The airline operates international scheduled services from its base at Chinggis Khaan International Airport near Ulaanbaatar.

MIAT Mongolian Airlines was established in 1956. It began operations with the help of Aeroflot and began flights on 7 July 1956 using an Antonov An-2 from Ulaanbaatar to Irkutsk. The airline also used Soviet-built Lisunov Li-2s for flights to international destinations like Beijing and Moscow. During the 1960s and 1970s, the airline obtained Antonov An-24 and An-26 twin turboprops. Tupolev Tu-154 jets were introduced in the late 1970s. MIAT Mongolian Airlines serves the following scheduled international destinations (as of August 2013): Ulaanbaatar – Chinggis Khaan International Airport Hub, Beijing – Beijing Capital International Airport, Erenhot – Erenhot Saiwusu International Airport, Sanya – Sanya International Airport, Hong Kong – Hong Kong International Airport, Osaka – Kansai International Airport [seasonal], Tokyo – Narita International Airport, Pyongyang – Sunan International Airport [charter], Seoul – Incheon International Airport, Jeju – Jeju International Airport, Singapore – Singapore Changi Airport [charter], Bangkok – Suvarnabhumi Airport [charter], Hanoi – Noi Bai International Airport [charter], Dubai – Dubai International Airport [charter], Berlin – Tegel Airport, Moscow – Sheremetyevo International Airport.

MIAT Mongolian Airlines has the following codeshares (as of December 2012): Aeroflot (SkyTeam), Korean Air (SkyTeam).

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