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Aero Mongolia
Aero-Mongolia logo.jpg
IATA
M0
ICAO
MNG
Callsign
AERO MONGOLIA
Founded 2002
Hubs Chinggis Khaan International Airport (ULN)
Member lounge Unknown
Alliance None
Fleet size 4
Destinations 14
Parent company Aero Mongolia
Headquarters Ulan Bator, Mongolia
Key people B. JARGALSAIKHAN, PRESIDENT
Website http://www.aeromongolia.mn

Aero Mongolia is an airline based in Ulan Bator, Mongolia. It operates domestic services to six destinations and used to operate international scheduled services to Hohhot, Irkutsk and Ulan-Ude. Its main base is Chinggis Khaan International Airport, Ulan Bator.[1]

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History

The airline was established in 2002 and started operations on 25 May 2003. It was established by MIAT Mongolian Airlines to feed international services by MIAT, Korean Air, Air China and Aeroflot from Ulan Bator. It has 55 employees (at March 2007)[1]. It received its first Fokker 50 in December 2002 and received its Fokker 100 in January 2006. With the arrival of the Fokker 100, Aero Mongolia introduced its first flights to South Korea. Aero Mongolia leased another Fokker 100 in June 2006. At the end of 2006 the airline started a direct flight route to Tianjin, China.

On 31 October 2007, Mongolian aviation authorities suspended Aero Mongolia flights temporarily after the airline failed safety checks.[2] But in the first quarter of 2008 Aero Mongolia has received the license to fly in domestic routes. Now currently using 2 Fokker 50's which were modified in 2008 in Germany.

Destinations

Aero Mongolia Fokker F50, at Mörön Airport, 2006.

Aero Mongolia operated the following services (as of June 2007):[3]


Aero Mongolia also operates scheduled charter flights around Mongolia. According to the company website, the air line is planning to fly to Kyzyl, the capital of the Tuva Republic in Russia, and Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang Autonomous Region in China.

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Past Destinations

Fleet

The Aero Mongolia fleet included the following aircraft (as of 8 June 2008):

External links

References

  1. ^ a b "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International: p. 46. 2007-03-27.  
  2. ^ "Aero Mongolia flights stopped". Ulan Bator Post. 2007-11-01. http://ubpost.mongolnews.mn/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=816&Itemid=0.  
  3. ^ Flight schedule, retrieved June 12th, 2007

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