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Aero Mongolia

Head Office PO Box 105 Chinggis khaan Airport 34 Ulan Bator Mongolia IATA Code – M0 ICAO Code – MNG Skymiles Year Established – 2003 Work Phone: 976 1 1 283 212Work Fax: 976 1 1 379 616 Website: http://www.aeromongolia.mn

Hubs and Fleet

Photo of Aero Mongolia

Main Bases and Hubs – Ulaanbaatar Chinggis Khaan International
Fleet – Fokker 50

Information

Aero Mongolia is one of the major airlines in Mongolia. Its head office is on the third floor of Express Tower, 5th floor, 1st khoroo, Chingeltei District in Ulan Bator. It operates domestic flights to eleven local destinations and operates international scheduled services to Irkutsk, Russia and Hohhot and Urumqi in China. Its main base is Chinggis Khaan Airport.

The airline was established in 2001 and performed its first flight domestically on May 25, 2003. Today, it has employees of over 150 (at Dec 2010) and operating flights for 3 destinations internationally, and 12 destinations domestically by its own three Fokker 50 aircraft, each of which has 50 seats and made in 1992 and two Fokker 100 aircraft, each has 100 seats and made in 1992. It received its firstFokker 50 in May 2003 and received its Fokker 100 in January 2006. Aero Mongolia is operating with the cooperation of worldly renowned manufacturers, such as Pratt & Whitney service, AAP service, Fokker service, Rolls Royce, Dowty Propellers, Contact Air, Alteon Boeing, Honeywell, and Oxford Aviation Academy. On September 22, 2008 World Quality Committee evaluated the effort of Aero Mongolia and granted the prestigious award ‘White Golden Star’ for keeping the customers satisfaction at high level, in Paris, France. Formerly Aero Mongolia had once won the ‘Golden Star’ award in 2006. By merging with ‘Monnis Group’ in June 2007, Aero Mongolia took numerous actions to strengthen its management, to stabilize financial capability and to ensure flight safety.

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