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Name: MIAT MONGOLIAN AIRLINES
7JetSet7 Code: MNG
Status: Operational
Region: CHINA
City: ULAANBAATAR
Country: MONGOLIA
Employees 1034
Web: miat.com
Email: contact@miat.com
Telephone: +976 (11) 379 935
Fax: +976 (11) 379 919
Sita: ULNDDOM
Background
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Click below for data links:
MNG-2004-07-A310 REPL
MNG-2004-12-A
MNG-2004-12-B
MNG-2004-12-C
MNG-2004-12-D
MNG-2005-01-A-737-8CX
MNG-2013-05 - 767-34GER
MNG-2014-06-767 TO FRANKFURT
MNG-MAP - 2013-09
MNG-MAP-A
MNG-MONGOLIAN FACTS

FORMED AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1956 WITH AEROFLOT (ARO) ASSISTANCE. A K A MIAT-AIR MONGOL (MONGOLYN IRGENIY AGAARYN TEEVER), MONGOLIAN CIVIL AIR TRANSPORT. DOMESTIC, REGIONAL & INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED & CHARTER, PASSENGER & CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.

ADDRESS:
BUYANT UKHAA, PO BOX-45
ULAANBAATAR 210134, MONGOLIA

MONGOLIA (STATE OF MONGOLIA) WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1921, IT COVERS AN AREA OF 1,566,500 SQ KM, ITS POPULATION IS 2.4 MILLION, ITS CAPITAL CITY IS ULAANBAATAR, AND ITS OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS MONGOLIAN.

SEPTEMBER 1995: ACCDT: A MIAT MONGOLIAN AIRLINES (MNG) AN-24 CRASHED INTO A MOUNTAIN AT MORON, CHINA = ALL 41 FATALITIES.

DECEMBER 1995: MAIN HUB IS ULAN BATOR. SERVICES TO BEIJING, HOHHOT, SOFIA, IRKUTSK, & MOSCOW (SHEREMETYEVO), WITH AGING 3 737-200'S.

LOOKING AT ACQUIRING 737-400 & 767-300ER'S.

MARCH 1996: HUVAAHUUGIIN ALEKSANDOR (CEO) SAID MIAT-MONGOLIAN AIRLINES (MNG) WILL IMPROVE SAFETY OF AIRLINE.

TO REPLACE AN-24'S WITH 737'S.

MAY 1996: ULAN-BATOR - TIANJIN - OSAKA KANSAI (727-200).

OCTOBER 1996: "C" MAINTENANCE CHECK SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE CONTRACT FOR 3 727'S TO ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS (ANA), WITH 1ST MT-1037 AT OSAKA, THIS MONTH.

JUNE 1997: ACCDT: MONGOLIAN AIRLINES ((MNG) HARBIN Y-12 CRASHED ON APPROACH TO MADELGOBI AIRPORT, MONGOLIA, A FEW HUNDRED YARDS SHORT OF RUNWAY AND BURST INTO FLAMES = 7 PASSENGER FATALITIES OF 2 (FC)/10 PASSENGERS.

JANUARY 1998: YO ENKTHUR ENGINEERING MANAGER, REPLACES MR D BAYARSAIKAAN.

MARCH 1998: PLANS TO ADD ROUTES TO FRANKFURT AND TOKYO IN 1998.

A310-304 (523), LUFTHANSA (DLH) LEASED IN APRIL 1998.

APRIL 1998: (http://arpnet.it/~mongolia/viaggi/aero.htm).

MAY 1998: ACCDT: MONGOLIAN AIRLINES (MNG) YUN-12 TWIN TURBOPROP, 19 PASSENGERS WITH 2 (FC)/26 PASSENGERS = ALL FATALITIES, IN CRASH INTO SNOW-COVERED MOUNTAIN, NEAR ERDENET. THIS WAS THE 2ND YUN-12 CRASH IN A YEAR. ("JANE'S ALL THE WORLD'S AIRCRAFT" SAYS THE AIRPLANE IS NORMALLY CONFIGURED FOR 17 PASSENGERS AT 31-INCHES SEAT PITCH).

A310-304 (CF6-80) (526), EX-LUFTHANSA (DLH), AIRBUS (EDS) 10 YEAR LEASED.

JUNE 1998: THE GOVERNMENT SACKED HUVAAHUUGIIN ALESANDR PRESIDENT.

JULY 1998: G NYAMDAVAA PRESIDENT. I ENKHCHULUUN VP TECHNICAL; YO ENKHTUR DIRECTOR ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT; MR MUNKJJARGAL DIRECTOR QUALITY DEPARTMENT.

OCTOBER 1998: PLANS TO RETIRE 2 AN-24'S BY THE END OF 1998 AND THE REST IN 1999.

PILOTS (FC) THREATEN TO STRIKE.

DECEMBER 1998: 3 Y12'S RETURNED TO MANUFACTURER.

APRIL 1999: (http://www.miat.com.mn).

1998 = -30% (RPK) TRAFFIC.

APRIL 2000: IN JUNE 2000 TO MOSCOW - BERLIN (2/WEEK).

1,135 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 120 FLIGHT CREW (FC), 60 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA), & 171 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

SITA; ULNDDOM.

(marketing@miat.com.mn).

JUNE 2000: THE (CAAC) (CAC) IS TO BAN ALL CHINESE-MADE, YUN AIRPLANES FROM ALL SCHEDULED PASSENGER FLIGHTS FROM JUNE 2001.

1999 = +$146,000 (NET PROFIT).

SEPTEMBER 2000: MR NARANKHUU PRESIDENT REPLACES MR NYAMDAVAA.

727-281 (20435, JU-1054) SCRAPPED.

JANUARY 2001: RETIRES 2 AN-24'S, LEAVING 9 IN SERVICE.

MARCH 2001: J BAYARSAIKHAN PRESIDENT, EX-BEIJING STATION MANAGER, REPLACES MR NARANKHUU.

APRIL 2001: 1,135 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 120 FLIGHT CREW (FC), 60 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA), & 171 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

SEPTEMBER 2001: 1 AN-24B (47301204, JU-1001) WITHDRAWN FROM USE (WFU) TO BECOME A BAR IN ULAANBAATAR.

PLANS TO BUY 1 737, AND LEASE 1 737. MAY SELL 727'S BACK TO BOEING.

NOVEMBER 2001: 1 ORDER (JUNE 2002) 737-800, GATX (GAX) LEASED.

JANUARY 2002: IN APRIL 2002, TO TOKYO NARITA'S, NEW 2ND RUNWAY (A310).

APRIL 2002: 1,010 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 132 FLIGHT CREW (FC), 65 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA), & 310 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

(http://www.miat.com).

MAIN BASE: ULAN BAATOR AIRPORT (ULN).

JULY 2002: WILL SERVE DESTINATIONS IN CHINA, JAPAN, AND KOREA.

1 737-8CX (32364, EI-CXV) DELIVERY, WITH BLENDED WINGLETS, GATX (GAX) LEASED.

November 2002: Efforts to privatize MIAT-Mongolian Airlines (MNG) continue. However, the proposed European Recovery & Development Bank (ERDB) scheme to support a "foreign" (non-Mongolian) management team, has been delayed slightly.

Gerry Eiife, a Technical Consultant, on behalf of GATX (GAX), completed a one-week audit of (MNG). Overall, his assessment of (MNG) was favorable.

February 2003: 2 727-281's (20571; 20573), sold to Nationwide (NWR).

April 2003: 1,010 employees (including 132 Flight Crew (FC), 65 Cabin Attendants (CA), & 310 Maintenance Technicians (MT)).

July 2003: 2002 = 686 million (RPK) passenger traffic (+17.9%); 66.3% LF load factor; 276,000 passengers (PAX) (+6.6%); 8.73 million (FTK) freight traffic (+16.7%).

September 2003: 2002 = 686,000 (RPK) traffic (+17.9%); 300,000 passengers (PAX) (+6.6%).

2002 TOP WORLD AIRLINES PASSENGER TRAFFIC (RPK) (Millions):
215 (PIE) 789; 216 (MIB) 771; 217 (IRB) 759; 218 (AUA) 749; 219 (ORC) 722; 220 (EXECUTIVE A/L) 718; 221 (AIR DOLOMOTI) 712; 222 (CITYJET) 694; 223 (TCV) 691; 224 (MNG) 686; 225 (UKA) 676.

July 2004: 1,034 employees.

February 2005: Considering the acquisition of several An-140's.

February 2006: Chinese domestic airlines flew a record 138 million passengers in 2005, a rise of +15% over 2004 and double the number of 2000. The figure is expected to double again in the next five years, according to Gao Geng, the Vice Minister of the General Administration of Civil Aviation in China. Cargo and airmail throughput rose +14% to 3.04 million tons in 2005 and also is expected to double in the next 5 years. However, profit margins will remain tight within the sector. He noted revenues in the sector had grown to CNY170 billion/$21.09 billion at the end of 2005, but profits in the past 5 years had amounted to only CNY10 billion.

September 2006: As national flag carrier of Mongolia, MIAT Mongolian Airlines (MNG) operates a domestic route network and international scheduled jet airplane services.

(IATA) Code: OM - 289. (ICAO) Code: MGL (Callsign - MONGOL AIR).

Parent organization/shareholders: State owned (100%).

Main Base: Ulaan Baator Airport (ULN).

Domestic, Scheduled Destinations: Altai; Arvaikheer; Dalanzadgad; Mandalgobi; Moron; Tosontsengel; Ulan Bator; Ulgit; & Uliastai.

International, Scheduled Destinations: Beijing; Berlin; Irkutsk; Moscow; Seoul; & Tokyo.

February 2008: (CIT) Aerospace (TCI) will lease a (CFM56)-powered 737-8AS (29922, EI-CSG) to (MIAT) Mongolian Airlines (MNG). Delivery is scheduled for April.

April 2008: Aeroflot (ARO) signed a cooperation agreement with (MIAT) Mongolian Airlines (MNG) that will begin with an interline agreement and by October include code share flights between Moscow Sheremetyevo and Ulan Bator, a special prorate agreement, luggage check-through, and interline e-ticketing. Loyalty program linkup and cooperation on freight and promotion will come later.

737-8AS (29922, EI-CSG), ex-RyanAir (RYR), EX-(RYR), (CIT) (TCI) leased - SEE PHOTO - - "MNG-737-8AS-2008-04."

April 2009: The European Union (EU) and Mongolia signed a horizontal aviation agreement designed to "restore legal certainty regarding bilateral air services agreements" between Mongolia and 12 (EU) member nations. It will remove nationality restrictions in the existing air services agreements, allowing any (EU) airline to operate between Mongolia and any of the 12 nations in which it is established.

February 2010: Scheduled air links between Mukhino airport in the Russian city of Ulan Ude and the Mongolian capital of Ulaanbaatar will be inaugurated from April 2010 following the amendment to the July 2006 bilateral air services agreement between the 2 countries. Ulan Ude is the largest city in the Republic of Baratua, close to the Russian - Mongolian border and a popular location for traffic into Mongolia, however, up until now travelers have had to endure either a 20-hour rail journey or a flight via Moscow.

June 2010: A340-313X (407, TC-SGJ), SAGA (SGZ) wet-leased for the summer, ex-(B-HYH).

March 2011: (MIAT) Mongolian Airlines (MNG) appointed Aviarepsto Serve as (MNG)'s General Sales Agent (GSA) in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, the Netherlands, Belgium, Scandinavia, United Kingdom, France, Italy, and Spain.

June 2011: Boeing (TBC) and (MIAT) Mongolian Airlines (MNG) have announced an order for 2 Next-Generation 737-800 airplanes and 1 767-300ER (extended range) airplane. The order, valued at $245 million at list prices, marks the 1st time in >2 decades that (MNG) will extend its route network by purchasing Boeing (TBC) airplanes instead of leasing them.

The agreement was signed by Kim Pastega VP & General Manager of the 767 Program, Boeing Commercial Airplanes, and Orkhon Tseyen-Oidov President & (CEO) of (MNG), at the USA State Department in Washington DC, in the presence of Tsakhia Elbegdorj President of Mongolia, and Gary Locke the USA Secretary of Commerce.

October 2011: 767-3WOER (28264, JU-1012), ex-(B-5001), ex-China Eastern Yunnan Airlines (YUN), (ALE) leased.

February 2012: The Bodi Group, one of Mongolia's business consortiums is, according to local media, planning to establish a new domestic carrier called Mongolian Airlines (MML). It will operate initially with Fokker F 50 turboprops and will be affiliated to the national airline, (MIAT) Mongolian Airlines (MNG).

May 2012: (MIAT) Mongolian Airlines ((IATA) Code: MR, based at Ulaanbaatar Chinggis Khaan airport (ULN)) (MML) plans to launch international flights from Ulaanbaatar Chinggis Khaan airport (ULN) with its A319-100s, initially serving Erenhot Saiwusu International (ERL) and Tianjin Binhai International (TSN) airports. Later this year, it will add Hong Kong Chep Lap Kok International airport (HKG) (from June 1) and Tokyo Haneda airport (HND) (from July 1).

July 2012: On July 14th, (MIAT) Mongolian Airlines (MML) launched services from Ulaanbaatar (ULN) to Tokyo Haneda (HND), making the Japanese capital its 2nd international destination following the launch of Hong Kong services just over a month ago. 3x-weekly services are now offered on the 3,000-km route, and will be operated using A319s on a seasonal basis until early September.

April 2013: To avoid confusion, the Mongolian Airlines Group has changed its name to Hunnu Air (MML) to be clearly different from the international flag carrier, (MIT) Mongolian Airlines (MNG).

http://www.huunuair.com

(IATA) Code: MR. (ICAO Code: MML - (Callsign - TRANS MONGOLIA).

Parent Company: (MAK) Corporation.

Hunnu Air (MML) is based at Chinggis Khaan International Airport (ULN).

(MML) fleet consists of 2 A319s, 2 Fokker F 50s and has 1 A330-200 on order.

May 2013: Boeing delivered a 767-34GER (41519, JU-1021) (extended range) to (MIAT) Mongolian Airlines (MNG), the 1st-ever direct purchase delivery to (MNG). “This is a momentous step forward for (MNG) as we continue to enhance our fleet,” said Jargalsaikhan Gungaa President and (CEO) of (MIAT) Mongolian Airlines (MNG). “We are pleased with the comfort, range and payload of the new 767-300ER and we look forward to introducing it into our long-haul fleet.”

SEE ATTACHED PHOTO - - "MNG-2013-05 - 767-300ER."

Mongolia’s flag carrier completed a historic order in 2011 at the USA State Department in Washington DC, marking the 1st time in >2 decades that (MNG) extended its route network by purchasing Boeing (TBC) airplanes instead of leasing them.

August 2013: (MIAT) Mongolian Airlines (MNG) launched its 2nd route to China on August 7 with the introduction of 3x-weekly from Ulaanbaatar (ULN) to Erenhot (ERL), located close to the Mongolian border. At just 644 km, this is (MNG)’s shortest route and is flown by 1 of (MNG)’s 2 737-800s. (MNG) also operates 3 767-300s. (MNG) currently operates scheduled flights to 8 destinations: Beijing, Berlin Tegel, Hong Kong, Moscow Sheremetyevo, Osaka Kansai, Seoul Incheon, Tokyo Narita, and now Erenhot.

January 2014: Mongolian Airlines (MNG) and the Export-Import Bank of the USA and finalized the export of a 767-300ER with (GE) engines.

June 2014: (MIAT) Mongolian Airlines (MNG) has selected Frankfurt (FRA) as its 3rd destination in Europe. On June 19th, (MNG) began 2x-weekly (Thursdays and Sundays) services on the 6,640 km route from Ulaanbator (ULN) using (MNG)’s 767-300s.

SEE ATTACHED - "MNG-2014-06-767 TO FRANKFURT."

The new service will operate until mid-September and faces no direct competition. (MNG)’s other destinations in Europe are Berlin Tegel and Moscow Sheremetyevo, while Beijing, Hong Kong, Osaka Kansai, Seoul Incheon, and Tokyo Narita complete (MNG)’s international network.

August 2014: Mongolia will reduce radar separation standards between airplanes from 90 to 30 km in September. The move follows a review of the Mongolian Civil Aviation Authority (MCAA) safety assessment requirements by New Zealand air navigation services provider, Airways New Zealand.

Airways New Zealand has been helping the (MCAA) to reduce airplane separation distances, following the installation in 2012 of radar sites across the region. Radar control has been gradually introduced, starting with a conservative 90 km separation between airplanes. Airways New Zealand has been working with the (MCAA) to assess reducing radar separation standards to more closely align with the (ICAO) standard of 5 nautical miles/10 km.

Tim Bradding, a former airways Safety Manager and current Regional Chief Controller who has been working with the (MCAA), said: “Reducing airplane separation requirements in a safe manner will allow the Mongolian (CAA) to more rapidly increase their air traffic flows, with economic benefits across the country and the region.”

September 2014: (MIAT) - Mongolian Airlines ((IATA) Code: OM, based at Ulaanbaatar) (MNG) has opened the door to international cooperation amid a general downturn in the Mongolian economy. Requesting proposals from interested parties, the Mongolian national carrier said it had already crafted its own mid-term business plan covering the period 2015 to 2017.

"Therefore, (MIAT) Mongolian Airline is cordially inviting all interested parties to support and participate in the development of the mid-term Business Plan utilizing its own financial resources," it said.

On September 3, Aeroflot (ARO) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with (MIAT) pledging its cooperation and support for the airline following talks between Russia's Vladimir Putin and his Mongolian counterpart, Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj. It is unknown as to what extent the cooperation will encompass.

Private operator Eznis Airways ((IATA) Code: EF, based at Ulaanbaatar) was forced to indefinitely suspend its own operations in May this year also citing harsh market conditions.

Ratings agency Fitch warned in July this year that 1 of Mongolia's most significant challenges in raising economic activity (and improving external finances) has been the slowdown in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) since the end of construction for the 1st phase of the multi-billion dollar Oyu Tolgoi copper mine. However, the resumption of works under the project's 2nd phase is expected to provide a significant boost to foreign-capital inflows and broader economic activity.

October 2014: With the official launch of its 1st schedule to Singapore, Mongolia’s (MIAT) Mongolian Airlines (MNG) flag carrier has signaled its intention to significantly extend its east-west route network, potentially to the USA and Australia.

Its current mainly single-destination network serves Japan, China, and Korea in the east, and Berlin and Moscow to the west from its central Asian base at Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

However, the addition of a new 2x-weekly service between its home hub and Singapore via Beijing, using (MNG)’s 737-800s opens up SE Asia to (MNG). (MNG) has already committed to expanding its long-haul routes with the addition last year of a new 767-300ER to service more distant destinations.

The company did not say if the expansion would be in the form of direct flights, but given its newly introduced policy of running multi-stop schedules such as Moscow to Frankfurt to Berlin and now Beijing to Singapore, it seems likely it will do the same for its stated Australian and North American target destinations.

“Singapore is 1st extension [in this plan],” a company spokesperson said. “Our company policy is to open destinations to Australia and America,” he said. He added that the “5th freedom” landing and re-provisioning agreements at both Beijing and Singapore made it likely they would be used for these route expansions.

Although at the time of delivery (MNG) (CEO) Jargalsaikhan Gungaa said (MNG)’s new 767-300 airplanes would principally be used on the Berlin, Frankfurt and Moscow schedules, the company could use them to extend its reach even further with destinations beyond the Asian continent.

A Changi Airport spokesperson noted the new Singapore schedule would “open up [Mongolia’s] economy and resource sectors not only with Singapore but the Asia-Pacific.”

As one of the world’s biggest developers of new mining projects in the coal, copper and gold sectors, Mongolia said it is expecting increasing business traffic into the region following a new law that has boosted land available for mining exploration by 12% in recent months to 20% of Mongolia’s total land area, and extended exploration leases to 12-year blocks.

June 2016: 767-3BGER (30564, EI-FGN), Pembroke Capital (PEB) leased.

January 2017: 767-3BGER (30564, EI-FGN) ferried from Ulaanbaatar to Male, Maldives for sub-lease to Mega Global Air Services.

April 2017: (MIAT) Mongolian Airlines (MNG) has confirmed plans to lease 2 Boeing 737 MAX airplanes from Avolon (AZV). (MNG), the Ulaanbaatar-based carrier intends to introduce the airplanes in early 2019, using them on its existing routes to South Korea, China, Japan, Russia, and Germany, as well as new links.

“The 737 MAX will become a cornerstone in our fleet modernization strategy as we look to introduce new airplanes to our customers in the years to come,” said Tamir Tumurbaatar, President & (CEO), (MIAT) Mongolian Airlines (MNG). “These fuel efficient airplanes will help us realize our goals of driving down operational costs and expanding the regional network, while also providing our valued customers and passengers with an unmatched flying experience.” “We will commence a new scheduled flight to Busan, South Korea beginning this summer and increase frequency for all flights toward Asian and European destinations to accommodate our peak travel season while continuously looking for new possibilities to open new markets in the coming years,” added Tumurbaatar.

(MNG) is a committed Boeing customer and currently operates 3 Next Generation 737 and 2 767s.

May 2017: 737-7M (33103, JU-1087, "Khulegio Khaan"), Oman Air (OMN) leased.

Fleet:
(definitions)

Click below for photos:
MNG-727
MNG-737-8AS-APR08
MNG-737-8CX
MNG-737-8CX
MNG-767-300ER - 2013-05
MNG-A310-300
MNG-A310-300-MAR06
MNG-A310-304

November 2017:

0 727-281 (JT8D) (787-20435 SCRAPPED 2000-09) (881-20571, /72 JU-1036; 888-20573, /72 JU-1037), EX-(ANA)/(KAL), MAINT BY (ANA), 2 ST (NWR) 2003-02.

1 737-7M (33103, JU-1087 "KHULEGIO KHAAN), EX-(A40-BO), OMAN AIR LEASED 2017-05.

2 ORDERS 737-800 (CFM56-7B), WITH WINGLETS:

1 737-8AS (CFM56-7B24) (571-29922, /00 EI-CSG - - SEE PHOTO - - "MNG-737-8AS-2008-04"), (TCI) LSD 2008-04. 12C, 150Y.

1 737-8CX (CFM56-7B26) (1166-32364, /02 EI-CXV "KHUBELAI KHAN"), (GAX) LSD 2002-07, WITH WINGLETS. 12C, 150Y.

1 737-800 (CFM56-7B), (TCI) LSD 2008-04.

2 ORDERS (2018-02) 737 MAX, AVOLON (AZV) LSD:

1 767-3BGER (30564, EI-FGN), (PEB) LSD 2016-06, SUB-LEASED TO MEGA GLOBAL AIR SERVICES 2017-01.

2 767-3WOER (RB211-524D4D) (627-28149, /96 B-2569; 644-28264, /97 JU-1012), EX-(B-5001), (ALE) LSD 2011-10. EX-(YUN). NOT ETOPS. 18C, 241Y.

1 767-34GER (1050-41519, JU-1021 "GHINGGIS KHAAN), 2013-05. 18C, 241Y.

1 A310-304 (CF6-80C2A2) (526, /90 F-OHPT "CHINGGIS KHAAN"), EX-(DLH), (AFIS) 10 YR LSD. 27C, 187Y.

1 A340-313X (407, TC-SGJ), SAGA (SGZ) WET-LSD 2010-06 FOR SUMMER, EX-(B-HYH).

1 AN-24B (AI-24-II) (77303302, /70 JU-1002) (47301204 2001-09 NOW USED AS A DRINKING BAR!). 48Y.

3 AN-24RV (AI-24VT) (07306207, /70 JU-1003; 17306807, JU-1004), (57310301, /75 JU-1011, TO (CUB) 2004-06. 48Y.

0 AN-26. 2 RETIRED.

0 AN-26B. 1 RETIRED.

0 AN-30. 1 RETIRED.

0 Y-12. 5 RETIRED.

Management:
(definitions)

TAMIR TUMURBAATAR, PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).

JARGALSAIKHAN GUNGAA, PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).

TSOGOO BALTAV, MANAGING DIRECTOR.

S KHUR ELBAATAR, SENIOR VP TECHNICAL.

CAPTAIN BEK, GENERAL MANAGER FLIGHT OPERATIONS (ULNFOOM), (sltsnhuyag.n@miat.co.mn) (r.baterdene@miat.com).

ENKHTUR YONDON, GENERAL MANAGER ENGINEERING (ULNDDOM),
(yo.enkhtur@miat.com.cn) (2001-06).

BAATARSAIKHAN TSAGAACH, GENERAL MANAGER COMMERCIAL.

DEREK CLEMENTS, DIRECTOR OPERATIONS (derek@miat.com) (2003-06).

N ALTANHUYAG, DIRECTOR TECHNICAL SERVICES & ENGINEERING,
(altanhuyag.n@miat.co.mn) (2001-06).

MICHAEL KELLY, DIRECTOR ENGINEERING, (ULNASOM) (kelly@miat.com) (2003-06).

B BAYARAA, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE.

SEAN BRAIDEN, DIRECTOR MARKETING (sean@miat.com) (2003-06).

SEAN CANNING, DIRECTOR FINANCE (canning@miat.com) (2003-06).

O NATSAGDORJ, DIRECTOR ADMINISTRATION (natsagdorj@miat.com) (2003-06).

M ERDENEBATMUNKH, DIRECTOR SAFETY & QUALITY CONTROL (QC) (flightsafety@miat.com) (2001-06).

U TAMIR, SENIOR MANAGER FLIGHT OPERATIONS.

CAPT ENKBAYAR, CHIEF PILOT 737NG.

P NYAM-OCHIR, SENIOR MANAGER ENGINEERING.

S BATMUNKH, SENIOR MANAGER PRODUCTION PLANNING.

KH TSEDEV, BEIJING STATION MANAGER.

 
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