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MIAT Mongolian airline welcomes new Boeing 787-9 Dream liner


Boeing 787 has advanced engines and lightweight design not only ensure remarkable fuel savings but also promise a serene travel experience for passengers, characterized by minimal cabin noise and top-tier amenities.
Boeing 787 has advanced engines and lightweight design not only ensure remarkable fuel savings but also promise a serene travel experience for passengers, characterized by minimal cabin noise and top-tier amenities.

MIAT, Mongolia's National Flag Carrier, marked another milestone in its journey towards transport modernization with the reception of its second Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner on April 25, 2024.


Renowned for its cutting-edge technology and exceptional fuel efficiency, the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner represents a significant asset for MIAT. Its advanced engines and lightweight design not only ensure remarkable fuel savings but also promise a serene travel experience for passengers, characterized by minimal cabin noise and top-tier amenities.

 

The aircraft's cargo capacity, amounting to 20 tons, underscores its pivotal role in enhancing cargo transportation links between Asia and Europe. With the potential to facilitate the carriage of up to 10,000 tons of cargo annually from Mongolia, it stands as a testament to MIAT's commitment to bolstering trade and connectivity in regional and international arenas. Mongolian airline


Primed for long-haul journeys, the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner opens up new horizons for Mongolia's air travel ambitions. Plans are underway to leverage its capabilities for establishing direct routes to key destinations such as the USA, Singapore, and Australia.


In his remarks, Prime Minister Oyun-Erdene highlighted, "Mongolia achieved a significant milestone last year by welcoming 600 thousand tourists and generating USD 1.2 billion in tourism revenue, establishing itself as a premier travel destination. As we embark on the journey of rapid tourism development in 2024, MIAT's expanded fleet underscores our commitment to providing world-class air travel experiences."


The Premier further elaborated on the benefits of air transport liberalization, stating, "The liberalization of air transport has paved the way for direct flights from Mongolia to 155 cities across 42 countries in 2023, with projections indicating an expansion to 379 destinations in 52 countries by 2024. This policy shift has catalyzed a 3.5-fold increase in international flights and passenger traffic within the civil aviation sector, accompanied by a notable reduction in international and domestic flight tariffs, benefitting travelers and stakeholders alike."


 source; gogo.mn

 

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