MIAT presents new B767-300ER - High-quality on-board services

10.07.2013
MIAT Mongolian Airlines is enhancing the service experience for its customers and has added the new Boeing 767-300ER to its fleet. With this addition, the airline is focussing on significantly improving on-board services, enhancing its aircraft interiors and extending the scope of its customer service.

The new aircraft has been in service on the Berlin–Ulan Bator route since June. Named Genghis Khan, the 767-300ER is the first aircraft of its kind to be delivered directly to MIAT. 220 seats, a comfortable interior and an extensive range of service offerings with individual entertainment systems, video on demand, touch screen controllers and a large selection of films in Mongolian, English and German will be available to passengers.

'We are proud to be operating our brand-new Boeing on the Berlin–Ulan Bator route and thus linking Western Europe and Mongolia', said Till Litsch, Sales Manager Germany of MIAT Mongolian Airlines. 'The high-quality interior of the Boeing 767-300ER and individual on-board services will fulfil the high expectations of our customers as regards airline service and ensure passengers have a pleasant flight.'

'We look forward to the operation of the new B767-300ER on the Ulan Bator route. By increasing passenger capacity and extending its scope of services, the airline is making a clear commitment to the location of Berlin', said Till Bunse, Head of Marketing & Sales at Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH. 'MIAT Mongolian Airlines is one of our key partners. Around 36,000 passengers flew this route in 2012. We wish MIAT Mongolian Airlines all the best for all future flights.'

Attractive corporate rates

MIAT Mongolian Airlines offers business travellers attractive corporate rates and outstanding in-flight comfort. Business Class is fitted with 25 seats that are 163 centimetres apart and reclinable to 160 degrees. The 195 seats in Economy Class are 79 centimetres apart and likewise offer plenty of legroom.

The only direct connection from Western Europe to Mongolia

MIAT Mongolian Airlines offers the only direct connection from Western Europe to Mongolia from Berlin Tegel. Passengers from all over Germany will be transported here by airberlin feeder flights and Rail & Fly from over 6,000 train stations.

Flight schedule

MIAT Mongolian Airlines will operate a direct flight to the long-haul destination of Ulan Bator every Tuesday and Saturday, departing at 3.50 p.m. The flight time is 7 hours 50 minutes. MIAT Mongolian Airlines will fly via Moscow to Ulan Bator every Thursday and Sunday at 3.35 p.m. The flight time is 9 hours 40 minutes. Passengers travelling to Moscow are also welcome on this route.

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