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History

  • After the Second World War, the Council Ministers of the People’s Republic of Mongolia made Read More

  • Minister of Ministry of Military Mr. Gungaa Dugar was appointed as a first Director of Read More
  • Preparation of receiving new aircrafts  Plan for Developing people’s life and infrastructure, civil aviation authority Read More

  • Opening of new international route to Moscow from Ulaanbaatar.

  • Air Transport Department was established under Ministry of Military and Social Security.
  • Team of pilots (Dashdorj.B, Davaadorj.D, Ulziitogtokh.Ts, Tserendorj.G) carries out the first international commercial flight between Read More

  • Civil aviation started operating profitable.

  • The Buyant-Ukhaa aerodrome was constructed as a concrete strip.

  • Extension of Buyant-Ukhaa Airport

  • Air mail flight between Khuvsgul, Khuvd, Bayankhongor, Ulaanbaatar and other provinces was undertaken.

  • The 40th anniversary of Mongolian aviation     carriers carried 133 thousand passengers and 1 Read More

  • Extension of national professional staff

  • New structure arrangement of Airports

  • Member of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)

  • Member of IATA and  SITA system

  • MIAT company become an independent state-owned enterprise and started its operation
  • MIAT and Civil Aviation Administration separated

  • Civil Aviation Administration become an Implementing agency of government of Mongolia

  • Civil Aviation Administration changed its name to The Civil Aviation Authority

  • Main goals are: Development of civil aviation sector; Availability of flight and aviation safety; Upgrade Read More