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- 1. Sabre Signs Distribution Agreement with Aviation Services Mongolia
Sabre has signed a distribution agreement with Aviation Services Mongolia (ASM). ASM will distribute the Sabre global distribution system (GDS) in Mongolia and has already converted Air Market, Mongolia’s largest travel agency, to the Sabre GDS.
- 2. Mongolia Confirmed as Partner Country of ITB Berlin 2015
Mongolia has been confirmed as the Partner Country of ITB Berlin 2015. Mr. Altangerel Purev, State Secretary at the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Mongolia, said,
- 3. Air Astana Cancels Launch of Flights to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Air Astana has cancelled its planned launch of flights connecting the capitals of Kazakhstan and Mongolia. Air Astana said in a statement that the Astana-Ulaanbaatar flights, which were scheduled to commence on 2 June 2016, have been cancelled due to a “revocation of permission by the Civil Aviation Authority of Mongolia (CAAM)”.
- 4. Mongolia’s Hunnu Air Signs Distribution Agreement with Sabre
Sabre has signed a long-term distribution agreement with Hunnu Air, Mongolia’s second largest carrier. The partnership will help Hunni Air accelerate operations as it expands its network across Mongolia, in line with the country’s growing demand for domestic and regional travel options, along with strategic locations in China and Russia.
- 5. Making a Difference: Korean Air Donates More Computers and School Supplies in Mongolia
Korean Air has again donated computers and school supplies to the National Centre for Lifelong Education in Baganuur, Mongolia. The donation is part of Korean Air’s bid to bridge the digital divide that local students face in Baganuur, Mongolia, where “Korean Air Forest” is located. In 2013, Korean Air started supporting local educational institutions in Baganuur, by donating compu
- 6. Making a Difference: Korean Air Plants Trees in Mongolia
Korean Air has been volunteering for 14 consecutive years to plant trees in Mongolia, and this year is no different. From 15 to 26 May, more than 200 Korean Air employees will be cooperating with 600 local residents to plant trees in Mongolia. This activity is part of Korean Air’s ‘Global Planting Project’ which aims to prevent desertification of the city and save the environment.
- 7. Preferred Signs its First Hotel in Mongolia
Preferred Hotels & Resorts has signed its first member in Mongolia – the brand new The Blue Sky Hotel & Tower. The Blue Sky Hotel & Tower is a 200-room hotel housed within a newly built tower with a glass exterior - currently the tallest and most prominent building in Mongolia.
- 8. Shangri-La Opens Third Hotel in Inner Mongolia
Shangri-La Opens Third Hotel in Inner Mongolia. Shangri-La has expanded its growing portfolio of hotels in the region with the opening of the Shangri-La Hotel, Manzhouli. The city in northeast China shares a 54-kilometre border with Russia and is China’s busiest land port entry. Shangri-La Hotel, Manzhouli is the group’s third hotel in Inner Mongolia following its sister properties
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