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Mongolian Airlines to Launch Hong Kong Flights

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MIAT Mongolian Airlines, the national flag carrier of Mongolia, has chosen Hong Kong as its second flight destination in China after Beijing.

The airline will launch scheduled direct services between Hong Kong and Mongoliaís capital city, Ulaanbaatar, on 2 June 2011.

The non-stop route between Hong Kong and Ulaanbaatar will be served by a Boeing 737-800 aircraft every Thursday and Sunday, providing 12 seats for business class and 150 seats for economy class.

On Thursday, the flight departs Hong Kong at 11:55am and departs Ulaanbaatar at 6:25am; on Sunday, it departs Hong Kong at 1:05pm and departs Ulaanbaatar at 7:40am.

The best time in a year to visit Mongolia is from May to October when its weather is warm and pleasant. HKSAR passport holders can enjoy the convenience of visa-free access to Mongolia and stay for up to 14 days.

Travel Trade Event in Hong Kong

Mongolian Airlines will hold an Inaugural Appreciation Event on 28 April 2011 at the InterContinental Grand Stanford Hotel. Representatives from Mongolian Airlines and a number of travel trade professions from Mongolia will introduce the airline and offer other useful travel information during the event. Trade partners are welcome to attend. Contact Mongolian Airlines for more information.

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