IATA: No complaint on navigation services of Mongolia

2018-01-15 17:46:21
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ On January 15, North Asian Assistant Director for Safety and Flight Operations of International Air Transport Association (IATA) Cheng Shixin, Manager for North Asia and Mongolia O.Enkhbat and representatives of KLM Dutch Airline visited at Civil Aviation Authority of Mongolia (CAA).  
Air Navigation Policy and Regulations Department of the CAA delivered information to the delegates on ongoing and planned works in civil aviation sector especially in direction of air navigation and CAA put some requests, including to increase number of flights passing through Mongolian air space, to raise benefits of air  companies. Moreover the delegates got acquainted with the project progress of new Ulaanbaatar international airport.
The IATA delegates  highly appreciated works and actions by the CAA, noting that Mongolia is a role model in  the region. Also they emphasized that no complain about air navigation services of Mongolia has been risen by airlines and flight teams to the IATA in the recent years and expressed their satisfaction with cooperating with Mongolia.
Within the framework of the visit, CAA Director General  L.Byambasuren met the representatives and expressed his gratitude on supporting works and actions in the civil aviation sector of Mongolia and cooperating in  increasing air navigation charges.