Boe­ing MA to oin M AT Mon­go­lian Air­lines leet

India Strategic - - APPOINTMENTS -

ULA A N B A ATA R , MON­GO­LIA. Boe­ing and MIAT Mon­go­lian Air­lines ( Mon­golyn Ir­genii Agaaryn Teever) an­nounced April 3 the airline’s de­ci­sion to lease two 737 MAX air­planes from Avolon, a global air­craft leas­ing com­pany.

The airline plans to in­tro­duce the new 737 MAX air­planes in early 2019 as it looks to bol­ster its sin­gle- aisle fleet. “The 737 MAX will be­come a cor­ner­stone in our fleet mod­erni­sa­tion strat­egy as we look to in­tro­duce new air­planes to our cus­tomers in the years to come,” said Tamir Tu­mur­baatar, Pres­i­dent and CEO, MIAT Mon­go­lian Air­lines. “These fuel ef­fi­cient air­planes will help us re­alise our goals of driv­ing down op­er­a­tional costs and ex­pand­ing the re­gional net­work, while also pro­vid­ing our val­ued cus­tomers and pas­sen­gers with an un­matched flying ex­pe­ri­ence.”

MIAT is a lead­ing na­tional car­rier ded­i­cated to con­nect­ing Mon­go­lia with the rest of the world by pro­vid­ing air trans­porta­tion ser­vices of the high­est qual­ity, re­li­a­bil­ity and ef­fi­ciency. Based in Ulaan­baatar, the airline cur­rently op­er­ates a fleet of three Next-Gen­er­a­tion 737s and two 767 air­planes.

Boe­ing’s 737 MAX fam­ily is the fastest- sell­ing air­plane in Boe­ing his­tory, ac­cu­mu­lat­ing more than 3,600 orders.

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