The Administrations of the Civil Aviation Authorities of Mongolia and the People's Republic of China held a meeting in Ulaanbaatar on June 18, 2012.
At the meeting Mongolia was represented by the State Secretary of the Ministry of Roads, Transportation, Construction and Urban Development J.Bat-Erdene, where the People’s Republic of China was represented by the Deputy Administrator of the Civil Aviation Administration of China Xia Xinghua.
Social, political and economical relations between Mongolia and China are broadening in all spheres and industries, thus the passenger flow
in between the two countries have been obviously increased. Hence, in order to keep up with such increasing pace and to expand and develop the air travel market, the two countries sat on negotiation table, where they have agreed upon increasing the air carrier number up to two to three times in each of the flight routes.
Accordingly, the flight frequency between the two countries has been increased. More specifically, in routes Ulaanbaatar - Beijing, previously 14 flights were conducted in a week, but the number has been increased to 21 flights a week, also previously 7 flights were in a week to other areas of China and now have been increased to 21 flights a week.
In compliance with the negotiations, Mongolia received permissions to conduct flights
to a total of 10 destinations across China and flights to Bangkok, Thailand and Singapore via Shanghai and Tianjin cities of China. In conclusion, during the meeting the sides have agreed upon forming a working group on establishing an intergovernmental agreement between the two countries on partnership in search and rescue (SAR) fields of the civil aviation sector.