Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation in the aviation sector between the Ministry of Road and Transport Development of Mongolia and the Ministry of Transport of the Czech Republic was signed on 23 November 2021 during the virtual meeting between the Vice Minister Mr. Bat-Erdene Jalavsuren and his Czech counterpart Mr. Jan Sechter from the Ministry of Transport of the Czech Republic.
The Memorandum of Understanding offers a great opportunity and environment to encourage and support aviation sector cooperation and business between Mongolia and Czech Republic in many areas such as general aviation, air rules and regulations, technical cooperation, training, aviation safety, aviation infrastructure development, joint projects and so on.
The Czech Republic has vast expertise and experience in aviation business and ranks among top countries in the fields of aviation especially in general aviation. It has more than 100 years of experience and currently has 290 airports, airfields and runways, with more than 40 companies manufacturing 57 types of various aircrafts, medium and small.
Mongolia has previous experience using Czech made L-410 aircrafts. With the opening of the new Chinggis Khaan International Airport in Ulaanbaatar, the old Buyant-Ukhaa International Airport will be used for aviation purposes, especially for the development of general aviation activities, pilot and aviation training, humanitarian purposes and so on. The sides also they exchanged views on the possibilities of jointly using the existing capacity of the old airport for cooperation purposes such as general aviation pilot training, small aircraft assembly and repair. The sides also exchanged opinion with regards to possibilities of opening direct flights between Ulaanbaatar and Prague and voiced their support if the designated air operators of both sides are interested in opening flights on this route.
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