MIAT Directly Links Singapore and Mongolia

For the first time ever, travelers can fly directly between Singapore and Mongolia, as MIAT Mongolian Airlines now services the city-state twice weekly. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, the Mongolian flag carrier flies between Ulaanbaatar’s Chinggis Khaan International and Singapore Changi airports via Beijing using a 174-seat, two-class Boeing 737-800 aircraft. MIAT marks Changi’s fourth new carrier this year—following Uzbekistan Airways, Spring Airways, and VietJet—and the service is intended to provide easier travel to more destinations. Changi links to more than 50 cities in Asia Pacific, while Chinggis Khaan offers direct access to Germany and Russia. Marking the launch are promotional round-trip fares from SGD$670 until October 8, and from SGD$1,050 thereafter until March 31 (if booked by December 31).

For more information, visit Changi Airport or MIAT Mongolian Airlines.

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