MIAT and Cathay Pacific code share cooperation established


MIAT Mongolian Airline and Cathay Pacific have implemented their new codeshare agreement, providing significant growth opportunities for both airline customers. Customers can now book these new codeshare flights for travel.

MIAT Mongolian Airlines will place OM code on Cathay Pacific flights between Hong Kong and Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, Australia and Singapore. On other hand, Cathay Pacific will place CX code on MIAT Mongolian Airlines operated flights between Ulaanbaatar and Hong Kong.

Cathay Pacific Chief Customer and Commercial Officer Paul Loo welcomed the new partnership, saying the agreement underlines the airline’s commitment to provide its customers with enhanced connectivity to an ever-increasing number of new destinations.

“We are very happy to work with MIAT Mongolian Airlines in adding Ulaanbaatar to our expanding global network” said Mr Loo “Mongolia is an attractive destination in that if appeals to both tourists and business travelers alike thanks to its pristine natural landscapes, rich culture and rapid development.Ulaanbaatar is quickly making a name for itself as an important business hub, one which we expect to grow on the back of this new agreement”

MIAT Mongolian Airlines President & CEO Mr Tamir Tumurbaatar said:

“This is a winning step for both airlines and will provide our passengers with convenient access to Australia and Singapore via the super hub in Hong Kong. The code share and interline agreement brings advantages for the passengers of both MIAT Mongolian Airlines and the Cathay Pacific because our route networks complement each other perfectly. This cooperation is very significant for our landlocked country’s national flag carrier.”

This agreement, which expands the route networks of both airlines as well as improve and promote bilateral opportunities for tourism and commercial developments between Mongolia and Asia Pacific.


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