More specifically, Mongolian Airlines operated its first ever transatlantic flight and its first ever flight to the Caribbean and South America.
“We are delighted to have taken part in changing the history of MIAT by exploring new opportunities and expanding into other parts of the world. It has definitely been a proud moment for all of us involved,” Zela Aviation chairman Andreas Christodoulides said.
According to an announcement, the carrier offered regular flights between Port-au-Prince in Haiti, to Santiago de Chile, for the period of November – December 2017.
MIAT Mongolian Airlines, the national carrier of Mongolia, currently serves a total of six international destinations in Asia (Beijing, Hong Kong, Seoul, Tokyo) and in Europe (Moscow and Berlin Tegel) plus seasonal flights to Frankfurt. Its flights from Berlin to Ulaanbaatar, the largest city and capital of Mongolia, are the only direct flights between Western Europe and Mongolia.
Zela Aviation, an air charter broking company, is active in most areas of the air transport industry. Since 2015 it has been the GSA of Mongolian Airlines, handling air passenger transportation services for ACMI activity (aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance) outside Mongolia.