Mongolia Chinggis Khaan Private Jet Charter

Chinggis Khaan International Airport is also known as New Ulaanbaatar International Airport. It is an international airport located in Mongolia’s Sergelen, Töv, Khöshig Valley, 52 km south of the capital Ulaanbaatar and 20 km southwest of Zuunmod. It started its operations on July 4, 2021 and serves as the primary airport for the capital city of Ulaanbaatar and the metropolitan area. The airport has replaced the Buyantu Khan International Airport. Named after Chinggis Khaan (1162-1227), the airport is the largest air facility in the country and serves as a hub for all major Mongolian airlines.

The airport has been designed to have the capacity to carry 1.100 passengers per hour and two million passengers per year, and its cargo capacity has been determined as 11.900 tons. Although the port is used for private jet flights, Buyantu Khan International Airport is primarily planned for private jets and diplomatic flights.

Chinggis Khaan International Airport is managed by New Ulaanbaatar International Airport LLC, which has been responsible for the airport’s operations for 15 years.

Mongolia Manila private jet charter prices

Although Chinggis Khaan Airport air charter fees depend on variables such as the number of passengers, departure airport, flight time, aircraft position, flight date, the prices for private jet charter from Istanbul → Ulaanbaatar are as follows.

Heavy Jet83.500 EUR
Long Range Jet112.800 EUR
VIP Airliner178.250 EUR
Heavy Jet (10-16 seats), Long Range Jet (13-16 seats), VIP Airliner (17-60 seats)

These prices are average amounts and you can contact us on our flight reservation screen or by phone for the most accurate price information.

History of Chinggis Khaan International Airport

Buyantu Khan International Airport, the former main airport of Ulaanbaatar, was located near two mountains to the south and east, so only one end of its runway could be used and was often adversely affected by weather events, so the Mongolian government decided to build a new airport. Initial planning for the airport was done in 2006 with the assistance of the Japanese government.

In May 2008, a 40-year soft loan agreement of 28.8 billion Yen (385 million USD) at 0,2% interest was signed between the Government of Mongolia and the Bank for International Cooperation of Japan to build a new international airport. Between 2009 and 2011 Azusa Sekkei and Oriental Consultants Joint Venture prepared the design and tender documentation for the airport. In 2011, a call for tender was made for the construction of the airport, and the Mitsubishi-Chiyoda Joint Venture (MCJV) won the technical tender. An extended price review and contract negotiation was completed on May 10, 2013 with the signing of the main construction contract between MCJV and the Mongolian Civil Aviation Authority.

The groundbreaking ceremony took place on April 22, 2012. It started first with the protection of the construction site from flooding. Other work in progress included the construction of the power line from Nalaikh. The main construction lasted from May 2013 to April 2020. Concrete pouring for the control tower began on September 13, 2013. On January 29, 2014, the airport’s electrical substation construction was completed and connected to the Mongolia central grid. The construction of the six-lane, 30 km long highway to Ulaanbaatar started in May 2016 and was completed in 2019.

Although the initial opening date was scheduled for December 2016, most of the construction only ended in 2017, and the airport’s opening has been repeatedly delayed to 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021. While the initial delays in the project focused on contract negotiations regarding the operation and ownership of the airport and delays in the construction of the highway to Ulaanbaatar, it was set to open in 2020, but was finally delayed to 2021 due to the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak in Mongolia.

Operations at the airport began with the inaugural flight to Tokyo by MIAT Mongolian Airlines on July 4, 2021, flying to Ulaanbaatar-Narita-Ulaanbaatar with a Boeing 737.

Mongolia travel guide

Mongolia is an adventure destination where travelers can experience vast, untouched landscapes and learn about nomadic culture. Mongolia is a country with stunning countryside, vast steppes, rugged mountains, crystal clear lakes, and an abundance of wildlife and livestock.

Among the important touristic places of the country, Ulaanbaatar City Museum, which was used as a government building until the 1900s and turned into a museum in 1912, Gandantegchinlen Monastery, one of the most impressive Buddhist monasteries in the world, Choijin Lama Temple and Monastery, the construction of which began in 1904 and was completed in 4 years, The Zaisan Monument, built to commemorate the Soviet and Mongolian peoples, the Statue of Chinggis Khaan, one of the largest statues in the world, the Gobi Desert, which has become the symbol of Central Asia, the Mongolian National Museum, where artifacts from the Stone Age are exhibited, Chinggis Khaan Square, the country’s most important and largest square, Terelj National Park, the largest park in the country, the Marco Polo Statue located in the very center of the capital, and the Zanabazar Fine Arts Museum, which houses the rarest works of Buddhist art, can be considered.

Transport information for Chinggis Khaan International Airport

The airport is connected to the highway to the capital and shuttle buses operate from four points in Ulaanbaatar: Dragon Bus Terminal, Buyant Ukhaa, Ulaanbaatar train station and Dunjingarav Market, expected travel time is 80-100 minutes one way. About 60 taxis are also available to serve passengers.