Mongolia's Hunnu Air prepares for Paris launch

Mongolia's Hunnu Air prepares for Paris launch
Mongolian carrier Hunnu Air has announced its first ever long-haul service, with plans to serve Paris this summer.
The airline, was previously known as Mongolian Airlines and is likely to operate a A319 aircraft on the route with an intermediate technical stop, reports sister website Routesonline.com. The carrier is due to take delivery of a leased Airbus A330-200 in 2015.

Hunnu Air will offer a twice-weekly service between June 9 and August 29.

It will be the only non-stop flight between Ulaan Bataar and France and only the second European market to be served directly from Mongolia after Germany, which has been linked to Ulaan Bataar by the flights of MIAT - Mongolian Airlines from Berlin and Frankfurt.

Hunnu Air launched operations in February 2012 and has focused on serving the domestic Mongolian market.

It launched international flights in June 2012 with the launch of flights between Ulaan Bataar and Hong Kong. It has since expanded with flights to Bangkok (from June 2013) and Shanghai (from February 2013 , although this route was closed in October 2013).

Hunnu Air also offers seasonal charter flights to several Japanese cities and destinations in Russia and this year added a link to Manzhouli, in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China.

The international routes are all served by two Airbus A319s configured in a two-class arrangement with 12 Business Class and 108 Economy seats.

Source:http://www.routes-news.com/
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