Japan firms to build airport in Mongolia

Victoria
By Victoria May 14, 2013 10:53

Japan firms to build airport in Mongolia

Mitsubishi Corp. and Chiyoda Corp. stated yesterday that they will build a new international airport in Mongolia. Under their accord with the Civil Aviation Authority of Mongolia, their roughly ¥50 billion project to create a new airport on the plains 50 km southwest of Ulan Bator will make use of Japanese technology and loans, the two firms said in a joint press release. The project will include creating a 3,600-meter runway for large aircraft and a terminal for 2 million passengers per year, and the supply of air traffic control systems, the two firms said.
The only international airport currently is Chinggis Khaan International Airport, but takeoffs and landings are restricted due to climatic conditions and the airport’s proximity to the mountains.

Victoria
By Victoria May 14, 2013 10:53
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