Mongolian Airlines has come under criticism for launching charter flights without approval from the Korean government. According to the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs Tuesday, Mongolia’s flagship carrier has been selling tickets on three weekly chartered flights since June without a green light from the authorities. Passengers holding the unauthorised tickets have only been able to board an aircraft when seats on regular flights become vacant. Some travellers have been forced to fly to Japan and other countries to take a flight operated by other airlines affiliated with Mongolian Airlines.
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