CDB Aviation, a wholly owned Irish subsidiary of China Development Bank Financial Leasing Company, Limited has announced the signing of a lease agreement with a Mongolian domestic airline, Hunnu Air, for a fleet of four Embraer E190 aircraft.
The E190 aircraft will support the carrier’s domestic and regional network, which now operates flights within Mongolia and to China and Russia from its Chinggis Khaan International Airport base.
The E190s, configured in a two-class layout featuring 92 economy and 6 business class seats, are expected to deliver to the airline in May 2019, and in 2020 and 2021.
Hunnu Air is a privately-owned Mongolian airline that performs more than seventy percent of the overall domestic scheduled services from its Ulaanbaatar hub, also supplies charter flights to Mongolian mining sites, including Oyu Tolgoi. The company also conducts international scheduled and charter services to the neighboring countries, such as Russia and China.
Hunnu Air (Ulaanbaatar) has just announced it will operate twice-weekly summer seasonal flights to Paris (CDG) from June 9 to August 29. The company is planning to add an Airbus A330-200 for the route.
Copyright Photo: Akira Uekawa/AirlinersGallery.com. Airbus A319-112 JU-8888 (msn 1750) taxies at Shizuoka/Mount Fuji.
Mongolian Airlines Group (Ulaanbatar) on April 18, 2013 changed its name to the pictured Hunnu Air – Wings of Mongolia to avoid any confusion with MIAT Mongolian Airlines. Besides operating Fokker 50 aircraft on domestic routes in Mongolia, the carrier operates two Airbus A319s on scheduled routes from Ulaanbaatar to Bankgok, Hong Kong and Shanghai (SHA).
The pictured Airbus A319-112 JU-8888 (msn 1750), named the “Great Mongol”, conducted a charter flight to Shizuoka/Mount Fuji, Japan on August 17, 2013.
Copyright Photo: Akira Uekawa/AirlinersGallery.com. YU-8888 taxies to runway 12 at FSZ as flight MR 8136 bound for the Ulaanbaatar base.