- Improve the use of airport infrastructure and increase flight intensity
- Improving the airport safety management
- Improve human resource management of the “Buyant Ukhaa” International Airport
- Expanding international and domestic partnerships and cooperation, entering new innovations and markets
- Provide on-demand, stable and efficient airport service
“BECOME AN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CENTER FOR SAFE AVIATION OPERATIONS, INTERNATIONAL TRAINING, AIRCRAFT PARKING AND STORAGE AND COMPLETE GENERAL AVIATION SERVICES AIRPORT”
1930s: The area where the current Buyant Ukhaa airport is located was used as a military aviation airport of the Soviet Union.
1957: “Civil Air Transport” organization was established for the first time in Mongolia on February 22, by the resolution of the Council of Ministries of Republic of Mongolia, and the airport was established under the name of “Ulaanbaatar city Buyant Ukhaa Airport”.
Year 1958: Buyant Ukhaa International Airport was established due to flights between Ulaanbaatar – Irkutsk, Russia and Beijing, China were started by Il-14 aircraft.
Year 1960-1961: Expansion of the airport resulted in a 2,600 meter long, 49 meter wide, 10-28 cm thick cement concrete paved runway on sand graved compacted soil.
1986: The current airport facility was built.
1994-1997: Expanded with financing from Asian Development Bank loan, the Buyant Ukhaa International Airport become a Category 4D aerodrome capable of handling heavy lift aircraft as defined by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) code, renewed into airport and ground handling facilities with modern equipped with equipment.
1995: Became a member of “Airports Council International (ACI) and actively participated in the international operations of civil air transportation activities.
2005: By resolution No.255 of the Government of Mongolia its name changed to “Chingis Khan” International Airport.
2016: The 11th Asia – Europe high level meeting was held in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia. About 5.000 delegates from 51 countries were participated and Buyant Ukhaa International Airport sent off a highly organized manner and operated 78 special, 133 international, 87 local total 298 flights successfully.
2017: 54th meeting of the Directors General of Civil Aviation of Asia and the Pacific region held in Ulaanbaatar, 400 presentative from 40 countries and 12 international civil aviation organizations participated and Buyant Ukhaa International Airport successfully arranged the welcome and farewell program of the delegations in a excellent level.
On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the establishment of “Chinggis Khaan” International Airport under the Civil Aviation Authority of Mongolia, which is considered to be the largest in the country and known as the gateway to the blue sky, the Government of Mongolia highly appreciated the 60-years achievements and success awarded the highest state award “Red Flag Order of Labor Merit” by the order of the President of Mongolia.
2019: Served to 1.600.000 passengers, the year with the highest number of passengers in its history.
Pursuant to Mongolian Government Resolution No. 455 on December 18, 2019, “Buyant-Ukhaa” International Airport is designated as a reserve airport for international and local flights, general aviation, aviation training, chartered, special and special duty flights, aircraft repair, service and emergency, civil aviation and other activities to operate under the Civil Aviation Authority of Mongolia.
2020: Continued operations under the name “Buyant Ukhaa” International Airport from date of July 1.
2021: From July 4, “Buyant Ukhaa” International Airport’s commercial flight operations have been transferred to “Chingis Khan” International Airport in Khushgiin Valley, Tuv Province.
On December 31, 2021 “Buyant Ukhaa” International Airport received a limited aerodrome activation certificate.
A global spread of the new type of corona virus infection, COVID-19, we acted with high responsibility in welcoming our people from abroad within framework of the relevant rules and regulations of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the World Health Organization.