The National Civil Aviation Center works with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) a specialized agency of the UN, the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the Airport Council International (ACI), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the European Union, JICA, KOICA and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation to expand multilateral cooperation.The National Civil Aviation Center cooperates with above mentioned organizations by exchanging information, implementing projects and programs, as well as conducting human resource training.
In connection with the establishment of the National Civil Aviation Center, electronic letters and brochures were submitted in English and Mongolian to provide information to these organizations.
COOPERATION WITH FOREIGN EMBASSIES IN MONGOLIA:
In order to introduce National Civil Aviation Center, meetings were held with the Embassy of the United States of America in Mongolia and the Embassy of France in Mongolia to discuss further cooperation. Meetings with other diplomatic missions will be held in cooperating in aviation industry as part of the efforts to further expand bilateral cooperation.
COOPERATING WITH INTERNATIONAL TRAINING ORGANIZATIONS
National Civial Aviation Center is one of the organizations that pays special attention to human resource development and specialization. National Civil Aviation Center is a member state of the International Civil Aviation Organization, International Air Transport Association, the Airports Council International, and International Civil Aviation Cooperation. In connection with the outbreak of coronavirus in 2020, all foreign trainings are being organized virtually. As of the first quarter of 2021 there are 5 employees who were selected by the Singapore Aviation Academy and received a fellowship to take part in various trainings under the Singapore Cooperation Program.
Initiated by Department of Law and Cooperation of National Civil Aviation Center, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed with Mongolian Tourism Organization, an agency established by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism. Under this memorandum, following programs were introduced.
Tourist Friendly Airport – Multi-Stakeholder forum
The aim of the forum is to enhance coordination between civil aviation and tourism sectors in the development of tourism in Mongolia in accordance with Article 3.4.4 “Improving tourism products, services, quality and standards, increasing competitiveness, and growing the number of citizens and tourists to one million” of the Government Action Plan 2020-2024 approved by the Parliament Resolution No. 24 of 2020, and in accordance with Article 4.4.7 of the “Vision 2050” long-term development policy developed by the Government of Mongolia which will be implemented in 2021-2030 approved by the Parliament Resolution No. 52 of 2020.
In order to support local airports, National Civil Aviation Center is cooperating with telecommunications companies to deploy advanced technologies in local airports. There are 19 airports in Mongolia and 9 of them are currently in operation. We are in talks with Unitel Group to sign a cooperation agreement.
Unitel Group is a NATIONAL GROUP that has made significant contributions to the Mongolian economy and information technology sector by providing a comprehensive range of services such as mobile communication, IPTV, internet, landline triple play, satellite communication, broadband network, satellite network and mobile contents.
We have created our VLOG channel and are working to start official vlogs of National Civil Aviation Center that will aim to introduce Mongolian civil aviation sector to the public. Not only past generations of aviation professionals but also people who are working for the sector will be featured in Flying Nomads. In 2021, a total of 10 vlogs will be posted on social media platforms. The vlog will cover following topics:
The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) in Mongolia called for proposals for art and culture projects with the aim to foster local cultural identity and artistic diversity and encourage the creative use of art for social transformation and development in Mongolia. We have submitted our expression of interest to participate in the bidding along with project proposal to improve current condition of the Civil Aviation Museum. We are planning to send out our project proposal to international organizations who want to support art and cultural projects.