ATSD provides air traffic and flight information service according to international and local standards and regulations, such as Civil Aviation Regulation-172 certified by “Civil Aviation Authority of Mongolia, as well as providing tactical flight planning service in the airspace of Mongolia for 24 hours. Our mission is to provide safe and efficient air traffic services that meet customers’ demand.
Air traffic management provides flight information and consulting services to aircraft operating in Class A airspace between 6,150 and 14,600 meters in the airspace of Mongolia.
Buyant-Ukhaa International Airport provides air traffic control services for international and domestic aircraft taking off and landing at altitudes of more than 2,100 meters to 6,150 meters and within a radius of 100 km.
From the air traffic control building of the tower, we provide aerodrome management, ground traffic management, flight information, and ATIS information services at Buyant-Ukhaa International Airport.
Informing the relevant authorities about the search and rescue operations and providing them with the necessary assistance and support.
The main purpose is to provide the flight crew with the necessary flight information in the 'G' class airspace from the Artsat-Tuul workplaces and domestic airports.
A flight permit will be issued on behalf of the Civil Aviation Authority. Receiving flight requests and related documents from foreign and domestic air carriers for transit, landing and take-off of Mongolian airspace, long-term, preliminary, operational planning and routine coordination in accordance with air traffic planning and permitting procedures.
To issue permits for non-scheduled and special duty flights during non-working hours, to conduct operational planning, to conduct flight planning and performance studies, to provide relevant organizations, departments and units with information on flight planning and planning changes during working and non-working hours. It is responsible for recording and monitoring international and domestic flight performance.
The technological documents required for the effective organization of air traffic flow planning and safety shall be in accordance with the Civil Aviation Law of Mongolia, the Civil Aviation Code and other relevant laws and regulations, and the standards and requirements of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) develop in accordance with flight planning and performance studies; to ensure the normal operation of the software and electronic devices used in the activities of the office, to ensure the integrity and security of the database, and to develop them based on modern technology.
The Flight Planning and Licensing Service will receive flight requests and related documents from domestic and foreign air carriers, issue long-term, preliminary and operational air traffic planning and issue flight permits on behalf of the Civil Aviation Authority in accordance with air traffic planning permitting procedures.
“Civil Aviation Rules 171” - certified, provides reliable communication, navigation, real observation and reliable power supply services to civil aviation organizations, companies, air carriers and aircraft in flight.
It provides uninterrupted and reliable power supply to all traffic-related communications, navigation, real-time observation equipment and other users.
We aims to enhance air safety through providing surveillance service for ATC based on several surveillance and ATC automation systems such as 7 MSSR Mode S Radars, 9 ADS-B's and Aircon 2100 system.
Communications section provides ground-ground, and air-ground communications services, and their safety and reliability to the parties involved in Air Traffic Control Services with 55 engineers and technicians.
It provides radio navigation services to transit aircraft in Mongolia, Chinggis Khaan International Airport aircraft, and domestic airports.
It is a service for developing and amending visual flight and instrument flight schemes, measuring and documenting the operation of communications and navigation equipment used in civil aviation services during test flights, and ensuring the service life and certification.
The Flight Procedures Development Office was established in accordance with the Order No. A / 161 of the Director General of the Civil Aviation Authority dated May 10, 2010 and is certified in accordance with Part 173.
By acceding to the Chicago Convention on International Civil Aviation in 1989, Mongolia is committed to international civil aviation organizations to provide aviation data / aviation information services on its territory.
To ensure the flow of aeronautical data and aeronautical information necessary for the safety, regularity and efficiency of international air navigation and to be one of the leaders in aeronautical information services environment in Asia-Pacific.
Aeronautical Information Services Division of Civil Aviation Authority of Mongolia is the sole provider of aeronautical information services within the entire territory of Mongolia in accordance with the Civil Aviation Rule 175.
-ARO (ATS) reporting office
-Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP)