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Operator of aviation, marketing, and food and beverages businesses worldwide. The company offers aircraft components and aircraft engine components; aircrafts, aircraft engines, and flight simulators; consultancy services for the sale and purchase of used aircraft, etc.; airport-related equipment, aviation maintenance equipment, ground support equipment, and aircraft mock-ups; and seats for railway and shipping companies. It also provides insurance products to corporate and personal customers, as well as business process outsourcing services; develops, sells, sub-leases, and manages real estate properties; operates dormitories and housing facilities; manages special airport facilities and nursing facilities; handles environmental management activities; subdivides and sells land and buildings; and offers vacation services. In addition, the company provides cabin service supplies and printed materials, uniforms, medical supplies, and OA equipment; and services in various business fields, such as members’ magazines, catalogues, pamphlets for sales promotions, packaging materials, gift boxes for sweets, accountable forms, and other published matters, as well as for Websites, smartphone applications, and other digital media; and event and promotion services at airports. Further, it offers novelties and campaign products; purchases and supplies in-flight shopping items; distributes products to airlines and airport duty free shops; operates inflight mail order magazines, direct mail order catalogues, and electronic commerce sites; operates airport shops and restaurants; and provides specialty products, gourmet food products, and food gifts. Additionally, the company offers in-flight meals and refreshments; imports and distributes frozen marine products, fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables, and flowers; and distributes wines and sparkling wines.

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Mongolia’s New Ulaanbaatar International Airport starts operations

Jul 5, 2021

05 Jul 2021 (Last Updated July 5th, 2021 09:27) NUBIA LLC will be in charge of the New Ulaanbaatar International Airport operations for the coming 15 years. Share Article Narita International Airport, Mitsubishi Corporation, Japan Airport Terminal and JALUX are part of a joint venture that was formed in 2019 with the Mongolian Government to operate the new airport. Credit: NUBIA LLC. Mongolia’s New Ulaanbaatar International Airport (NUBIA), also known as Chinggis Khaan International Airport, has officially commenced operations. To mark the airport’s opening, an Ulan Bator-Tokyo flight managed by the Mongolian national carrier MIAT took off on 4 July 2021. Narita International Airport (NAA), Mitsubishi Corporation (MC), Japan Airport Terminal (JAT) and JALUX are part of a joint venture (JV), which was formed in 2019 with the Mongolian Government to operate the new airport. As per the concession agreement, NUBIA LLC will be responsible for the airport’s operations for the next 15 years. Initially, the new airport was slated to begin operations last year, but the opening was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The airport is expected to serve as the main airport, replacing Buyant-Ukhaa International Airport (ULN) that served 1.61 million passengers in 2019. After the transfer of all assets from the Buyant-Ukhaa International Airport, the new airport has been made ready for passenger traffic and flight operations. The airport features around 30 buildings, including a three-storey passenger terminal, an air traffic control (ATC) tower, an operations building and a 3,600m-long concrete runway. It also consists of a 3,339m-long and 23m-wide parallel taxiway, two rapid taxiways, as well as three exit taxiways. In a joint statement, the partners said: “In operating the new airport, NUBIA will be taking advantage of the combined expertise of its four shareholders. MC boasts a strong track record in airports and other infrastructure projects in Japan and around the world, while NAA and JAT operate Narita International Airport and the passenger terminal buildings at Haneda Airport (HND), respectively.” Meanwhile, JALUX will manage the airport’s retail businesses. Currently, NUBIA is planning to expand the number of routes and flights servicing Ulaanbaatar in the coming years. It will also focus on strengthening the new airport’s services and profitability, along with the development of in-terminal commercial facilities. Related Companies

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