Mongolia`s state owned MIAT Mongolian Airlines operates the most extensive international flights into the capital, Ulaanbaatar (UB) from Berlin, Frankfurt, Moscow, Beijing, Seoul, Tokyo and Hong Kong with most modern Boeing airplanes.
The most common gateway to UB can be Beijing as Air China flies regularly from Beijing additionally. The second popular gate is Seoul, Korea as both MIAT and Korean Air operates flights as daily.
If you are coming from Europe, Moscow can be your choice and Russian Airline, Aeroflot flies between Moscow-UB-Moscow. Also Turkish Airline has been flying between Istanbul and UB for 6th year.
There is a new and great way to get to Mongolia for Australians for flying with MIAT through Hong Kong as MIAT has made a special agreement with Cathay Pacific.
Mongolia`s two privately owned domestic airlines Hunnu Air and Aero Mongolia fly secondlt international destinations including Ulan Ude and Irkutsk on Russia`s Baikal Lake and Manzhouli, China.
The most common way to get to Mongolia by rail is Trans-Siberian Railway whether from Moscow (5 days) or Beijing (36 hours). Trans-Siberian Railway goes through Mongolia from Moscow stopping in Irkutsk and Ulan-Ude, before stopping in Ulaanbaatar and continuing to cities of China including Erlian and Beijing. Rail tickets are in options with two or four birth cabins. Trans-Siberian Railway tickets should be booked in very much advance since the tickets are in high demand in high season. Daily trains also run Irkutsk to UB.