One of only 2 ways to enter Mongolia is by air plane. Nowadays getting to Mongolia from different parts of the world is becoming easier and easier thanks to the Mongolian and other Foreign Airlines like Air China, Korean Air, Aeroflot etc.. Many airlines now fly to a variety of international destinations which are easy stopover points for any traveler coming from the USA, Europe, Australia and other Asian countries.
INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS To/From ULAANBAATAR, MONGOLIA. Chinggis Khaan International Airport outside of Ulaanbaatar (located just 18 km to the southwest of Ulaanbaatar) is the only airport in Mongolia that offers international flights. Direct flights are available from Istanbul (Turkey), Berlin (German), Moscow (Russia), Beijing (China), Seoul (Korea), and Tokyo (Japan).
• Beijing, China
• Seoul, Korea
• Moscow, Russia
• Berlin, German
• Tokyo, Japan
• Osaka, Japan
• Hong Kong
DOMESTIC FLIGHTS To/From ULAANBAATAR, MONGOLIA
Hunnu Air: http://www.hunnuair.com/
Aero Mongolia: http://www.aeromongolia.mn
Trains - Most of the travelers from Russia and China to Mongolia directly travel along the Trans-Mongolian railway line One of the most exciting railroads in the world is the Trans-Siberian Railway runs from Moscow to Vladivostock. There are several branches on the line, one which goes through Mongolia. The Trans-Mongolian Railway is connected to the Trans-Siberian by a branch line from Ulan-Ude, providing a link between the Russia and China. The total distance from Moscow to Ulaanbaatar is 6304 km, and from Moscow to Beijing is 7865 km. The Trans-Mongolian covers 1000 km from Russian border to the Chinese border passing through Ulaanbaatar and several other towns. Travelers can catch train in Moscow (or St. Petersburg) or in Beijing (or HongKong and Hanoi).