Sixt Partners with Mongolian Airlines

MIAT Mongolian Airlines. Photo via Wikimedia.
MIAT Mongolian Airlines. Photo via Wikimedia.

Sixt Mongolia has launched a worldwide partnership with MIAT Mongolian Airlines, the national carrier of Mongolia. The partnership will create benefits of bonus miles and savings to loyalty members of both companies.

Sixt is the first international car rental company in Mongolia and exclusive partner of MIAT Mongolian Airlines.

"We are delighted to be partnering with Mongolian Airlines, the leading airline of Mongolia,” said Max Rettenwender, general manager at Sixt Mongolia. “We are confident that we can offer our customers by working even greater comfort and even more flexibility. Together we will make it a special experience for their travels from Mongolia to Germany, Singapore, South Korea and Russia."

With each Sixt car rental, members of the MIAT-Bonus program’s Blue Sky Mongolia can earn 500 Blue Sky Mongolia Miles. Additionally, according to their status level, members can receive up to a 15% discount on every rental, says the company.

“We are pleased to be cooperating with Sixt by expanding our customer service range by offering car rental options to our passengers in Mongolia, Germany, Singapore, South Korea and Russia,” said Altantsom, MIAT Mongolian Airlines’ director for policy and planning. “… MIAT Mongolian Airlines is seeking to build value and an even more satisfying experience for our customers. By launching the car rental service, passengers of MIAT Company will enjoy the benefit of more convenience and at the same time excellent service from us.”

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