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History of National Uzbekistan Airlines

After collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, Uzbekistan, as a newly independent state, inherited extensive infrastructure including airports, fleet of liners and well-trained staff of pilots and technicians from former Soviet Aeroflot Airlines. The Government decided in 1992 to establish a national company to deal with air transportation, it was called Uzbekistan Airways (Uzbekiston Havo Yullari in Uzbek language).

Since that time, the Airways has grown into a reliable and reputed carrier, now operating flights to over 50 global destinations. Uzbekistan Airways boasts a modern fleet of jet liners among which are new Boeing, Airbus and Russian Ilyushin aircraft.

The Air company also owns 11 airports in the country, of which 5 are international status airports. Uzbekistan Airways is now negotiating joining the SkyTeam Alliance. The company is government-owned, and talks have been underway since 2007 to sell a share of the airlines to foreign investors.


Korean Air started flights to Navoi International Airport

28 August 2009
Korean Airlines has been operated flights to the Navoi International Airport over one year now.

EXPO.UZ Exhibition

18 August 2009
Best Product & Technology EXPO took place in Tashkent.

Uzbekistan airways introduced e-tickets

01 June 2008
Keeping pace with the global trends in the airline business, Uzbekistan Air company decided to introduce electronic tickets (e-tickets) for international flights...

Book hotels in Uzbekistan

10 July 2010
Book Hotels in Uzbekistan cities with a discount...

Tour Guides for Uzbekistan and Central Asia

10 February 2017
Book Tour guides and sherpas in Uzbekistan and Central Asia. Full list with profiles.