The national air carrier Uzbekistan Airways will start regular flights on the Tashkent-Vladivostok-Tashkent route from September 15, the company announced.
According to the information, the regular passenger flights between Tashkent and Vladivostok will be performed once a week.
Uzbekistan Airways noted that only charter flights had been previously carried out in this direction.
Flights will be performed on comfortable Boeing-767 airplanes on Saturdays.
It was earlier reported that the Russian airline Aeroflot had increased the frequency of flights on the Moscow-Tashkent-Moscow route from August.
The airline started carrying out two additional flights on Mondays and Saturdays.
Another Russian air carrier – Ural Airlines – has resumed the regular flights on the Moscow (Domodedovo) – Karshi (Uzbekistan) route from the August 1.
Ural Airlines has also launched a new regular Sochi-Tashkent flight since July 18. (AzerNews/Business World Magazine)
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