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Uzbekistan Airways flights & tickets

As the name might suggest, Uzbekistan Airways is the flag carrier for the former Soviet republic, having been established by the new Uzbek government in 1992. The airline is primarily an international carrier, taking passengers to Asia, Western Europe and North America. It carries about 2.5 million passengers every year.

Uzbek Airways used to be served by Aeroflot, of the former Soviet Union. When the Union crumbled, Uzbek Airways eventually took possession of many Aeroflot aircraft, which were Russian aircraft.

More than 20 years later, Uzbek Airlines still has about a half-dozen Ilyushin II-114-100 aircraft as part of its fleet, each of them holding up to 54 passengers. Outside of that, Uzbek Airways has 10 Airbus A320 aircraft in its commercial passenger fleet, along with six Boeing 757s, seven 767s and one 787. The airline also has four cargo aircraft, two Airbus A300s and two Boeing 767s.

Why Fly With Uzbekistan Airways

Uzbekistan Airways Key Destinations

Uzbekistan Airways has a robust international itinerary of flights that hit three continents. The airline is based out of Tashkent International Airport, in the capital city of Uzbekistan. Prominent European destinations for Uzbek Airways include Minsk, Paris, Frankfurt, Athens, Rome, Riga, Amsterdam, Madrid, Geneva, St. Petersburg, Moscow and London. Uzbek Airlines serves New York’s JFK airport, plus Asian destinations like Beijing, Mumbai, Jakarta, Tokyo, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Seoul, Bangkok and Hanoi, among others.

Uzbekistan Airways Baggage Allowance

Checked-baggage allowance is pretty straightforward on Uzbek Airways. The allowance for free checked bags is based solely on the fare class without regard to the plane or destination. For business-class passengers, the baggage limit is 66 pounds, while economy-class passengers are allowed 44 pounds of baggage. All passengers are allowed one carry-on item not to exceed 45.25 linear inches.

Uzbekistan Airways Child Transit Information

Uzbekistan Airways does allow for the transport of unaccompanied children from five to 14 years of age, but those who are deemed citizen of Uzbekistan are not allowed to travel unaccompanied, according to a resolution from the Uzbek government. Infants, and children younger than 2 years, may travel with an adult for just 10 percent of the full adult fare, provided the child remains in the adult’s lap. For children requiring their own seat, those seats are available for 60 percent or 67 percent of the fare price depending on class and route. Unaccompanied children from age 5-14 may fly Uzbekistan Airways at the full adult fare and have the same baggage allowances as adults. In addition, for international flights, a an extra fee is charged for a member of Uzbek Airways to be with the child from the time of boarding and deplaning to meet with the adults designated to meet the child at the destination city.

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