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Uzbekistan Airways starts two weekly flights on Mumbai-Tashkent route

Uzbekistan Airways JSC, the national carrier of Uzbekistan, today launched twice weekly flights from Mumbai to Tashkent.

The airline has been operating regular flights to New Delhi since over two decades now, and currently operating daily flights to Tashkent with onward connections to Europe, USA, Middle East and all of Central Asia.

The flight on Tuesday from Mumbai leaves at 5.40 am to reach Tashkent at 9.10 am, on the return leg, the flight leaves Tashkent at 11.20 pm to land in Mumbai at 4.10 am.

The second flight operating on Saturday leaves Mumbai at 3.05 pm to land in Tashkent at 6.35 pm. On its return, the flight leaves Tashkent at 8.50 am, to land in Mumbai at 1.40 pm.

For Mumbai route, the airline has deployed its A320 Neo aircraft on the route.

All passenger sales for Uzbekistan Airways are managed by its New Delhi-based PSA, Aero World Travels & India Sales & BSP Consolidator Arya Enterprises.

Ajay Arya, Managing Director, Arya Enterprises and Aero World Travels, comes with the experience of heading Soviet and CIS carriers for more than four decades. He has been focussed on supporting Uzbekistan Airways in all its endeavours and spreading its wings all over the India and beyond destinations. His initiatives have helped develop Uzbekistan as a favourable tourism and MICE destination ex India over the past couple of decades.

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