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Air Cargo Notes | 11 Jan 2024

Marketing Team

Welcome to this week's edition of Uzbekistan Air Cargo Notes, the first and only newsletter focusing on the latest news and insights into the dynamic air cargo market of Uzbekistan and Central Asia. It's been another busy week with new flight routes, and Turkmen pilots training. Read on to find out more.

Air Cargo Trends

FlyDubai resumes flights to Afghanistan (source)

After 2 years FlyDubai suspended flights to Afghanistan, the airline has resumed regular passenger flights ex Dubai (DXB) to Kabul (KBL) 

The flights will be operated on Boeing 737 equipment twice a week


T’Way Air to operate flights from Seoul to Zagreb (source)

T’way Air a South Korean low-cost carrier plans to operate passenger flights from Seoul, South Korea to Zagreb, Croatia with a stop in Bishkek in July 2024

The flights will be operated on Airbus A330-300 aircraft once a week


Dubai Aviation Corporation to train Turkmen pilots (source)

During the meeting of the Chairman of the Halk Maslahaty of Turkmenistan, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedovand, and the Commercial Director of the Dubai Aviation Corporation (FlyDubai), Hamad Obaidallah, the officials signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) focused on pilot training

The training for pilots will be held by FlyDubai’s renowned training center, certified for Boeing 737 aircraft

Other News

A new route linking Shenzhen and Tashkent (source)

The first Chinese TIR (Transport International Routier) truck departed from the southern city of China, Shenzhen to the capital of Uzbekistan, Tashkent, via a new 6,500-kilometer transportation corridor that runs through Kyrgyzstan

The new route along the China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan corridor will strengthen the connectivity between Shenzhen, a major manufacturing hub in southern China, and Central Asia


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Thank you for reading! We'll get back to you next Thursday with another edition of Uzbekistan Air Cargo Notes. If you missed a newsletter, check out the other editions of our newsletter.

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