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Air Cargo Notes | 23 Nov 2023

Marketing Team | Delta Global Solutions

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. This week we are reporting on the Central Asia Aviation Summit 2023, new airline routes, and road transport connectivity. Read on to find out more.

Air Cargo Trends

Central Asia Aviation Summit 2023 was held in Tashkent (source)

During the Central Asia Aviation Summit 2023 conference, delegates from various sectors including airlines, airports, travel agencies, air cargo providers, and aircraft manufacturers will engage in discussions about the evolving landscape of the extensive regional passenger and cargo market in Asia and nearby nations on 23 November 2023

Leaders from airlines and airports in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Moldova, and other neighboring nations, along with prominent representatives from international leasing companies and financial institutions, were invited to serve as speakers and participants


Batik Air (ID) to operate direct passenger flights ex Kuala Lumpur to Tashkent VV (source)

Batik Air (ID) will operate its inaugural passenger flight to Tashkent on 15 December 2023

The regular turnaround flights are scheduled on Fridays and will be operating on Airbus A330 equipment 


Jazeera Airways (J9) is set to launch flights to Fergana (source)

Jazeera Airways (J9), the low-cost airline based in Kuwait, intends to operate flights ex Kuwait to Fergana VV starting in December 2023

The regular flights will operate three times per week on a medium-haul Airbus A320neo aircraft

Other News

Kazakhstan's new railway line to decrease transit time by 40% (source)

The construction of a new railway line is expected to reduce the load on the Almaty node by redirecting the cargo flow to the Zhetygen-Kazybek Bek railway resulting in shorter transit time

The railway transportation of cargo between Kazakhstan and China achieved unprecedented levels, surpassing 23 million tons and adding pressure to the Almaty railway station

Local companies will play a role in manufacturing sleepers, rails, and transformers, and will also provide inert materials such as sand and crushed stone


Connecting Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan via a new road (source)

Kazakhstan put forward an initiative to build the “Beineu – Shalkar” highway connecting the western regions of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan which will become a part of the 8th TRACECA road corridor

To enhance its capabilities, Kazakhstan, in collaboration with Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Turkey, plans to execute roadmaps aimed at removing obstacles and increasing capacity


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