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Air Cargo Notes | 25 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 Korean Air's decision to stop operating flights to Uzbekistan, World2Fly plans to connect Madrid and Tashkent, and Chinese-Uzbek negotiations to increase passenger flights to 100 per week. Read on to find out more.

Air Cargo Trends

Korean Air to stop operating flights to Tashkent (source)

Korean Air will stop operating passenger flights ex Seoul to Tashkent VV due to poor sales in the region from 1 March 2024

Korean Air, one of the world's major airlines, which was operating flights to Uzbekistan starting from 2008


World2Fly will connect Madrid with Uzbekistan (source)

World2Fly airline to operate flights from Madrid, Spain to Tashkent, Uzbekistan on a weekly basis in 2024

The passenger airline was established in 2020 in Palma de Mallorca (Spain) and has a fleet of Airbus A350-900 and A330-300


Uzbekistan and China to increase flights to 100 per week (source)

During negotiations between a delegation of the Ministry of Transport of Uzbekistan and the aviation administration of the People’s Republic of China held in Beijing, officials agreed to increase passenger flights to 100 per week

The agreement will take effect following another meeting between the aviation authorities of both countries in April 2024


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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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