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Air Cargo Notes | 30 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. It has been another week filled with flight capacity increases in Kazakhstan and a new partnership between Turkmenistan Airlines and Hahn Air. Read on to find out more.

Air Cargo Trends

Turkmenistan Airlines becomes a partner carrier of Hahn Air (source)

Turkmenistan Airlines broadens its indirect distribution network reach through an extended partnership by joining a leading partner portfolio of minor German airline Hahn Air

A flag carrier operates flights to 20 destinations including Beijing (PEK), Delhi (DEL), Dubai (DXB), Frankfurt (FRA), Istanbul (IST), and Kazan (KZN)


Chinese Airlines to increase flights to Kazakhstan (source)

Chinese airlines such as Air China, China Southern Airlines, and Loong Air are set to increase passenger flights between Kazakhstan and China in the middle of 2024

China Southern Airlines announced plans to set flights on the new route ex Almaty to Beijing VV, while Loong Air is contemplating opening new routes, including Astana-Hangzhou, Astana-Chengdu, and Almaty-Chengdu in 2024


Korea Airports Corporation and Uzbekistan Airports signed a business agreement (source)

Korea Airports Corporation and Uzbekistan Airports established a strategic partnership by signing an agreement to strengthen Uzbekistan airport operation capabilities

Hyeong-joong Yoon, the President of Korea Airports Corporation, expressed the commitment to support the growth of Uzbekistan's aviation sector by sharing the corporation's extensive 43-year experience in airport operations and associated technologies

Other News

Construction of a new railway line has begun in the Turkestan region (source)

A major infrastructure project such as the construction of a new Darbaza-Maktaaral railway line with a length of 152 km has begun in Turkestan, Kazakhstan

The construction of a new railway line will redirect cargo from the existing rail line Saryagash - Tashkent, unloading the Saryagash station and increasing export traffic from Uzbekistan


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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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