Bek on course several rotations from the Uzbekistan capital, Tashkent, have resumed as a result of the reintroduction of global links by locally based Uzbekistan Airways. The five paths restarted in September comprised:
Almaty, Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan), Dubai, Frankfurt (all weekly) and Istanbul (four-times-weekly).
It is understood that the airline will roll out more global destinations over the following months. These services were suspended on account of the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
All customers flying into the Central Asian airport should provide a negative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) COVID-19 evaluation at least 72 hours prior to death. Additionally, passengers are subject to compulsory temperature screening and therefore are required to complete a contact form.
Meanwhile, a series of special flights have operated from Tashkent. On September 17, Uzbekistan deployed Boeing 787-8, UK-78703 (c/n 37982), into the Big Apple — a further rotation occurred on September 27.
Moreover, a one time Tokyo/ Narita connection was operated on September 24 by one of its six, two-class 767-300ERs. Ahead of COVID-19, both cities frequently Featured on its network that was scheduled.