Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan, against the backdrop of the
intensification of political and economic ties, also continue to
actively work to expand the geography of flights between the
countries. Today, the national air carrier of Azerbaijan AZAL
launched the first flight to Samarkand from Heydar Aliyev
International Airport, reports.
Among the first passengers of the Baku-Samarkand flight is a
group of journalists. This is the first time direct flights between
the two cities are performed. Flights to Samarkand - one of the
oldest cities in the world - will be carried out twice a week - on
Tuesdays and Fridays.
Also, Azerbaijan Airlines will increase the frequency of flights
operated on the Baku-Tashkent-Baku route up to 5 times a week.
Currently, regular flights between the two capitals operate on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, and will soon also operate on
Thursdays and Sundays.
Sale of air tickets on the official website of the airline -
Air tickets for these and other AZAL flights can also
be purchased at accredited air carrier agencies. Passengers who
meet the indicated conditions of carriage and who are allowed to
fly under the current epidemiological restrictions will be accepted
for transportation on these flights. Information on the rules of
entry to Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan can be found in detail on the
website of the air carrier, in the 'Rules of Entry' section.
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