Uzbekistan Airways has announced plans for selling old Boeing
aircraft, as part of the privatization program, Azernews reports
per the Uzbek media.
Earlier in 2022, the Uzbek government has developed a strategy
for the privatization of Uzbekistan Airways. According to this
strategy, 51 percent of the airline's share will be put up for
auction. British ACC Aviation company was engaged by the State
Assets Agency as a consultant to organize this process.
To date, the Uzbekistan Airways fleet consists of 37 Boeing
aircraft. The aircraft on sale are Boeing 757 (UK 75701), Boeing
757 (UK 75702), manufactured in 1999; Boeing 767 (UK 67007) of
2003; Boeing 767 (UK 67008) in 2004.
Furthermore, Uzbekistan Airways JSC has signed a trade agreement
with Airbus the French aircraft manufacturer on the purchase of
twelve A320neo family aircraft. Uzbekistan will purchase eight
A320neo aircraft and four A321neo aircraft from the Airbus company
for 694.3 million euros.
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