(MENAFN- Trend News Agency) BAKU, Azerbaijan, May 16. Uzbek low-cost
"Centrum Air" flight operator plans to establish flights between
the cities of Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan, the representative of the
company's foreign relations department, Dilshod Ishankulov told
According to Ishankulov, at the present time, Centrum Air is
studying the potential passenger traffic for the successful
launching of flights between the two countries.
"Currently, we are studying the potential passenger traffic and
plan to establish flights between the cities of Uzbekistan and
Azerbaijan. At the moment, it is complicated to announce the
certain timing of the flights launching, but we are very optimistic
on this matter," he said.
Ishankulov emphasized that the Uzbek low-cost air carrier
started to operate flights passenger flights under the Centrum Air
trademark on February 2023, since then passenger flights have been
carried out, not only on local destinations but also on
"The new airline under the Centrum Air trademark has started
operating regular and charter passenger flights since February
2023. As of May 12, 2023, more than 200 passenger flights have been
carried out, both on local and international destinations. The
airline operates international flights to the UAE, Egypt, Georgia,
Saudi Arabia, as well as Kazakhstan," the company's representative
Furthermore, Ishankulov said that in the nearest future, Uzbek
low-cost airline plans to launch flights to Europe, Southeast Asia,
as well as the Middle East.
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