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14 October 2019


Time set for first Tashkent-Istanbul charter flight

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The first charter flight from the capital of Uzbekistan, Tashkent to Istanbul (Turkey) will take place on October 30 of this year.

Axar.az reports citing Trend.

Charter flights are scheduled to be carried out weekly on Wednesdays. Aircraft A320, B757, B767 will be landing at the international Sabiha Gokcen airport in Istanbul.

Passengers of this flight will be able to get a shuttle to the city center and back to the airport.

The cost of an economy class one-way ticket is $260; business-class ticket is $480; round trip is $480 and $800 respectively.

The frequency of flights intends to be increased up to two times a week in the future.

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2019.10.11 / 19:51
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