From June 10, Russia will increase the number of flights with Uzbekistan (Moscow – Tashkent). The corresponding decision was made on May 31 by the Russian government.
Four flights will be operated between the capitals per week – two will be performed by Uzbekistan Airways and two – by Aeroflot.
From the same date, Russia will increase the number of flights with Greece, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Qatar, Tajikistan, Egypt, Serbia, Belarus and Germany.
The Russian airline Aeroflot has been operating regular flights en route Moscow-Tashkent-Moscow every Sunday since April 5, 2021. Uzbekistan Airways resumed flights to Moscow on April 7.