|Top route||Tashkent Vostochny to Istanbul|
|Top airport||Tashkent Vostochny|
Terrible service and plane Just 3 toilets for over 150 passengers No screen A flights of nearly 8 hours. A disgrace
It was friendly and I enjoyed the flight very much.
WiFi in the airport!!!!!!!
WiFi in the airport!!!!!!!!!!!
We booked business and they offered nothing during the 1 hour flight
Cons: Sick (flue/high temperature) person was allowed to board the plane. Don't allow sick people on a plane during coronavirus epidemic.
Pros: Boarding seemed like a long time
Pros: Super nice
Cons: To give tooth brush and tooth paste for long flight.
Pros: Yes they was super nice.
Cons: To give tooth brush and tooth paste for the long flight.
Don't care attitude
Pros: Ok flight, but not happy how customers are being treated in flight.
Cons: No online check in facility via app or web Boarding passes for connecting flight weren't provided at origin. BOM-TAS Nobody attends to the host/ess call button, had to go and get water twice for my coughing wife. TAS-LHR Impolite ground crew in Tashkent. We were provided different seats in different locations for a family of 3 members. Ground crew does don't care attitude.
Pros: I must have chosen business class ($43?) and it was very comfortable. Very short flight but still served a snack.
Cons: Left about an hour late and took a VERY long time to get luggage after arrival.
Pros: Food was good
Cons: Very hot.
Pros: Safe flight clean airplane
Cons: Intertaimnet none of the tv in my row was working:-( no movie game or music for 12 hours of flight
Uzbek airline experience.
Pros: Friendly crew.
Cons: Planes old, and even business class seats are not very comfortable.
Pros: Had a very comfortable flight - an overall pleasant experience! However, the food made me bloated :(
Cons: Flight was shaky. Did not feel safe.
Pros: The crew was amazing and super polite!!!
Cons: The smell on the plane from some passengers ...
Pros: I am satisfied with my flight to Riga, especially with reservation and booking and smooth flight.
Cons: Lots of noise at the plane.
Pros: Caring about passengers
Pros: Non-stop flight, new plane, on time, free checked bag (50 lbs), very thorough security, inexpensive. Lots of legroom and seats recline farther than most coach seats.
Cons: It's kind of like flying the subway. No shades on the windows, very little if any A/C (people were fanning themselves over the Atlantic), lights stayed on for the entire flight, comically surly flight attendants (I gave my water to an old lady bc they wouldn't help her). Took an hour to board bc of security. Didn't recognize a single film, 4 music stations. Cheap and efficient, though.
Short and sweet!
Huge boarding line
Pros: Food Service Flight in general
Cons: Huge and slow boarding line
Pros: Find the best prices on Tashkent flights.
Pros: They finally have 767 with at seat screens - Riga to JFK - but most movies Russian or Uzbek with extremely poor "English" spoken oven the dialog, not subtitles which would be more enjoyable. Would also be nice to have beer for purchase.
Pros: It was quite pleasant to fly with HY to Bangkok. The service was excellent.
Cons: Due to extra security it took longer to get into boarding area.
Pros: Easy flight on time, overall professional team
Cons: No good Entertainment and crew doesn't speak good English.
On board Uzbekistan Airways flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 56x45x25cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Uzbekistan Airways assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
Uzbekistan Airways offers direct flights to 54 cities in 26 different countries. Istanbul, Tashkent, and Moscow are the most popular cities covered by Uzbekistan Airways.
Uzbekistan Airways concentrates most of its flight operations in Tashkent.
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Depending on what kinds of amenities you would like to have access to during your trip with Uzbekistan Airways, you can choose from two classes: Economy and Business. Economy comes with snacks, a hot meal, free non-alcoholic drinks, and the option of having a blanket, while Business provides extra services, such as additional legroom, an iPad entertainment system, priority boarding, complimentary alcoholic drinks, and travel kits that include pillows.
Although this airline services many domestic flights within Uzbekistan, as this country is the location of its headquarters, it also consistently offers flights to other countries, primarily in the region of Western Europe. France, Germany, and Italy are particularly popular destinations among customers, as well as Russia and the United Kingdom.
While Uzbekistan Airways is not a member of an airline alliance or partnership, it does have codeshare agreements with several other companies, including Belavia, airBaltic, Malaysia Airlines, and S7 Airlines. Because of this, one of these airlines might end up helping to service part of your travels.
This airline has a fleet that consists of over 30 aircraft that are primarily either Airbus or Boeing. The company uses the Airbus A320-200 the most frequently, as it can fit upwards of 138 passengers, has a spacious and comfortable seating arrangement, and is best for either short or medium-range flights, such as flights between Eastern and Western Europe. For longer flights, such as to Asia, Uzbekistan Airways uses the Boeing 787-8, a jet airliner that can fit up to 270 passengers and is generally used by companies for long-haul flights.