Uzbekistan Airways aircraft flying over Tashkent
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Paul’s Worldwide Travel Radar Series – Uzbekistan Part 2

Uzbekistan is a Central Asian nation and former Soviet republic.

It’s known for its mosques, mausoleums and other sites linked to the Silk Road, the ancient trade route between China and the Mediterranean.

Samarkand, a major city on the route, contains a landmark of Islamic architecture, known as the Registan; a plaza bordered by three ornate, mosaic-covered religious schools, dating back to the 15th and 17th centuries.

A video guide to Uzbekistan

I decided, when I started to write this blog, that I’d need to include some kind of video documentary about Uzbekistan. Having looked at various, I opted for this one, from the “vagabrothers”.

Alex and Marco vlog really well, as they manage to include a lot of interesting information, tips and general advice; but perhaps most importantly, they offer a polished presentation.

So, why not take a look at this video and see what you think?

Uzbekistan Airways operates from London Heathrow to Tashkent twice weekly, on Tuesdays and Fridays. Services operate from Terminal 4.

The flight timings are ideal for onward connections to domestic and international destinations.

HY 202 Heathrow to Tashkent 2135 – 0825 Next Day
HY 201 Tashkent to Heathrow 1620 – 2000

Onboard with Uzbekistan Airways

The airline offers two cabins on the London route, with both Economy and Business Class being offered to passengers.

Uzbekistan Airways Business Class (Boeing 767)

Business Class

  • 30kg checked baggage
  • Priority at check-in and boarding
  • A selection of meals and beverages
  • Personal entertainment (subject to aircraft type)
Uzbekistan Airways Economy Class (Boeing 767)

Economy Class

  • 20kg checked baggage 
  • Choice of meals & beverages served
  • Individual seat back entertainment (subject to aircraft type)

In order to whet your appetite, this Uzbekistan Airways promotional video will hopefully give you a good insight of what you might expect when onboard.

Entry Requirements

So, per the details found on Foreign & Commonwealth Office website, should you have a British citizen passport, you can visit Uzbekistan for tourism, staying for up to 30 days, without the need for a visa.

Where To Book Your Travels?

Now you know more about Uzbekistan, perhaps you may like to consider booking your travel there, either as a short break or something longer?

Why not get in touch with me as I’ll arrange a quotation for you, based upon your needs.

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