Uzbekistan Airways S19 service changes as of 03JAN19

Uzbekistan Airways in this week’s schedule update filed service changes for Tashkent, scheduled in summer 2019 season. The new season also sees the addition of aircraft code “32A”, serving Europe, as well as selected regional service.

Tashkent – Baku
eff 31MAR19 A320 (320) operates 3 weekly, instead of 2 weekly A320 and 1 weekly 757
Tashkent – Dubai eff 31MAR19 A320 (32A) replaces 757/767, 4-5 weekly
Tashkent – Frankfurt – Urgench – Tashkent eff 06APR19 1 of 3 weekly Frankfurt service operates via Urgench on inbound. Note Day 6 service does not operate from 03JUN19 to 16AUG19 (Overall Frankfurt service reduced to 2 weekly during this period)
HY231 TAS0545 – 0940FRA 763 6
HY232 FRA1140 – 2015UGC2115 – 2235TAS 763 6

Frankfurt – Urgench sector was filed in previous schedule update.

Tashkent – London Heathrow eff 02APR19 A320 (32A) replaces 757-200, 2 weekly
Tashkent – Mineralnye Vody eff 02JUN19 1 of 2 weekly operated by 757, replacing A320 (320)
Tashkent – Paris CDG 04JUN19 – 23AUG19 A320 (32A) replaces 767, 2 weekly (A320 operates nonstop in both direction, replacing 1 weekly each nonstop and 1 weekly via Urgench on inbound)
Tashkent – Sharjah eff 02APR19 A320 replaces 757/767, 2 weekly (757 operates 1 of 2 weekly from 04JUN19 to 20AUG19)

A320 with aircraft code “32A” is also scheduled to serve other routes.

Previously reported changes:
Samarkand – Istanbul eff 03APR19 Increase from 2 to 3 weekly (1 weekly each with A320; 320, 757 and 767)


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