Uzbekistan Airways is selling off old planes
Created on 14.08.2019 10:04
Uzbekistan Airways, the national airline of Uzbekistan, (NAC Uzbekistan Airways), is selling off stored aircrafts as part of the strategy to unify its fleet. For sale they were put up 18 old cars, according to Ato.ru, aviation portal.
The airline has begun rejuvenating the fleet as part of the implementation of the presidential decree "On measures to radically improve the civil aviation of the Republic of Uzbekistan." Shavkat Merziyoyev signed the document in November 2018. This year, Uzbekistan Airways has already received two Airbus A320neo aircrafts, and also has commissioned the fourth and fifth long-range Boeing 787-8. According to the carrier’s development plans, in 2020 its fleet will consist of six vehicles of this type, which will make Uzbekistan Airways the leading operator of Dreamliner aircraft in the CIS.
Currently, Uzbekistan Airways fleet consists of exclusively western-made jets Airbus A320, Airbus A320neo, Boeing 757, Boeing 767 and Boeing 787-8.