Starting on 29 October this year, Uzbekistan Airways will operate flights on the Tashkent-Munich-Tashkent route. Flights HY235/236 to the German metropolitan area will operate on a weekly basis on Wednesdays and Sundays, according to the following schedule:
– Departure from Tashkent at 06:25, Tashkent time;
– Arrival in Munich at 9:20, Munich time;
– Departure from Munich at 10:45, Munich time;
– Arrival in Tashkent at 21:05, Tashkent time.
An air ticket from Tashkent to Munich can be purchased at a cost of 3,371,000 soums, and on the route Tashkent - Munich - Tashkent - from 6,239,000 soums.
Passengers can buy a ticket to Munich from August 15 on the official website with a 3% discount, in the application, Uzbekistan Airways Sales offices, or from the airline's agents.
Munich is the capital of Bavaria, famous all over the world for its beautiful architecture, gastronomy, and, of course, the famous Oktoberfest festival. The atmosphere of a medieval city, surrounded by the majestic Alps and picturesque lakes, reigns here.
Launching an additional direct flight route between Uzbekistan and Germany is expected to increase the tourist flow between the two countries. Together with Uzbek citizens traveling to Germany’s Munich, more German tourists will be able to travel to Uzbekistan from Munich now.
At the same time, we would also like to remind our readers that a total of 93 countries can travel to Uzbekistan visa-free today, while over 50 countries can visit Uzbekistan with an electronic visa / e-visa. The countries that are able to visit Uzbekistan without obtaining a visa cover all EU member states and UK citizens.
The efforts of Uzbekistan on simplifying the visa procedures and launching direct flights in new international directions have indeed been showing positive results in attracting more tourists to visit Uzbekistan’s travel destinations, including Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva and others.