Cheap flights from Uzbekistan

The country of Uzbekistan, or officially the Republic of Uzbekistan, is a landlocked country within Central Asia. Among the countries that border Uzbekistan include Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, and Turkmenistan. The country serves as home to ethnic groups like Uzbek, Russian, Tajik, Kazakh, karakalpak, Tatar, and more. When in Uzbekistan, the country occupies an area of 448,978 square kilometres, or 172,742 square miles, serving as home to 31.0 million inhabitants as of 2015. Also, the country features cities starting with the largest, Tashkent, Namangan, Andijan, Samarkand, Fergana, Qarshi, Nukus, Jizzakh, Bukhara, and Navoiy.

Where to go

Uzbekistan is known for attractions like Registan, Shah-i-Zinda, Samanid Mausoleum, Bibi-Khanym Mosque, and Amir Timur Museum, in addition to a few. Highlighting Bibi-Khanym Mosque, the Islam mosque can be found within Samarkand, Uzbekistan. It is a well-known historical Friday mosque named after the wife of Amir Timur, a 14th-century ruler. Completed in the early 1400s, the mosque has outer walls that measure 167 metres in length and 109 metres in width, with the cupola of the main chambers at 40 metres, entranceway at 35 metres, and also features a sizable Qur’an stand in the centre of the courtyard that is made out of marble.

As the main international airport that serves the country of Uzbekistan, Tashkent International Airport operates short-haul flights to stops like Moscow, Russia; Beijing, China; and Tehran, Iran, within two- to five-hour flights. Tehran in the country of Iran features points of interest like Golestan Palace, Azadi Tower, Milad Tower, National Museum of Iran, Reza Abbasi Museum, Jamshidieh Park, Sa’dabad Palace, Niavaran Palace Complex, Tochal, and Laleh Park, in addition to many more. The Reza Abbasi museum, located in Seyed Khandan, Tehran, in Iran, is a museum that was named after one of the artists in the Safavid period. The museum currently houses an uncommon collection of Persian art from approximately the second millennium BC, from the pre-Islamic and Islamic eras. When visiting the museum, the collection has been set up with the displays set according to the time period. Some of the artefacts within the museum include objects made out of baked clay, metal, stone, jewellery, and more.

Via the flights operated out of Tashkent International Airport, some of the long-haul destinations from Uzbekistan include Seoul, South Korea; Singapore; and New York, New York, to name a few. When flying out to these stops, typical flights last for more than six hours to around 13 hours from point of origin. New York is famous for sights and attractions that include, but not limited to, Central Park, Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Grand Central Terminal, American Museum of Natural History, Coney Island, and Bryant Park, in addition to many more. American Museum of Natural History is a museum located in New York City, New York. Found in the late 1860s, the museum is considered to be among the largest museums worldwide. The museum has been added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places as of 1976 and currently has more than 32 million specimens of plants, meteorites, and human cultural artefacts within its collection. Some of the exhibits within the museum include Akeley hall of African Mammals, Hall of Asian Mammals, Sanford Hall of North American Birds, Hall of North American Forests, Milstein Hall of Ocean Life, Stout Hall of Asian Peoples, and Hall of African Peoples, to name a few. Lastly, the museum gets approximately five million visitors per year.

How to get out

Uzbekistan is served by a good number of international airports. The country’s main international airport, Tashkent International Airport, is the busiest airport out of all the airports that serve the country. Operated by Uzbekistan Airways and owned by Government of Uzbekistan, the airport serves Tashkent, Uzbekistan and is the hub for Uzbekistan Airways. Located at 41.257861 latitude and 69.281186 longitude, the airport has two runways that measure between 3,900 to 4,000 metres or 12,800 to 13,100 feet. Airlines that fly in and out of Tashkent International Airport include Aeroflot, Air Astana, airBaltic, Asiana Airlines, Avia Traffic Company, China Southern Airlines, Czech Airlines, IrAero, Iran Air, Korean Air, Kyrgyzstan Air Company, S7 Airlines, SCAT, Transaero Airlines, Turkish AIrlines, Ural Airlines, UTair Aviation, and Uzbekistan Airways. Some of the destinations from the airport include Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Almaty, Seoul, Bishkek, Beijing, Omsk, Tehran, Istanbul, Kuala Lumpur, London, Mumbai, New York, Singapore, and Sochi, to name a few.

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