Uzbekistan at a Glance

Silk Road

If you’ve always wanted to experience the world famous Silk Road but didn’t have the time to travel the full journey, Uzbekistan is the place to visit. The Central Asian section of it is far less traveled but shows no less to see. It winds through the three most exquisite cities: Khiva, Bukhara and Samarkand which are famous for their magnificent walled cities of limestone and sapphire, ingeniously detailed mosaics of jewels and marble.

World's Best Ruins

Uzbekistan is well known for its ancient ruins. One of the most famous ruins is the ancient city of Itchan Kala in Khiva. It is now an open air museum in the center of the Silk Road Destination and the largest intact walled city in Central Asia. It is a sight for sore eyes, with its sandy – colored buildings and their marble, turquoise roofs and towers. Thanks to its’ isolated location, it barely gets crowded, –making it the perfect get away spot, regardless of its popularity in tourism books.


Spring (April to June) and Fall (September through October) are the best times to travel. In Fall it is harvest time, and the markets are full of fresh fruits. With beautiful mountains and ski sites, Uzbekistan during winter is also a sight to behold.


Hospitality is one of the famous Uzbekistan features. Hospitality in Uzbek families is appreciated higher than the wealth of a table and prosperity of the family. Not to receive a guest means to disgrace the family.


Uzbekistan is famous for the traditional, colorful bazaars of Central Asia which are heaped with unique fashions of Uzbek clothing, rare and exotic spices, mouthwatering sweets and exquisitely crafted arts and jewelry.


For the most part, Uzbekistan is generally safe for visitors. When in Uzbekistan, one should avoid the areas bordering Afghanistan and the Ferghana Valley bordering Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.



There are more than 4000 historical and cultural monuments in Uzbekistan and is best known for its modern architecture.


Uzbeksitan is a major stop on the Silk Road.  It has been a home for the famous traveller Marco Polo.


Uzbek culture is one of the most exotic and exquisite cultures in Asia and has developed over thousands of years.


Uzbekistan’s cuisine is one of the most ancient and refined in Central Asia. It is influenced by the local agriculture,


From flower filled meadows to snow covered mountains, Uzbekistan also has many breathtaking landscapes.


Its diverse culture has also contributed to the richness of Uzbekistan music.  Classical Uzbek music is known as Shasmaqam which


Islam is the dominant religion with 90% Muslims. The rest includes Russian Orthodox Christianity, Zoroastrianism and Judaism.


Uzbekistan is also rich in fresh fruit and berries. The most common fruits are grapes, honey melons, watermelons, apricots, pears,


The yurt camps in Uzbekistan is the starting point of a fascinating and educational excursions to the region. Travelers can
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Our business class cabins are equipped with comfortable wide seats with leather covering and adjustable foot rest. You get spacious legroom, recliner seats, wide armrests, individual video system, on-board display and individual iPad’s for your entertainment. Avail travel kits, warm plaids and comfy pillows during your flight with us.


Our B-767 aircrafts offer reclining seats up to 80 degrees. Passengers can transform their seats to a complete lying position. Our B-757 and A320 aircrafts offer seats that recline up to  20 cms. Every seat in business class is equipped with all necessary facilities for work, rest and entertainment.


We offer our passengers a variety of on-board activities. Every seat is equipped with a 15-inch digital screen and a remote. Play a game with a computer or with any other passenger on board. Listen to music, watch films, read paper/magazines, entertain your child, learn facts about Uzbekistan Airways, or go on a virtual tour of the country’s cities. There is always so much more with Uzbekistan Airways.


Flying with Uzbekistan Airways is always a pleasure. Our team would go lengths and breaths to ensure that your flight is safe and comfortable with us. While you sit back, relax and enjoy your meal, sip on your drink and get entertained with a host of activities we have in store, our staff would assist you with all that you might need during your flight with us, with a smile.


Whether it is a meal for your toddler, dietary restriction, or meals with special requirement, we shall take care of it. Our chefs design the menu keeping in mind the air cabin pressure that may alter the meals taste to bring you food with highest quality. Enjoy assortment of meats, fish, cheese, vegetables, snacks, desserts and more.


Passengers flying economy class can carry 20kgs checked in baggage. Business class passengers can carry 30kgs. Hang baggage must not exceed 56x45x25cm. Each passenger is allowed to carry up to two hand baggage’s. The maximum size of each piece of hand luggage must not exceed 115 cm.

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