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FORMED IN 1924. STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1990. FORMERLY PART OF AEROFLOT (ARO) TAJIKISTAN DIRECTORATE. A K A "TAJIKISTAN AIR." DOMESTIC, REGIONAL, AND INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED AND CHARTER, PASSENGER AND CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
TITOV STREET 40
734012 DUSHANBE, TAJIKISTAN
The Republic of Tajikistan was established in 1991, it covers an area of 143,100 sq km, its population is 7 million, its capital city is Dushanbe, and its official language is Tadzhik.
FEBRUARY 1995: TAJIK AIR (TJK) IS A STATE OWNED CARRIER (100%).
STARTED OPERATIONS TO LONDON HEATHROW. SERVICES TO DELHI, KARACHI, AND SHARJAH.
MAY 1997: 2,743 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 300 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 65 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
NOVEMBER 1997: NOW JOINT TAJIK-BRITISH AIRLINE. BEGAN ITS 1ST INTERNATIONAL ROUTE WHEN ITS 747 "SNOW LEOPARD" FLEW FROM LONDON TO DUSHANBE. WILL FLY TO LOS ANGELES (LAX), KARACHI, NEW DELHI, AND LONDON.
DECEMBER 1997: ACCDT: TU-154 (78A281) CRASHED AT SHARJAH, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (UAE) = 8 (FC)/(CA)/77 PASSENGER FATALITIES OF TOTAL 9/77.
APRIL 1998: 2,743 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 300 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 65 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
DECEMBER 1998: NEW ROUTE TO MASHHAD.
APRIL 1999: 2,743 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 300 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 65 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
NOVEMBER 1999: TAJIKISTAN STATE AIRLINE (TOCHIKISTON) PLANS ROUTE TO MUNICH, GERMANY (TU-154M), VIA FUEL STOP IN CHORLY, TURKEY. CURRENTLY HAS INTERNATIONAL ROUTES TO INDIA, IRAN, & UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (UAE).
FEBRUARY 2000: TO TEKIRDAG - MUNICH.
APRIL 2000: 2,743 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 300 FLIGHT CREW (FC), & 65 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
JUNE 2000: 1 TU-134A-3 (62299, EY-65763) LEASED TO COAGE AIRLINES, ECUATORIAL GUINEA (SEEN AT LIBREVILLE, GABON, WITH WHITE FUSELAGE WITH "COAGE AIRLINES" ABOVE WINDOWS AND REAR PART OF TAIL IN DARK BLUE).
AUGUST 2000: AFTER 7 YEARS, RESUMES FLIGHTS TO TASHKENT.
DECEMBER 2000: AN-24RV (37308509, EY-46602), RETURNED FROM DAALLO AIRLINES (DAO), LEASED TO "COAGE INTERNATIONAL."
APRIL 2001: FORMERLY "TAJIK-AIR," NOW NAMED "TAJIKISTAN AIRLINES."
GOVERNMENT OWNS 100%.
JANUARY 2002: TU-134A-3 (62299, EY-65763), RETURNED FROM "COAGE."
August 2002: 1 Tu-154B-2 (82A-487, EY-85487) leased to Daallo Airlines (DAO).
June 2006: A proposed $5 million loan to Tajikistan Airlines (TJK) from the European Bank for Reconstruction & Development (EBRD) has been placed on hold, after the carrier failed to comply with certain terms of the contract. The funds were to support the introduction of the first Western models into the carrier's fleet.
September 2008: Tajikistan Airlines (TJK) is a state-owned carrier operating domestic, regional & international, scheduled & charter, jet airplane flights.
1,933 employees (including 148 Flight Crew (FC); 64 Cabin Attendants; & 316 Maintenance Technicians (MT)).
(IATA) Code: 7J - 502. (ICAO) Code: TJK - (Callsign - TAJIKAIR).
Parent organization/shareholders: Tajikistan government (100%).
Alliances: Daallo Airlines (DAO).
Main Base: Dushanbe Airport (DYU).
Hubs: Khudjand airport; Kulyab airport; & Khorog airport.
International, Scheduled Destinations: Almaty; Bishkek; Delhi; Istanbul; Karachi; Moscow; Munich; Novosibirsk; Samara; Sharjah; & Tehran.
A 737-25A (23791, EY-532), is operated for "SkyLinkARABIA." Information regarding the "SkyLink" worldwide operation, can be found as follows:
SkyLink Aviation Inc.
1027 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON, Canada M4W 2K9
Telephone (24/7): +1 (416) 924-9000
Facsimile (FAX): +1 (416) 924-9006
December 2008: 757-2Q8 (24964, EY-751), ex-(EOS), ex-(N926JS), Nordwind Airlines (NWD) wet-leased. Already operates a 737-800, Travel Service (TSF) wet-leased (used mainly for flights to Moscow) and a 757-200, VIM Airlines (MOV) wet-leased.
October 2009: 737-522 (26700, LY-AWB), ex-Canjet (CNJ), ex-(C-FDCH), flyLAL (LIJ) charters.
December 2009: Tajik Air (TJK) has sent a group of flight crews (FC) abroad for training on its expanding fleet of 737s. (TJK) acquired a 2nd 737-500 on finance lease from Lithuanian lessor Avia Asset Management in early October and plans to add a further two airplanes in early 2010.
October 2011: 737-3L9 (26441, EY-644), ex-(XA-UNG), Mexico delivery.
November 2012: 737-4Q8 (28202, EY-754), ex-(OO-VET), (ILF) leased. 757-2Q8 (24964, EY-751), seen in service at Rabat.
March 2013: Tajik Air ((IATA) Code: 7J, based at Dushanbe) (TJK) has wet-leased one of the four ARJ-100s of new Tajik carrier, Asian Express Airline (Tajikistan) ((IATA) Code: KV, based at Dushanbe) (TXP) since March 21. (TJK) currently uses the airplane on routes from Dushanbe to Almaty, Baku, and Bishkek according to "Asia Plus" news agency.
July 2014: News Item A-1: Tajik Air (TJK) has been reintegrated with Dushanbe International Airport by their owner, the Tajik government. According to "Central Asian Aero News (CAAN)," the new entity is headed by Rustam Holikov.
The move is aimed at ensuring improved fiscal and operational management of (TJK) which, in 2008, saw Dushanbe and other local airports, spun off into a separate entity. The resulting loss of monopoly resulted in severe losses which almost led to (TJK)'s demise.
The Tajik national carrier currently operates one 737-300, two 737-400s, two 757-200s, two Tu-154Ms and one MA-60 on flights throughout Central Asia, the (CIS), and Europe. While it continues to operate two An-28s and one An-26, according to (CAAN), all of its parked 23 Soviet era airplanes, including "An-24s, Yak-40s and Tu-154s" will be put up for sale "through the State Committee on Investment & State-owned Property Management."
News Item A-2: Taban Air (TBM), Iran is wet-leasing a Tajik Air (TJK) 737.
News Item A-3: Tajik Air (TJK) currently operates 8 airplanes, and serves 8 countries, 15 destinations, 17 routes and 8 daily flights.
November 2015: Taban Air ((IATA) Code: HH, based at Mashad) (TBM) has wet-leased 757-2Q8 (27599, EY-752) from Tajik Air ((IATA) Code: 7J, based at Dushanbe) (TJK) with the 757 having been ferried from Dushanbe to Tehran Imam Khomeini.
February 2016: News Item A-1: Tajik Air (TJK) is planning to lease two 767-200ERs as part of its fleet expansion plans "Central Asian Aero News" has reported. The airplanes are scheduled to arrive during the current half of the year.
At present, the state-owned airline's operational fleet consists of one 737-300, two 737-400s, three 757-200s, one MA-60, two An-28s, one An-26, and three Mil Helicopters.
News Item A-2: The Tajik government has disbanded the Aviation Company of Tajikistan (OSHC) (ACT) just six months after it was established. Founded in June last year, the government had sought to use the firm to bring Tajik Air ((IATA) Code: 7J, based at Dushanbe) and Dushanbe International Airport back under one umbrella holding company in a bid to improve operational and cost efficiencies at the two state-owned enterprises.
However, according to "Central Asian Aero News," the firm was officially dissolved at the end of last month for reasons that remain unclear.
The failed merger has been linked to the dismissal of Tajik Air (TJK)'s former (CEO), Rustam Khalikov, who last year criticized the Ministry of Transport for toying with (TJK)'s finances. In a written submission to the Prosecutorís Office, he obliquely stated that the Tajik Civil Aviation Department's policies, presumably the failed merger, had cost the airline TJS1.5 million/USD190,852.
Though Khalikov was sacked on January 27, a day after the (ACT) was officially wound up, his complaint is still being processed by Minister of Transport, Sherali Gandzhalzoda. Khalikov has since been replaced by Khairullo Rakhimov.
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0 737-247 (JT8D-15A HK) (1257-23516, /66 EY-531 - - SEE PHOTO - - (TJK-737-247-2008-05;" 1261-23517, /86 EY-533; 1371-23605, /87 EY-534), EX-(DAL), EAST AIR (ETJ) WET-LSD IN EAST AIR (ETJ) COLORS AND "TAJIK AIR" TITLES. 23516; LST (KYR) VIA EASTOK AIR (EAA) 2009-06. RTND. 8C, 112Y.
0 737-25A (JT8D-9A HK) (1486-23791, /87 EY-532), (ETJ) WET-LST SKYLINK/EAST AIR IN "SkyLinkARABIA" TITLES, 2007-12. RTND. 8C, 112Y.
1 737-3L9 (CFM56-3B1) (2250-26441, /92 EY-644), EX-(XA-UNG) 2011-10. 117Y.
1 737-301 (CFM56-3B1) (1587-23937, /88 EY-535), EX-(USA), EX-(N592US). 8C, 132Y.
1 737-4Q8 (CFM56-3C) (28202, EY-754), EX-(OO-VET), (ILF) LSD 2013-11.
1 737-448 (CFM56-3C) (25736, EY-753), EX-(N151LF) 2013-09.
2 +1 ORDER 737-522 (CFM56-3C1) (2490-26700, /93 LY-AWG; 2512-26707, /93 LY-AWF), AVIATION ASSET MANAGEMENT, FLYLAL (LIJ) CHARTERS, EX-(CNJ)/(UAL), EX-(C-FDCH) 2009-10. 148Y.
0 737-800 (CFM56-7B), (TSF) WET-LSD 2008-12. RTND.
1 757-200 (MOV) WET-LSD 2008-12.
1 757-2Q8 (PW2040) (424-24964, /92 EY-751), EX-(EOS), EX-(N926JS), (NWD) WET-LSD 2008-12. 215Y.
1 757-2Q8 (PW2040) (696-27599, /96 EY-752), (ILF) LSD 2013-04), LST TABAN AIRLINES (TBN) 2015-11. 210Y.
2 ORDERS 767-200ER, LSD 2016-05:
1 B AE AVROLINER RJ100 (LF507-1F) (E3374, /00 EY-572), EX-(G-CGNT) 2013-03. 112Y.
1 L-1011 TRISTAR, LSD FROM AIR OPS.
3 AN-24B (AI-24) (07305906, /70 EY-46365; 07306303, /70 EY-46399; 97305105, /69 EY-46595), 52Y.
1 AN-24RV (AI-24VT) (37308509, /73 EY-46602), LST COAGE INTNL 2000-12. RF COAGE 11/04. 52Y.
1 AN-24RV (AI-24VT) (27307510, /72 EY-47693), LST (DAO), 48Y.
1 AN-24RV (AI-24VT) (17306901, /71 EY-47802), 48Y.
1 AN-26 (AI-24VT) (7904, /79 EY-26658), CARGO/19Y COMBI.
1 AN-26B (AI-24VT) (14107, /85 EY-26205), CARGO/19Y COMBI.
2 AN-28 (TVD-10B) (1A007-09, EY-28724, 10/04; 1AJ007-19, /90 EY-28734; 1AJ007-24, /90 EY-28736; 1AJ008-07, /90 EY-28921), 1A007-09 WFU. 17Y.
1 ARJ-100, (TJX) WET-LSD 2013-03.
1 TU-134A (D-30-II) (48395, /76 EY-65022), 80Y.
5 TU-134A-3A (D-30-III) (44040, /75 EY-65003; 62299, /79 EY-65022; 62835, /80 EY-65788; 17112, /74 EY-65835; 31220, /75 EY-65876), 62299, RF COAGE AIRLINES 2002-01. 80Y.
5 TU-154B-2 (NK-8-2U) (385, /79 EY-85385; 466, /81 85466; 469, /81 EY-85469; 475, /81 85475; 487, /81 EY-85487; 511, /81 EY-85511), 82A-487, EY-85487 LST (DAO) 2002-08. 385 WFU IN STORAGE 2/05.
4 TU-154M (D-30KU-154-II) (793, /88 EY-85651; 864, /91 EY-85691; 865, /91 EY-85692; 897, /91 EY-85717), 864; 90A-865, /90 EY-85691; LST ARIA TOUR 2001-02. 23C, 123Y.
2 YAK-40 (AI-25) (9510340, /75 EY-87217; 9340531, /73 EY-87356; 9431035, /74 EY-87434; 9430336, /74 EY-87522; 9631648, /76 EY-88196), 9340531; 9430336; 9631648; WFU. 36Y.
5 YAK-40K (AI-25) (9640851, /76 EY-87214; 9731355, /77 EY-87922; 9832058, /78 EY-87963; 9831158, /78 EY-87967; 9720553, /77 EY-88267), 36Y.
2 AVIC XAC MA60 (PW127), 2011-12. 60Y.
KHAIRULLO RAKHIMOV, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).
MUAZFFAR ISOKOV, DIRECTOR GENERAL.
RUSTAM KHALIKOV, DEPUTY DIRECTOR GENERAL, DISMISSED (2015-01).
FAZALI SULTONOV, DEPUTY DIRECTOR GENERAL FOR COMMERCE.
VALERI CHARIPOV, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR.
ALEKSI RYACHENTSEV, FLIGHT OPERATIONS DIRECTOR.
F S MUKHTAROR, HEAD OF MARKETING DIVISION.