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Name: UZBEKISTAN AIRWAYS
7JetSet7 Code: UZB
Status: Operational
Region: CIS
City: TASHKENT
Country: UZBEKISTAN
Employees 16296
Web: uzairways.com
Email: info@uzairways.com
Telephone: +998 711 404 590
Fax: +998 712 367 500
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UZB-2004-08
UZB-2005-12-A
UZB-2007-08-NEWS-767-300ER
UZB-2012-11-STATUS-A
UZB-2012-11-STATUS-B
UZB-2012-11-STATUS-C
UZB-2012-11-STATUS-D
UZB-2012-11-STATUS-E
UZB-2012-11-STATUS-F
UZB-2012-11-STATUS-G
UZB-2013-07 - A320 AND RJ-85 FOR SALE

FORMED IN 1992. FORMERLY THE AEROFLOT (ARO) UZBEKISTAN DIVISION. A K A "UZBEKISTAN HAVO JULLARY." DOMESTIC, REGIONAL & INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED & CHARTER, PASSENGER AND CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.

Address:
41A Timur Street
100060 Tashkent, Uzbekistan

The Republic of Uzbekistan was established in 1991, it covers an area of 447,400 sq km, its population is 24 million, its capital city is Tashkent, and its official language is Uzbek.

AUGUST 1993: UZBEKISTAN AIRLINES (UZB) IS THE ONLY AIRLINE OPERATOR IN THE COUNTRY.

SERVICES FROM TASHKENT & SAMARKAND BASES, TO LONDON, DELHI, TEL AVIV, ISTANBUL, JEDDAH, KUALA LUMPUR, RIGA, & NEW YORK.

2 A310-300'S (PW4152) DELIVERIES.

JUNE 1995: (FAA) INTERNATIONAL SAFETY OVERSIGHT TEAM, RATED UZBEKISTAN REGULATORY AUTHORITY OVERSIGHT AS ACCEPTABLE (CATEGORY 1).

SEPTEMBER 1995: PROPOSAL ACCEPTED FOR 1 757 & 2 767'S.

OCTOBER 1995: NEW ROUTES: SEOUL (WEEKLY TU-154). TO ADD TOKYO, BRUSSELS, COPENHAGEN, PARIS CHARLES DE GAULLE (CDG), & SINGAPORE.

$258 MILLION, 1 ORDER (APRIL 1996) 757-200 & 2 ORDER 767-300ER'S.

OCTOBER 1996: PRATT & WHITNEY (P&W) WAS AWARDED $60 MILLION, 10 YEAR, ENGINE FLEET MANAGEMENT CONTRACT, FOR (PW2000), & (PW4000), FOR 1 757, 2 767'S, & 2 A310'S.

757 DELIVERY (PW2037).

NOVEMBER 1996: 1ST 767 DELIVERY (VL806), PILOTED BY ARSLAN RUZMETOV, DIRECTOR GENERAL. TO BE USED ON ROUTES TO LONDON, TEL AVIV, ISTANBUL, SHARJAH, AND DELHI. ALL 767'S ARE EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS) EQUIPPED.

JANUARY 1997: 1996 = 2.3 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX).

3 ORDERS (1997) AVRO RJ85'S.

FEBRUARY 1997: BERMUDA REGULATORY AUTHORITY (BDCA) CONDUCTED AN AUDIT OF TECHNICAL OPERATION - SOME PROBLEMS OF (JAA) PARTS STANDARDS. THE LOCAL CHAKLOV AIRPLANE FACTORY CURRENTLY WORKS ON IL-76 CARGO PLANE AND NEW IL-114 TWIN-TURBOPROP PASSENGER JET.

MARCH 1997: DELIVERY OF (VIP) 757 (NC151) & 2ND 767 (VL807). 767 WILL REPLACE A310, TO SEOUL, BANGKOK, BEIJING, FRANKFURT, AND BERLIN.

LUFTHANSA TECHNIK (LTK) (DLH), HAS TECHNICAL SUPPORT FOR 1 757 & 2 767'S.

APRIL 1997: UZBEKISTAN IS ABOUT THE SIZE OF SWEDEN, & HAS MINERAL, AND RAW MATERIAL RESOURCES.

UZBEKISTAN AIRWAYS (UZB) ALSO SERVES AS THE NATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION REGULATORY AUTHORITY AND IS ALSO RESPONSIBLE FOR AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL (ATC) SERVICES.

NOW FLIES 30 ROUND TRIPS A DAY TO 16 DESTINATIONS IN UZBEKISTAN, 30 IN RUSSIA, AND 75 INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS PER WEEK. WANTS TO INCREASE FREQUENCIES TO LONDON, FRANKFURT, AND BEIJING. ALSO, LONG-HAUL TO BANGKOK, KARACHI, KUALA LUMPUR, ATHENS, & NEW YORK, VIA AMSTERDAM. NEW ROUTE TO JAKARTA, IN SUMMER.

LAST YEAR, CARRIED 4,000 JAPANESE TOURISTS, TO UZBEKISTAN, ON CHARTER FLIGHTS.

$146 MILLION UPGRADE OF AIRPORTS, AT TOURIST ATTRACTION, ANCIENT CITIES, OF SAMARKAND, BUKHARA & URGHENCH, FOR 2,500TH ANNIVERSARY, OF EACH CITY'S FOUNDING.

4-BAY, MAINTENANCE HANGAR IS ONE OF LARGEST MAINTENANCE CENTERS IN FORMER SOVIET UNION. IS ONE OF A FEW IL-62 OVERHAUL CENTERS IN THE WORLD. WORKS ON CUBANA (CUB) ILYUSHIN CONTRACT MAINTENANCE.

11,300 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 2,200 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 3,000 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT).

OPERATES SEVERAL IL-62'S & -86'S ON HADJ FLIGHTS, AND TU-154'S WET-LEASED TO PAKISTAN INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES (PIA). $75 MILLION FOR 3RD RJ-85 (MAY 1997), TO REPLACE YAK-40'S & AN-24'S (TO BE USED AS VIP FOR GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS). POSSIBLE ACQUISITION OF 3RD A310. PURCHASES 2 A310'S, THAT WERE LEASED AND 1 ORDER (MAY 1998) A310-300 (P&W).

MAY 1997: ALTHOUGH 757 VIP WAS DELIVERED IN MARCH 1997, PRESIDENT ISLAM KARIMOV DID NOT FLY ON IT UNTIL MAY 1997, TO ASHGABAT, TURKMENISTAN.

1 ORDER (MAY 1998) A310-300 (PW4000).

JUNE 1997: 16,296 EMPLOYEES.

CURRENTLY FLIES A MECHANIC (MT) AND AN ELECTRICIAN ON EACH 767 FLIGHT, TO RESOLVE ANY TECHNICAL PROBLEMS, AND DISPATCH THE AIRPLANE DOWN-LINE.

ENGINEERING & MAINTENANCE'S READINESS AND CAPABILITY IS GOOD, BUT SOME REVISIONS ARE REQUIRED TO FLIGHT OPERATIONS DOCUMENTATION.

TO FLY TO NEW YORK, VIA AMSTERDAM. CONSIDERING FLIGHTS TO USA, WEST COAST, POSSIBLY SEATTLE, VIA NOVOSIBIRSK, OR OTHER EASTERN RUSSIAN CITIES.

(BDCA) GRANTS 139 MINUTES EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS) APPROVAL FOR 767 ACROSS NORTH ATLANTIC.

UZBEKISTAN AIRLINES (UZB) ADOPTS CONDOR CARGO TECHNIK (CCT) MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE, & ENGINEERING SERVICES, FOR 757 & 767, INCLUDING "1A" & "6A" MAINTENANCE CHECKS ON 757 & 1 767.

2 TU-154B-2'S, & 2 TU-154M'S RETURNED FROM PAKISTAN INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES (PIA). 1 LEASED TO AIR ZENA (GEI).

JULY 1997: 1996 = +$7 MILLION (NET PROFIT).

(FAA) AUDIT RESULTS IN TEMPORARY (2 YEARS) EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS) APPROVAL FOR FLIGHTS TO USA BEING RESCINDED, MAINLY BECAUSE VERY LITTLE PROGRESS HAD BEEN MADE ESTABLISHING A REGULATORY AUTHORITY SEPARATE FROM THE AIRLINE. UZBEKISTAN AIRLINES (UZB) HOPES THAT THE REGULATORY AUTHORITY WILL BE SEPARATED BY APRIL 1998, & HAS APPLIED FOR ANOTHER TEMPORARY APPROVAL OF 120 MINUTES (ETOPS) UNTIL THAT TIME.

(UZB) LEASES IL-62M (UK-86577) TO AIR ZENA (GEI) TO FLY GEORGIAN PRESIDENT, EDUARD SHEVARDNADZE TO THE USA.

1 AVRO RJ-85 DELIVERY.

SEPTEMBER 1997: FOR MANY YEARS, REPAIR PLANT 243 HAS MAINTAINED IL-62, IL-86 & TU-154'S. UZBEKISTAN AIRLINES (UZB) HOPE TO BEGIN A310 "C" CHECKS, IN 1998. REPAIR FACTORY #243 HAS 2,300 EMPLOYEES. IN 1996, IT OVERHAULED 14 AIRFRAMES, & 7 IN 1ST 6 MONTHS, IN 1997. RUSSIAN FEDERAL AVIATION SERVICE DOES NOT ACCEPT NEW UZBEKI CERTIFICATES, WHICH PREVENTS WORK ON RUSSIAN REGISTERED IL-76'S. IN 1997, ONLY DID 1 UZB IL-76TD. ANATOLY MINDAR, FACTORY CHIEF ENGINEER HOPES TO OBTAIN RUSSIAN CERTIFICATION SOON. IS WORLD'S ONLY OVERHAUL FACTORY FOR IL-62, & DOES (ARO), (DOD) & (KHA) IL-62'S, DESPITE NO RUSSIAN CERTIFICATE. DOES RUSSIAN AIRPLANE OVERHAUL FOR UKRAINE, NORTH KOREA, CUBA, WITH EGYPT, BUREAU VERITAS, TRAINED UZBEKI SPECIALISTS, TO (ISO)-9000 STANDARDS.

1996 = 2.8 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX) (1 MILLION).

PLANS TO REPLACE OLD FLEET OF TU-154'S, WITH 10-15 757'S, & 767'S.

OCTOBER 1997: RJ-85'S, TO REPLACE OBSOLETE AN-24'S, & YAK-40. PLANS TO ACQUIRE 10-15 757'S, OR 767'S, TO REPLACE TU-154'S, ON INTERNATIONAL ROUTES. 7 TU-154B'S BROKEN UP.

NOVEMBER 1997: 1ST 9 MONTHS = +$150 MILLION (+70%): 11 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX) (+5.2%), 25,000 TONS FREIGHT (+40.3%). PROFITS TO BE USED TO FINANCE THE LEASING OF NEW AIRPLANES AND TO MODERNIZE AIRPORTS AT SAMARKAND, BUKHARA, AND KHIVA.

DECEMBER 1997: NEW ROUTE TO DHAKA, BANGLADESH (767) NEXT MONTH.

2 B AE RJ-85 (E3212, E3219) DELIVERIES. 1 ORDER RJ-85, VIP.

FEBRUARY 1998: (JAR) 145 APPROVAL, FOR UZEKISTAN AIRLINES (UZB), BUT NOT YET FOR REPAIR PLANT 243.

MARCH 1998: TRANSAERO (TRX) FORMS AVIATION ALLIANCE CALLED "COMMONWEALTH OF INDEPENDENT STATES ALLIANCE (CISA)," WITH UZBEKISTAN KHAVO JULLARY (UZB) TO IMPROVE GROWTH & COMPETITIVENESS WITH FOREIGN AIRLINES, BY INCREASING AIR SERVICE, IMPROVING QUALITY, MORE EFFICIENT OPERATIONS, UNIFYING TYPES OF AIRPLANES FLOWN, DEVELOPING A SINGLE RESERVATIONS SYSTEM, & IMPROVING TECHNICAL AND GROUND SERVICES INFRASTRUCTURE.

APRIL 1998: 16,296 EMPLOYEES.

MAY 1998: 767-300 (VL8060) 1ST "C" MAINTENANCE CHECK AT CONDOR TECHNIK (CDF) WITH 2ND (VL807) IN SEPTEMBER 1998. IN 1999, UZBEKISTAN AIRLINES (UZB) WILL DO "C" CHECKS

JUNE 1998: PLANS SERVICE TO PARIS (A310) VIA FRANKFURT.

+2 ORDERS (JULY 1999) 757-200. 3RD A310 DELIVERY.

JULY 1998: NEW ROUTE TO DHAKA, BANGLADESH (767-300, 3 CLASS).

1ST PRESIDENTIAL 757, "C" MAINTENANCE CHECK AT ASSOCIATED AIR CENTER (AAC), DALLAS, + INTERIOR MODIFICATIONS. UZBEKISTAN AIRLINES (UZB) TECHNICAL PERSONNEL OBSERVED CHECK.

EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS) 120 MINUTES FLIGHTS/MONTH (TOTAL): 2 767'S = 26 (182) ASIA, 10 (70) OVER NORTH ATLANTIC.

AUGUST 1998: FINALLY RECEIVES (JAR) 145 APPROVAL FOR 767 & A310'S UP TO "C" MAINTENANCE CHECK.

A310-324 (706) DELIVERY. 1ST AIRLINE TO TAKE DELIVERY OF IL-114 TURBOPROP FROM THE TASHKENT AIRCRAFT PRODUCTION FACTORY (TAPO), 64 PAX, $13 MILLION.

SEPTEMBER 1998: 767 (VL807), TO CONDOR (CDF) FOR "C" MAINTENANCE CHECK.

OCTOBER 1998: USA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (DOT) OK'S FOREIGN AIR CARRIER PERMIT FOR SCHEDULED AND CHARTER COMBI SERVICE TO USA. UZBEKISTAN AIRLINES (UZB) CURRENTLY SERVES 50 DESTINATIONS IN EUROPE, ASIA, AND AFRICA.

TASHKENT AIRCRAFT REPAIR WORKS, (JAA) CERTIFICATE FOR "SERVICING WESTERN-MADE PLANES, INCLUDING "A" MAINTENANCE CHECK & "C" MAINTENANCE CHECK FOR A310 JETS." LUFTHANSA (DLH) TO INVEST $27 MILLION TO HELP DEVELOP THE CENTER.

COMPLETES 1ST "C" CHECK ON A310 IN 8.5 DAYS ("WENT SMOOTHLY"). PLANS FOR 767 "C2" CHECK IN LATE 1999.

+2 ORDERS 757'S IN 1999.

2 767'S 120 MINUTES EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS) FLIGHTS/MONTH (TOTAL FLIGHTS) = NORTH ATLANTIC 17 (121); ASIA 26 (260).

NOVEMBER 1998: SIGNS ALLIANCE WITH AEROFLOT (ARO), INCLUDING CODE SHARE, MOSCOW TO BUKHARA, SAMARKAND, TASHKENT & URGENCH, + JOINT FREIGHT SERVICE DELHI - TASHKENT - MOSCOW.

MARCH 1999: IN ADDITION TO CURRENT WEEKLY FLIGHTS TO NEW YORK, VIA AMSTERDAM, PLANS FOR END OF 2ND QUARTER TO NEW YORK, VIA KIEV, UKRAINE (767).

APRIL 1999: (http://www.uzbekistan-airways.com).

JUNE 1999: CODE SHARE WITH MALAYSIAN AIRLINES (MAS) TO KUALA LUMPUR.

COMPLETES 1ST RJ-85 "C" MAINTENANCE CHECK (12 DAYS) WITH ASSISTANCE FROM CROSSAIR (CSR) MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL.

AUGUST 1999: 757-23P (30060, UK-75701) DELIVERY.

ACCDT: YAKOVLEV 40 (9331730, UK-87848) OVERSHOT RUNWAY, ON LANDING, AT TURTKUL = DESTROYED (W/O).

SEPTEMBER 1999: PLANS NEW ROUTES TO ROME AND MANCHESTER (757).

RECEIVES (JAA) APPROVAL FOR 757/767 MAINTENANCE THROUGH "C" MAINTENANCE CHECK TO (JAR) 145.

2ND 757-23P DELIVERY. NEXT MONTH, TO CONDUCT 1ST "C-2" MAINTENANCE CHECK ON 767, NORMALLY CONTRACTED TO CONDOR (CDF).

NOVEMBER 1999: COMPLETES 767 (VL-806) "C" MAINTENANCE CHECK IN 9 DAYS, INCLUDING 13 SERVICE BULLETINS (SB)'S. 3 767'S CHARTER FLIGHTS TO AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND. COMPLETED "C" CHECK ON 2ND A310 (10 DAYS).

DECEMBER 1999: 2 IL-76TD'S (1013408240, UK-76351; 0093498954, UK-76794) RETURNED FROM EAST LINE (ESL). 757-23P (30061, VP-BUD), DELIVERY.

JANUARY 2000: ILYUSHIN RECEIVES (CIS) CERTIFICATION FOR NEW IL-114-100 (PW127H) ASSEMBLED AT CHKALOV AVIATION PLANT, TASHKENT (UZB) HAS 3 ORDERS.

FEBRUARY 2000: CODE SHARE WITH BALKAN BULGARIAN (BUL) TO NEW YORK, WITH STOPOVER AT SOFIA, BULGARIA.

MARCH 2000: CODE SHARE WITH AIR-INDIA (AIN), AMRITSAR - TASHKENT - BIRMINGHAM (2/WEEK). IN APRIL 2000, TO ROME (757, 2/WEEK).

APRIL 2000: 16,296 EMPLOYEES. (info@uzbekistan-airways.com).

MAY 2000: TO BIRMINGHAM (757, 2/WEEK).

SIGNS AGREEMENT TO ACQUIRE 3 IL-114-100'S (PW127) IN 2000 AS PART OF 10 ORDERS FROM TASHKENT AIRCRAFT PRODUCTION ORGANIZATION.

JULY 2000: COMPLETES 1ST "C" MAINTENANCE CHECK OF 757-200 VIP BY (UZB) (PREVIOUS ONES DONE BY CONDOR (CDF)).

AUGUST 2000: RESUMES SERVICE TO BAHRAIN, VIA ASHGABAT (RJ-85, 2/WEEK).

SEPTEMBER 2000: 2-YEAR EXTENSION OF (JAR) 145 CERTIFICATION.

OCTOBER 2000: 1 IL-62M, RETURNED FROM AIRZENA (GEI).

NOVEMBER 2000: 2 ORDERS (FEBRUARY 2002) 767-300ER'S (PW4000).

JANUARY 2001: SIGNS UP WITH ELT BANBURY, A LANGUAGE SCHOOL SPECIALIZING IN AVIATION BY A EUROPEAN UNION (EU)-FUNDED CONTRACT, TO TRY TO IMPROVE THE ENGLISH OF SENIOR MANAGEMENT, AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS, AND TECHNICAL TRAINING PERSONNEL.

TO BIRMINGHAM, UK (2/WEEK).

FEBRUARY 2001: TO OSAKA, JAPAN (757-200) (LANDING FEES AT TOKYO WERE TOO EXPENSIVE).

APRIL 2001: CONTRACT WITH DUTCHBIRD (DUT), FOR LINE AND TRANSIT MAINTENANCE, AT AMSTERDAM. WILL LOCATE 4 UZBEKISTAN AIRLINES (UZB) TECHNICAL PERSONNEL AT AMSTERDAM.

COMPLETES "C" MAINTENANCE CHECK ON 1 A310 IN 9 DAYS AT TASHKENT.

SUMMER SCHEDULE, INCLUDES RESUMPTION OF WEEKLY SERVICE TO BAHRAIN, LONDON (6/WEEK), NEW DELHI (6/WEEK), AND TO AMRITSAR (4/WEEK).

JULY 2001: STARTS SERVICE TO BIRMINGHAM, UK - NEW YORK (JFK) (767-300ER, WEEKLY).

DECEMBER 2001: CAPTAIN AZIZ KADYROV, DEPUTY GENERAL DIRECTOR, FLIGHT OPERATIONS; ALISHER KUSAEV, CHIEF FLIGHT OPERATIONS; & RENAT GAINULLIN, CHIEF PILOT 757/767 FLEET.

JANUARY 2002: 10TH ANNIVERSARY!

2001 = +$52 MILLION (X2): 1.55 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX) (-13%) (1.79 MILLION), BUT HAD CUT SEVERAL LOSS-MAKING AND HEAVILY SUBSIDIZED DOMESTIC ROUTES AS DEMAND FELL.

NOW SERVES 19 DESTINATIONS IN EUROPE, THE MIDDLE EAST, SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST ASIA, AND NORTH AMERICA, AS WELL AS 22 DESTINATIONS IN THE (CIS). MOSCOW - TASHKENT - BANGKOK, CHARTER FLIGHTS.

IN JULY 2002, TO DO "C4" MAINTENANCE CHECK, ON THE PRESIDENTIAL 757.

WILL ORDER +1 767-300ER.

MARCH 2002: TASHKENT MAINTENANCE REPAIR & OVERHAUL (MRO), PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS "PLANT 243" HAS RECEIVED (JAR)-145 CERTIFICATION FOR HEAVY MAINTENANCE ON 757, 767, A310, & RJ-85'S, AND RENAMED "UZBEKISTAN AIRWAYS TECHNICS." IS CONTEMPLATING A JOINT VENTURE WITH LUFTHANSA TECHNIK (LTK) (DLH).

APRIL 2002: DOMESTIC SCHEDULED SERVICES: TO ANDIZHAN, BUKHARA, FERGANA, KARSHI, NAMANGAN, NUKUS, SAMARKAND, TASHKENT, TERMEZ, AND URGENCH.

INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED SERVICES: TO ALMATY, AMRITSAR, ASHGABAT, ATHENS, BAHRAIN, BAKU, BANGKOK, BEIJING, BIRMINGHAM, BISHKEK, CHELYABINSK, DELHI, DHAKA, EKATERINBURG, FRANKFURT, ISTANBUL, JEDDAH, KARAGANDA, KUALA LUMPUR, LONDON, MENERALNYE VODY, MOSCOW, NY, NOVOSIBIRSK, OMSK, OSAKA, PARIS, ROME, ROSTOV, SAMARA, SEOUL, SHARJAH, SIMFEROPOL, ST PETERSBURG, TEL AVIV, TYUMEN, AND UFA.

August 2002: Uzbekistan Airways Technics (UAT), formerly known as Plant 243 received (JAR) 145 approval for maintenance up to and including "C" maintenance check for 757, 767, and A310 airplanes.

Saturday flights to London are routed through Samarkand to promote tourism in Uzbekistan.

2 IL-114's (1033828025, UK-91000; 63826020, UK-91009), leased to Vyborg.

November 2002: 2 charter flights to Christchurch, New Zealand, via Kuala Lumpur (767-300). Charter flight to Dubai, via Bukhara (757).

February 2003: In March 2003, resumes Tashkent - Birmingham - New York (JFK) (2/week).

July 2003: 16,296 employees. (http://www.airways.uz).

Bukhara - Tashkent (inaugural flight of 1st (P&W) powered Il-114-100 turboprop).

August 2003: 2 orders (September 2003) 767-300ER's (PW4000).

September 2003: 3rd 767-300ER delivery. Operates to Europe and Asia.

October 2003: 767-3CBER (PW4062) (33469, VP-BUE), ex-Hawaiian Airlines (HWI), Boeing Capital (TBC) leased, delivery.

January 2004: ACCDT: (UZB) Yak-40 (9540844, UK-87958) (37,000 hours) crashed in heavy fog on approach to Tashkent = all 37 fatalities. Uzekistan Airlines (UZB) grounded its Yak-40 fleet for technical inspections. The airplane that crashed (9540844) was due for retirement in 2004.

March 2004: Arkia (ARK) signs accord with Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) for weekly flights from Tel Aviv to Tashkent in April 2004, and market in-Israel flights with (UZB) via Tashkent to Bangkok, Tokyo, New Delhi, and Hanoi.

July 2004: 2003 = 4 Billion (RPK) traffic (+1.1%); 58.4% LF load factor; 1.48 million passengers (PAX) (+.9%); 70.98 million (FTK) freight traffic (+2.8%).

September 2004: 757-231 (30339, VP-BUH), Hawk Leasing leased, 757-231 (28487, VP-BUI), PAFCO leased, and 757-231 (28488, VP-BUJ), Pegasus (PSS) leased.

October 2004: Tashkent - Riga - New York (2/week).

December 2004: 767-33PER (33078, VP-BUF) delivery.

July 2005: As the Uzbek national carrier, Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) serves domestic routes and international routes to Europe, Russia, the (CIS), and the Far East, as well as to the USA.

(IATA) Code: HY - 250. (ICAO) Code: UZB (Callsign - UZBEK).

Parent organization/shareholders: Government owned (100%).

Alliances: Arkia Israeli Airlines (ARK); & Malaysia Airlines (MAS).

Domestic, Scheduled Destinations: Andizhan; Bukhara; Fergana; Karshi; Namangan; Navoi; Nukus; Samarkand; Tashkent; Termez; Urgench; & Zarafshan.

International, Scheduled Destinations: Almaty; Amritsar; Ashgabat; Athens; Baku; Bangkok; Beijing; Birmingham; Bishkek; Chelyabinsk; Delhi; Ekaterinburg; Frankfurt; Hanoi; Ho Chi Minh City; Istanbul; Kazan; Kiev; Krasnodar; Krasnoyarsk; Kuala Lumpur; London; Mineralnye Vody; Moscow; New York; Novosibirsk; Omsk; Osaka; Paris; Riga; Rome; Rostov; Samara; Seoul; Sharjah; Simferopol; St Petersburg; Tel Aviv; Tokyo; Tyumen; & Ufa.

September 2006: AirBaltic (BAU) will place its code on Uzbekistan Airways (UZB)'s twice-weekly, Riga - Tashkent service beginning October 29.

June 2007: Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) ordered six A320s as part of its fleet rationalization. It operates a mixed fleet of 55 airplanes spread over 10 different types from the 767-300ER to the Yak-40, but is rebuilding its fleet around 787s and A320s.

August 2007: 767-33PER (35796, UK-67000), delivery.

October 2007: Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) selected the (GEnx) to power the two 787-8s it ordered this summer. The order is valued at more than >$70 million, (GE) Aviation said.

December 2007: CHAMP Cargosystems announced agreements with AeroRepublica (REU), Air Namibia (NAM), flyLAL Lithuanian Airlines (LIJ), TESIS, and Uzbekistan Airlines (UZB) to transition the airlines to fully automated cargo systems.

February 2008: (CFM) International won an $80 million deal with Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) for (CFM56-5B)s to power six A320s scheduled for delivery in 2011.

July 2008: Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) selected (PW4000)s to power four firm 767s it has on order in a deal valued at more than >$130 million. Deliveries are slated to begin in 2013.

August 2008: Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) took delivery of a second IL-114-100.

September 2008: Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) hoping its landlocked region in central Asia regains some of its historical prominence in global trade, seems to be doing well. During the first half of 2008, (UZB)’s net profit grew to +$3 million, helped by a +8% (RPK) increase in traffic. (UZB) currently operates about 20 airplanes, including 757s, A310, 767s and a handful of old Soviet Tupolovs. It flies as far as New York (JFK), and even handles some USA - India traffic through its geographically well-placed Tashkent hub. It recently ordered two 787s and six A320s.

December 2008: Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) ordered four more A320s, bringing its total commitment to 10. It signed up for six last summer. Its Airbus (EDS) fleet currently comprises three A310s.

June 2009: Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) started all-cargo flights with two A300Fs dry-leased from Korean Air (KAL). The service is based at Navoiy, where the airlines will partner in developing the airport into a logistics hub for central Asia. The freighters will operate to Bangkok, Delhi and Mumbai.

August 2009: (CSA) Czech Airlines commenced seasonal twice-weekly, Prague - Tashkent service August 19 under a code share agreement with Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) aboard an A319.

November 2009: Il-114-100 delivery at the Chkalov Assembly facility of the Tashkent Aircraft Production Association (TAPO). A further 3 airplanes are on order to replace its remaining An-24 and Yak-40 models.

July 2010: Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) received its first A320-214 configured in a two-class cabin layout seating 150 passengers, 12C in business and 138Y in economy. It is the first of 10 A320-200s ordered directly from Airbus (EDS) as part of (UZB)’s strategic fleet modernization program. The A320-200 will make its first commercial flight from Tashkent to Baku.

Korea’s huge transportation conglomerate, the Hanjin Group that owns Korean Air (KAL), says it is speeding up efforts to create a Central Asia logistics hub for multi-modal freight with the opening of an air cargo terminal at Navoi International Airport in Uzbekistan.

Calling the terminal part of a modern-day "Silk Road," Korean Air (KAL) President & (COO), Chang Hoon Chi says the airline will “spare no effort” to support freight growth at Navoi. To gain pre-occupancy benefits, Hanjin has helped manage the airport for the past 20 months with the government. The Uzbekistan terminal is modeled after Korean Air (KAL)’s freight center at its home base in Incheon (ICN), Asia’s second-busiest freight hub. The terminal covers 160,382 sq meters (1.7 million sq ft) and is designed to handle 100,000 tons of cargo a year. A second phase anticipates a 500,000-ton capacity.

Construction on the terminal began in December 2008. Hanjin signed a Memo of Understanding (MOU) last May with the Uzbekistan government and Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) to develop an air cargo hub at Navoi Airport and launched thrice-weekly 747-400F (ICN) - Navoi - Milan flights in August. Hanjin announced in late summer it would join the project with the aim of turning Navoi into a multi-modal cargo hub. (KAL) also sees potential passenger opportunities in the country and launched thrice-weekly, 777-200 (ICN) - Tashkent service in September.

“(KAL) will spare no effort in supporting the growth of Navoi into Central Asia’s best logistics hub, expanding global network and practicing aggressive marketing strategies as (KAL) participates in the airport management,” Chi added.

2 A320-214s (4371, UK-32011; 4409), deliveries.

August 2010: A320-214 (4395, UK-32012), ex-(D-AVVK) delivery.

December 2011: As the Uzbek national carrier, Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) serves domestic routes and international routes to Europe, Russia, the (CIS), and the Far East, as well as to the USA.

(IATA) Code: HY - 250. (ICAO) Code: UZB (Callsign - UZBEK).

Parent organization/shareholders: Uzbekistan government owned (100%).

Alliances: AirBaltic (BAU); (CSA) Czech Airlines; Indian Airlines (AIN)/(IND); Korean Air (KAL); Malaysia Airlines (MAS); & WindRose Air.

Main Base: Tashkent International Airport (TAS).

Domestic, Scheduled Destinations: Andizhan; Bukhara; Fergana; Karshi; Namangan; Navoi; Nukus; Samarkand; Tashkent; Termez; Urgench; & Zarafshan.

International, Scheduled Destinations: Almaty; Amritsar; Ashgabat; Athens; Baku; Bangkok; Beijing; Birmingham; Bishkek; Chelyabinsk; Delhi; Ekaterinburg; Frankfurt; Hanoi; Ho Chi Minh City; Istanbul; Kazan; Kiev; Krasnodar; Krasnoyarsk; Kuala Lumpur; London; Mineralnye Vody; Moscow; New York; Novosibirsk; Omsk; Osaka; Paris; Riga; Rome; Rostov; Samara; Seoul; Sharjah; Simferopol; St Petersburg; Tel Aviv; Tokyo; Tyumen; & Ufa.

January 2011: A320-214 (4528, UK-32000), delivery.

February 2012: Boeing (TBC) has delivered a new 767-33PER (Extended Range) (40536, UK67004) passenger airplane to Uzbekistan Airways (UZB), coinciding with (UZB)’s 20th anniversary.

This is the first of the four 767-300ERs ordered by (UZB) in 2008. (UZB) also has two 787-8s on order.

March 2012: Boeing (TBC) and Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) have partnered with "Project Hope" to transport a consignment of medical supplies destined for hospitals in Tashkent on a newly delivered 767-300ER (Extended Range).

The 6,950-pound/approximately 3,150-kilogram shipment is made up of 162 boxes of medicines and medical supplies and comes as part of Boeing (TBC)’s "Humanitarian Delivery Flights" program.

“Boeing (TBC), through its "Global Corporate Citizenship" organization, supports relief efforts around the world in partnership with non-governmental agencies and non-profits like "Project Hope." Through these collaborative efforts and with our airline partners, we bring relief and hope to people in need,” said Liz Warman, Global Corporate Citizenship Northwest Director.

On a previous delivery flight in February, (TBC) and (UZB) partnered with the "Seattle - Tashkent Sister City Association" and the "Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan" to transport a consignment of scholarly books for the Tashkent-based International Library. The 4,720-pound/approximately 2140-kilogram shipment included 118 boxes of scholarly books covering various fields such as literature, linguistics, languages, history, demography, ecology and public health.

“Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) is constantly looking at ways to contribute to the development and benefit of the community and we are happy to be working with (TBC) and "Project Hope" to transport medical supplies to Tashkent,” said Valeriy Tian, Director-General, Uzbekistan Airways. “I would like to thank our partners at (TBC) and "Project Hope" for driving this initiative for the betterment of our community in Uzbekistan.”

Over the years Boeing (TBC) has facilitated more than >140 humanitarian delivery flights, working in partnership with nearly 50 different airlines worldwide.

April 2012: Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) is reportedly planning to add Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji International airport (BOM) as its third Indian destination later this year. It already serves Amritsar Raja Sansi International airport (ATQ) and Delhi Indira Gandhi International airport (DEL) in the north of the country.

September 2012: Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) is reportedly planning to retire its remaining two A310-300s by February 2013. It currently mainly operates the airplanes on routes from Tashkent to Delhi Indira Gandhi International (DEL), Dubai International (DXB), Geneva Cointrin (GVA) and Madrid Barajas (MAD) airports, as well as via Samarkand (SKD) to Moscow Domodedovo International (DME) airport.

November 2012: Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) inaugurated operations on the 900 km route from its Tashkent (TAS) base to Islamabad (ISB) on 31 October, making the Pakistani capital the second destination after Lahore that it serves in the country. Twice-weekly flights are operated on the route using A320s.

(UZB) resumed weekly services on the 1,500 km route from its base in Tashkent (TAS) to Urumqi (URC), the capital of the north-western Chinese region of Xinjiang Uyghur. The 767-300ER operated service faces competition from China Southern (GUN)’s also weekly flights.

April 2013: Russian aviation authorities are ready to restrict flights by Uzbekistan carriers, if the republic government does not allow Russia’s airlines to easily convert currency for tickets. The restrictions would become effective in April, according to the Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia.

Due to Uzbekistan’s complicated currency rules, Russian carriers that operate flights to the republic are having a hard time converting ticket money from the Uzbekistani som into US dollars or euros.

A representative of one of the Russia’s carriers said that millions of dollars were stuck at Uzbekistan banks. During the negotiations that took place in Moscow, Russian authorities required Uzbekistan to convert all money received by the airlines through January 1 before April 15. Later, republican authorities will have to work out the scheme to allow the carriers to easily convert money. Also, Russian airlines will receive permission to sell tickets in the currency they prefer. The next negotiations between the countries will take place in Uzbekistan at the end of April.

Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) would be impacted significantly by a decision to restrict flights. (UZB) has permission to fly to 13 cities in Russia, but it operates more than >30 routes between Russia and Uzbekistan. (UZB) performs two daily flights between the countries’ capitals, Moscow and Tashkent. Russia’s UTair Airlines (TYU) flies 6X-weekly; Aeroflot (ARO), 5X-weekly; and Transaero (TRX), 3X-weekly.

May 2013: Russia’s Ministry of Transport said Uzbekistan authorities have complied with its requirement to convert money received by Russian airlines for tickets sold in Uzbekistan through January 1 before the April 15 deadline. Uzbekistan has also eased ticket selling practices, according to the Ministry of Transport.

July 2013: SEE ATTACHED - - "UZB-2013-07 - A310'S AND RJ-85'S FOR SALE."

October 2013: Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) has resumed flights between Tashkent (TAS) and Volgograd (VOG) in Russia after a 16-year hiatus. The weekly (Wednesday) service started on September 18 and will be flown by one of (UZB)’s 10 150-seat (12C, 138Y) A320s. (UZB), the national carrier of Uzbekistan serves around 50 Asian and European destinations non-stop from Tashkent, with the longest sector being to Tokyo Narita, though in terms of weekly capacity (ASK)s, (UZB)’s double-daily service to Moscow Domodedovo tops the rankings. In addition to its Airbus narrow body fleet, (UZB) operates a number of 757s, 767s and IL-114s (the latter only on domestic routes). During the last year, (UZB) appears to have phased out its A310 and Avro RJ-85 operations.

March 2014: Russia and Uzbekistan want to liberalize bilateral agreements, but are unable to agree on the new rules. Russia’s aviation authorities have offered Uzbekistan the ability to cancel all restrictions on the number of carriers, flights, airplane capacity or the number of routes between the two countries.

According to negotiation protocol, published by Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia, cancellation of frequency restrictions should be the first step. However, Uzbekistan said it is not ready to do this because Russian carriers operate 86 flights per week between the countries, while Uzbekistan carriers operate 72 flights per week.

Instead, Uzbekistan authorities have offered to cancel restrictions on the number of routes so it will not prevent the development of Uzbekistan Airways (UZB). However, Russian authorities have dismissed this, pointing out that Russia is allowed to fly to 16 destinations, and there are only 11 points in Uzbekistan.

Both sides have agreed to continue negotiations, but have not established a specific time frame for a resolution. In the meantime, Russian carriers still cannot convert all the money they received for tickets sold in Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan authorities said the airlines can use local currency they received before January 1, 2014 to pay for airport handling and use them for local representative offices before Decemkber 31, 2014. Russian carriers asked permission to use local currency to pay for refuel service (excluding the fuel itself), but were denied.

Russia is the biggest market for Uzbekistan Airways (UZB), while Uzbekistan is a significant market for the carrier. Aviation experts say the bilateral agreements between Russia and the (CIS) countries are tougher than between Russia and Europe because the (CIS) government wants to protect its carriers against competition from stronger Russian airlines.

April 2014: Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) is on track to join the SkyTeam (STM) global alliance this year, (UZB)’s European Regional Manager, Timur Kerimov said.

May 2014: Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) is converting its two Boeing 767-300ERs into freighters to expand cargo operations from Tashkent to Shanghai Pudong, Hong Kong, and Guangzhou. The first 767 is being converted in Singapore and should be ready in November, European Regional Manager, Timur Kerimov said.

He added that (UZB) plans to add cargo flights to Frankfurt and will replace its Airbus A300-600F freighters.

(UZB) currently operates 37 airplanes and serves 24 countries, 54 destinations, 87 routes and 61 daily flights.

July 2014: Uzbekistan Airways ((IATA) Code: HY, based at Tashkent Yuzhny) (UZB) owner, the Uzbek government, has approved a USD246.6 million funding mechanism required to purchase two 787-8s from Boeing (TBC) and one spare engine. According to the "Uzbek" press, the Fund for Reconstruction and Development of Uzbekistan (FRDU) will extend a loan worth USD123.3 million backing the acquisition with 40% of the remaining capital to come from foreign banks and (UZB)'s own coffers.

The first of the 787s and the spare engine are due for delivery in June 2016 with the second due in August that year.

Currently, Uzbekistan Airways' wide body fleet constitutes nine 767-300ERs used on flights throughout the (CIS), India, Israel, Continental Europe, the United Kingdom, the Far East, and the USA.

August 2014: Boeing (TBC) and Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) will establish a new Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) facility in Tashkent by the year end.

September 2014: Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) has introduced a weekly (Saturday) service from Frankfurt (FRA) to Urgench (UGC) in Uzbekistan. The service then continues on to the capital, Tashkent. The 4,068 km routes will be served eight times until the end of the summer season using (UZB)’s 767-300s. Passengers wanting to travel from Urgench to Frankfurt, will have to take a connecting flight via Tashkent. (UZB) already operates flights from Paris (CDG) and Milan Malpensa on a similar weekly basis.

December 2014: 767-300ERF ("SAMARKAND") arrives at Tashkent, capital of Uzbekistan from Urumqi on its inaugural cargo charter flight - - SEE ATTACHED PHOTO - - "UZB-767-300ERF SAMARKAND - 2014-12."

767-33PER(BCF) (28392, UK67002) converted to freighter by (SASCO).

March 2015: News Item A-1: Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) 767-300ERF at Turkish Technic (THY) for maintenance - - SEE PHOTO - - "UZB-767F AT THY TECHNIC - 2015-03."

August 2016: Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) has taken delivery of the first of two ordered Boeing 787-83Ps. (UZB) will start 787 scheduled operations in September, General Director Valeriy Tyan said. The second 787 should be delivered later this year. (UZB)’s 787 Dreamliner is configured for 246 seats.

(UZB), the flag carrier of the Republic of Uzbekistan has trained 18 pilots (FC) and two pilot-instructors for the new 787. Its maintenance subsidiary, Uzbekistan Airways Technics has trained 64 maintenance technicians (MT), including six instructors.

(UZB) has had a partnership with Boeing (TBC) since 1996. (UZB)’s fleet consists of 34 aircraft, including 767s, 757s as well as Airbus A320s and Ilyushin Il-114-100. (UZB) flies to more than >40 destinations from its base at Tashkent International Airport.

November 2016: Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) will order +3 additional Boeing 787-9s (UZB) said November 5 while taking delivery of a 2nd 787-8 from a previous contract. According to (UZB), the Tashkent-based carrier, the agreement for additional airplanes was reached in September during a visit from Boeing Commercial Airplanes President & (CEO), Raymond Conner.

(UZB) took delivery of its 1st 787-8 on August 31, which started commercial operations September 5. On September 9, the 787 operated its 1st international flight to the Kazakhstan capital of Almaty. The 787-8s currently operate from Tashkent International Airport to Dubai, Deli, Tel Aviv, Istanbul, and Moscow.

Uzbekistan Airways (UZB) has had a partnership with Boeing (TBC) since 1996. (UZB)’s fleet consists of 34 airplanes, including 767s, 757s as well as Airbus A320 and Ilyushin Il-114-100 aircraft.

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November 2016:

1 757-23P (PW2037) (731-28338, /96 UK-75700), VIP, (DLH) TECH SPT, NOT (ETOPS) EQ'PD. 26C, 158Y.

2 757-23P (PW2037) (875-30060, /99 VP-BUB "URGENCH;" 886-30061, /99 VP-BUD "SHARHRISABZ"), (ETOPS) EQ'PD. 26C, 158Y.

1 757-231 (PW2037) (878-28487, /99 VP-BUI), EX-(TWA), PAFCO LSD 2004-09. (ETOPS) EQ'PD. 22F, 158Y.

1 757-231 (PW2037) (884-28488, /99 VP-BUJ), EX-(TWA), (PSS) LSD 2004-09. (ETOPS) EQ'PD. 22F, 158Y.

1 757-231 (PW2037) (896-30339, /99 VP-BUH - - SEE PHOTO - - "UZB-757-200-2014-05"), EX-(TWA), HAWK LEASING LSD 2004-09. 22F, 158Y.

1 767-3CBER (PW4062) (904-33469, /03 VP-BUE), EX-(HWI), (TBC) LSD 2003-10. 18C, 246Y.

2 767-33PER (PW4062) (635-28370, /96 UK-67001 "SAMARKAND;" 650-28392, /97 UK-67002 "KHIVA") (DLH) TECH SPT, (ETOPS). 28392; CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER BY (SASCO) 2014-12. 10F, 40C, 157Y & FREIGHTER.

1 767-33PER (PW4062) (928-33078, /04 VP-BUF), 18C, 246Y.

1 767-33PER (PW4062A) (958-35796, /07 UK-67000), 40C.

3 +1 ORDER 767-33PER (PW4062A) (1019-40534, UK67003, 2012-02; 40535, UK67006, 2013-06; 1021-40536, UK67004, 2012-02; 2011-07; 2011-09), 351 PAX.

1 767-300ERF (PW4062A) ("SAMARKAND"), 2014-12. FREIGHTER.

1 +1 ORDER (2006-06) 787-83P DREAMLINER (GEnx), 246 PAX.

2 A300BF-622RF (PW4158) (717, /93 UK-31004; 722, /93 UK-31005), (KAL) LSD 2009-06. EX-(HL7299 & HL7244). FREIGHTER.

0 A310-324 (PW4152) (574, /91 UK-31001 "TASHKENT;" 576, /91 UK-31002 "FERGANA;" 706, /98 UK-31003 "BUKHARA"), (DLH) TECH ASSIST. TO RETIRE LAST 2 BY FEBRUARY 2013. FOR SALE. 12F, 30C, 150Y.

7 +3 ORDERS A320-214 (CFM56-5B4/3) (4371, /10 UK-32011; 4395, /10 UK-32012; 4417, /10 UK-32014; 4485, /10 UK-32015; 4492, /10 UK-32016; 4528, /10 UK-32000; 4651, /11 UK32017), 12C, 138Y.

3 B AE AVRO RJ-85 (LF-507-1F) (E2312, /97 UK-80001, (*VIP) 38 PAX; E2309, /97 UK-80002; E2319, /97 UK-80003), FOR SALE. 85Y.

2 AN-12B (AI-20M) (6343810, /66 UK-11369; 5343204, /65 UK-11372), FREIGHTER.

8 AN-24B (AI-24-II) (07306404, /70 UK-47274), 48Y.

3 AN-24RV (AI-24VT) (47309304, /74 UK-46658), 48Y.

0 IL-62M (D-30KU) (4445827, /84 SU-ZDA), ALIM AIRLINES LSD 1998-05. RTND. 180Y.

5 IL-76TD (1023408240, /92 UK-76351; 0093498954, /89 UK-76794). 1013408240, UK-76351, LST (ESL) 2001-10. 1033414483, UK-76359; RTND 2002-01. 1023412443, UK-76448 RF (ESL) 2002-05. 1023414454, UK-76353 RF (ESL) 2003-11. FREIGHTER.

0 IL-86 (NK-86) (51483207061, /87 UK-86090), RTRD. 350Y.

5 IL-114-100 (JT15D-1) (1033828025, UK-91000; 1063860202, /99 UK-91102; 63826020, UK-91109, LST VYBORG 2002-08, RTND 2013-05), TWIN TURBOPROP, ILYUSHIN FINANCE LSD. 64Y.

0 TU-154B-2 (NK-8-2U) (600, /84 UK-85600), 1 LST (GEI). 155Y.

0 TU-154M (D-30KU-154-II) (958, /93 UK-85776), RTRD. 155Y.

0 YAK-40 (AI-25) (9641551, /77 UK-88242), (9331730 DESTROYED AUGUST 1999), 9540844 DESTROYED JANUARY 2004 W/O. 32Y.

Management:
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VALERIY TIAN, PRESIDENT & DIRECTOR GENERAL.

EGAMBERGEN PALVANOV, FIRST DEPUTY GENERAL DIRECTOR.

T M RAFIKOV, GENERAL MANAGER.

CAPTAIN AZIZ KADYROV, DEPUTY GENERAL DIRECTOR FLIGHT OPERATIONS (2001-12).

CAPTAIN ALISHER KUSAEV, CHIEF FLIGHT OPERATIONS (2001-12).

CAPTAIN RENAT GAINULLIN, CHIEF PILOT 757/767 FLEET.

CAPTAIN ALIM IRIKH, DIRECTOR FLIGHT TRAINING DEPARTMENT.

VLADIMIR BLINOKHVATOV, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR (1997-01) (TASAEHY) & DEPUTY GENERAL DIRECTOR (T: 998-711) 254-1611) (2000-10).

SERGEI DAVYDOV, DEPUTY TECHNICAL DIRECTOR (2001-11).

GENNADY KHARLAP, CHIEF, A310 MAINTENANCE, DEPUTY TECHNICAL DIRECTOR.

OLEG SHENGIN, QUALITY MANAGER (1997-01).

VLADIMIR KIM, CHIEF ENGINEER.

RUSTAM YAKUBOV, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR INTERNATIONAL (1998-02).

TIMUR KERIMOV, EUROPEAN REGIONAL MANAGER.

 
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