Qatar Airways announces the latest addition to its summer schedule: four weekly flights to Tashkent, Uzbekistan’s capital, beginning June 2, 2024, and bookable now.
Tashkent sits in the centre of Central Asia, a region noted for its rich history and various cultures. It shares borders with Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan.
After Almaty, Kazakhstan, the destination is the second city in Central Asia that the State of Qatar’s national carrier serves. Passengers may now travel to over 170 destinations worldwide with seamless global connectivity to Tashkent via Hamad International Airport, the best airport in the Middle East, thanks to a new service operated by an Airbus A320 aircraft.
With its ancient buildings, breathtaking architecture, and lively cultural encounters, Uzbekistan provides a very unique travel experience. The ancient cities of Samarkand and Bukhara are well-known, and tourists may explore and take in the breathtaking Uzbek scenery. This stunning location provides a genuine taste of robust Uzbek food, friendly and hospitable locals, and a distinctive fusion of contemporary and traditional experiences.
When paying 100% of the fare with Avios, or when purchasing with a combination of cash and Avios, members of the Qatar Airways Privilege Club will accrue Avios and may enjoy even higher savings. Along with dining and shopping at Qatar Duty-Free, members can use their Avios for cabin upgrades, packages that include Qatar Airways Holidays, and much more.
The network of Qatar Airways expands:
Four weekly flights will operate from 2 June to 25 October 2024 to Tashkent.
- Doha to Tashkent flight QR377 departs at 19:50 and arrives at 01:20+1 on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.
- Tashkent to Doha flight QR378 departs at 03:20 and arrives at 05:20 on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.