The planes of the state-owned airline of Qatar - Qatar Airways will operate regular flights Doha-Tashkent-Doha, reports the Civil Aviation Agency under the Uzbekistan Ministry of Transport.

The route will be served by the following aircraft: narrow-body Airbus 320 and 321, long-haul Airbus 350, as well as wide-body Boeing 777 and 787.

The launch date of the first flight is expected to be announced.

With a modern fleet of more than 250 aircraft, the airline's flight map includes more than 160 international destinations, from Africa to Asia & Oceania. Qatar signed an intergovernmental agreement on air traffic with Uzbekistan on July 9, 2021, thus strengthening its presence on the Eurasian continent.

The launch of air traffic between our countries will strengthen ties not only in the areas of trade and economic cooperation, but also in scientific, cultural, and spiritual exchange. The rich Islamic heritage, relics, and unique artifacts of the Muslim art of Uzbekistan will undoubtedly be of interest to tourists from Qatar.

From when it started its operation in January 1994 and till now, Qatar Airways is incredible growth, especially in the last four years. The company is among the TOP 7 airlines with the highest five-star certificate according to the British agency Skytrax, having received a separate award for the quality of service in business class in 2017. The flights are provided great in-flight entertainment with a digital satellite TV service and a personal system, including games, video "on-demand" and broadcast of TV channels.

Qatar Airways Privilege Club - its own bonus program bilaterally applies to frequent flyer incentive programs of the entire Oneworld alliance, the German airline Lufthansa and the Japanese All Nippon Airways.