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Uzbekistan Airways launches new Tashkent – Minsk route

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

Minsk victory square

The flag carrier of the Republic of Uzbekistan; The Uzbekistan Airways has announced a new route that will start in May 2015. The carrier presents new regular flight to Minsk, Belarus. Minsk is not only the capital and largest city of Belarus; it's also the capital of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).

Situated on the Svislač and Niamiha rivers, from 1919-1991 it was the capital of the former Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic. The city was 80% destroyed during World War II and as such was rebuilt in the 1950s to the liking of Stalin. Large, Soviet-bloc style buildings make up a large portion of the city. For this reason, Minsk is a wonderful place to visit for those interested in the Soviet Union.

Uzbekistan Airways will fly to the Republic of Belarus twice a week (every Tuesday and Thursday) operating Airbus А320.

The destination is the new development of the airline`s Spring-Summer flight season. The experts of Uzbekistan Airways project the new route will successfully find its audience.

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