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Tashkent International Airport
The Tashkent International Airport is the main international airport in the country of Uzbekistan. Located 12 km from the city centre of Tashkent, the airport is also Central Asia's busiest airport. Tashkent is the capital of Uzbekistan and the airport sits on an advantageous location as it sits in the city's downtown area.
This public civilian airport is operated by Uzbekistan Airways and owned by the Government of Uzbekistan. It serves as the major hub of Uzbekistan Airways and has two concrete runways.
The Tashkent International Airport was established in 1923 and has gone through several major renovations and expansions over the years. Though the airport's location benefits many passengers, its 520 hectare land area in the middle of the city of Tashkent is a disadvantage to the airport's plans of development of expansion. A master plan for making the airport bigger with the capacity to handle more airlines and passengers includes relocating to a bigger area by the year 2030.
The airport is handling several airlines today, with both domestic and international destinations. There are destinations to over 21 cities in North America and Asia, 22 cities in the Commonwealth of Independent States and 11 domestic air routes. The airlines that serve these destinations include Aeroflot, Air Astana, Air Baltic, Asiana Airlines, Avia Traffic Company, China Southern Airlines, Czech Airlines, IrAero, Iran Air, Korean Air, S7 Airlines, Tatarstan Airlines, Turkish Airlines, UralAirlines, Uzbekistan Airways and a few others.
There are currently two terminals in operation at the airport, with Terminal 2 being the international passenger terminal and Terminal 3 serving domestic flights.
Terminal 2 was rebuilt in 2001 and is currently undergoing several renovations. It has the handling capacity of 1000 passengers per hour or 2 million passengers per year. It contains a VIP Hall, a number of restaurants and bars, currency exchange services, a Duty Free store, ticketing counters and a 24/7 pharmacy.
Terminal 3 was opened in 2011 and has the handling capacity of 400 passengers per hour. It also has a Duty Free sop, a VIP all, airline offices, newsstands, luggage storage services, playgrounds for children and a spacious parking lot.
There is no structure that connects both terminals, so if you need to get from one terminal to another, you'd have to go out and make your way to the terminal.
Other facilities include a mother and child room for breastfeeding mothers and baby changing facilities, a medical clinic, pay phones and free WiFi access on certain hotspots.
Since the airport is located very close to the city, taking a taxi to the city centre only takes 15-30 minutes, depending on traffic. For those who are not in a hurry, there are a few bus lines that stop at the airport, wherein they arrive every 15 minutes to pick up and bring passengers to the terminals. You can also get a taxi at the arrivals halls or book a car rental service.
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