Main types of transport in Uzbekistan


  Uzbekistan Airways National Company operates flights to more than 40 cities of the world and the geography of flights is constantly expanding. Uzbekistan Airways offers trips around Uzbekistan on comfortable Boeing 757/767/787 and A320. There are flights from Tashkent to Samarkand, Bukhara, Urgench, Termez, Andijan, Namangan, Karshi, Fergana, Navoi and Nukus are carried out to all tourist centers of the country. In all international airports, conditions have been created for providing high-quality passenger services and the best impressions of tourists of being in Uzbekistan.  

Flight schedule


Air fleet and seat configuration


Flight schedule Representative offices

Inflight magazines of Uzbekistan Airways


Automobile transport

  Bus routes connect mainly all major cities within the republic. In addition to city buses, there are intercity, mini-buses, and fixed-route taxis in the country. Payment for public transport provides for the purchase of tickets sold in the vehicle itself. In the capital, there is a unique project called Tashkent city tour – an exciting tour of a double-decker bus, where you can hear a lot of interesting information and admire beautiful views of the city. The double-decker ride is accompanied by an audio guide in 8 languages ​​(Uzbek, Russian, English, German, Spanish, French, Japanese and Chinese). In the near future, it is planned to launch additional double-decker that will move in  Samarkand and Bukhara. Detailed information on Tashkent city tour and prices can be found on the project website:  

Tashkent Metro (Underground)

  Tashkent metro is the only one in Central Asia. Currently, there are 3 metro lines: the Uzbekistan line, the Chilanzar line and the Yunus-Abad line. You can use the metro daily from 06:00 to 00:00.   Payment for ride is made with plastic tokens. (they are sold at the ticket office of the metro).

Railway transport.

Since 1993, Uzbekistan Railways has been a member of the Organization of the Commonwealth of Railways (OSJD) and has close ties with the International Union of Railways (UIC) and the United Nations Economic Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP).   The length of public railroads in Uzbekistan is more than 4,200 km. The railway network surrounds all densely populated areas, and regular communication is carried out in all popular destinations. Uzbek railways have a universal fleet of passenger trains that operate daily between such cities as Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Urgench, Nukus and others. High-speed trains You can buy a train ticket at the railway ticket office or at the station; you need to contact only station workers with breastplates (ticket agents, station attendants, station attendants, ticket issuing agents). For more information, contact tel. 1005. It is also possible to purchase an electronic ticket on the company’s website. Website:


You can get acquainted with the tariffs and services on the websites of the companies:  
  2. UZ
  5. TAXI-1052

Electric cars

For the convenience of tourists, electric cars began to run in the largest tourist centers of Uzbekistan. This type of environmentally friendly transport has already been appreciated by guests of Shakhrisabz, Bukhara and Samarkand. Currently, 6 electric cars move in Samarkand on the route Tiger Alley – Bibi Khanym Madrasah, 4 modern electric vehicles make flights along the historical part of Shakhrisabz. The route includes the Ak-Saray, Dorut Tilovat, Dorus Saodat complexes (about 4 km long). Each electric car is designed for fourteen places.    ]]>