Uzbekistan Airways to fly Dreamliner to Southeast Asia

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Two cities in Southeast Asia will soon welcome Uzbekistan Airways’ new Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft.

The state-of-the-art long-haul jet will be deployed on the airline’s Tashkent-Kuala Lumpur-Singapore route from the start of the summer schedules in late March 2017. The 246-seat, two-class Dreamliner will replace the old 767 Uzbekistan Airways currently operates on the route.

And later this summer, effective June 2017, Uzbekistan Airways will start flying the 787 from Tashkent to Seoul’s Incheon Airport.

Uzbekistan Airways received its first of six new 787 Dreamliners in August 2016. The aircraft’s business class cabin features the airline’s first ever flat-bed seats.
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