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"Uzbekiston Havo Yullari" NAC will reduce the price of tickets, will use the phone on board and lose the "Karshi" airport

NAC will be in the center of attention of the main events on the development of inbound tourism in the country. This follows from the President's Decree "On measures for the development of inbound tourism".

The "Uzbekiston Havo Yullari" national air company was given the right to sell air tickets for international flights below the cost price. This measure was adopted to ensure the competitiveness of flights, the decree of the President of Uzbekistan "On measures for the development of inbound tourism" says. In accordance with the document, the tax base of "Uzbekiston Havo Yullari" will be reduced by the amount of the sale of air tickets at reduced prices.

It is planned to introduce the possibility to make calls, send SMS-messages and use the Internet on the aircrafts of the "Uzbekiston Havo Yullari". This is stipulated by the decree of the President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev "On measures for the development of inbound tourism". The plan of measures to provide additional paid services on aircraft of the national carrier is planned to be approved by March 31.
The State Committee for Tourism Development of Uzbekistan will develop a concept for the development of the "Karshi" international airport. It is planned to withdraw it from the structure of the "Uzbekiston Havo Yullari" National Air Company. On its territory will be introduced the regime of "Open Skies", including with the involvement of low-cost air companies. The concept should be prepared before July 1 on the basis of studying advanced foreign experience, the resolution says.
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