Air Samarkand, was founded in Uzbekistan and will have its headquarters in Samarkand, the country's most popular tourism destination. When they start flying, they will run two Airbus A320s with a narrow body in a mono-configuration, with 180 economy class seats, on 14 international routes, with flights lasting between two and five hours. A hybrid air travel strategy will be utilised by Air Samarkand. The new airline is anticipated to launch operations in the first half of 2023. Later that year, they plan to receive six additional A320s to add to their current two, as well as two wide-body Airbus A330s.
Information surrounding baggage policies has yet to be released.
No carry-on baggage allowance has been disclosed by the airline as of yet.
Carry-on luggage must fit under the front seat and in the overhead compartments. Unless the item is forbidden by the country of destination, prohibited items must be stored in checked baggage and not in carry-on luggage. Items that are prohibited from being brought into the country may be seized by airport security or the immigration office upon entry.
Any liquid larger than 100ml must be kept in checked baggage along with other prohibited goods. If travellers brought any liquid, it had to be contained in a plastic bag and have a volume of no more than 100 ml for airport security inspection.
No information regarding the checked baggage limit has been released.
Due to foreign health and safety regulations, checked baggage cannot weigh more than 32kg and is only allowed to be a certain size.
There are 2 cabin classes onboard Air Samarkand aircraft.
When Air Samarkand first launch, they plan to only offer Economy Class on their aircrafts. In the future as they expand their fleet, this is expected to change. Air Samarkand hasn't announced any information on its Economy Class. This will mean that the airline seats are to be affordable and comfortable. There will be 180 Economy seats available.
Once they have begun operations, the airline plans to expand their fleet, acquiring larger aircrafts that will offer Business Class.
Check-in information is yet to be confirmed by the airline.
It is not yet known whether online check-in will be available.
The airline has not yet made a statement about suggested check-in hours. Although it is typically advised that passengers come as early as possible—typically 2 hours before scheduled departure for international flights—this is not always the case. We advise consulting your departure airport in advance as recommended departure times can vary by airport.
Air Samarkand hasn't announced any information about its in-flight entertainment.
Despite the fact that Air Samarkand hasn't disclosed a menu, the majority of airlines enable passengers to buy food and drinks on all flights lasting more than an hour.
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Samarkand International Airport is located in Samarkand, Uzbekistan and is one of the countries busiest airports, due to the city being the largest tourist area within Uzbekistan. Other airlines that fly from this airport include Uzbekistan Airways, Ural Airlines, Wizz Air and Aeroflot.
When they initially start operating, two modern medium-haul Airbus A320 aircrafts will be used. Later in 2023, after their launch, the company expects to enhance their fleet with several additional Airbus A320s fitted with Economy and Business class, as well as two wide-body long-haul A330s. Once they have expanded their fleet to offer their greatest quality of service, they can increase their route network.