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Centrum Air is a new low-cost carrier that'll fly both domestic and international routes from its hub in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Currently in their start-up phase, Centrum Air plans to launch international flights between Uzbekistan and 15 countries, which include India, Turkey, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. From their base in Tashkent they plan to offer domestic routes to five other Uzbek cities, being Nukus, Urgench, Termez, Namangan and Fergana. The airline has plans to increase their fleet to 20 aircrafts by the end of 2023 and up to 100 by 2026. The company visions are to connect Uzbekistan cities, develop Central Asia's air transport and increase the tourist flow to Uzbekistan. They plan to provide a high quality service for an affordable price.

Baggage Policy

Centrum Air has not officially launched, so their baggage policy is yet to be confirmed.

Carry-on Baggage

Since Centrum Air is still in the start-up phase, its luggage policy has not yet been made public. You can anticipate that your ticket will come with one free piece of cabin luggage. This might be a personal item, a cabin case, or the airline might let you bring extra. When the airline completes their business operations and policies, more details will be made public.

Checked Baggage

The airline's checked luggage regulations have not yet been made public. However, a checked bag might be included in your ticket because the airline plans to run long-haul and international flights. This won't be made public until the airline begins operating.

Cabin Classes

Until Centrum Air officially launches, it is not known what Cabin classes they will offer on their aircraft.

Economy Class

It is unknown what cabin services will be offered or whether the airline will be premium-only or dual-class at this time due to the lack of information currently available. However, it is very possible that Centrum Air will offer an economy class service on board their aircraft. The level of service for this is not yet known.

Premium Class

Also unknown is whether the airline will equip its aircrafts with a business or premium cabin. Nearer the airline's launch, more details on the class type and service levels will be made available.


Little is currently known around whether passengers will have to check-in at the airport or if they will offer an online check-in service.

Online Check-in

Despite the launch of Centrum Air's website, little is known about its planned online check-in options at this time.

Airport Check-in

Regarding recommended check-in times, the airline has not yet released a statement. For international flights, it is generally advisable that passengers arrive as early as possible - roughly 2 hours before scheduled departure. As advised departure hours can vary by airport, we suggest contacting your departure airport in advance.

In-flight Entertainment & Wifi

As long-haul international flights are something Centrum Air intends to do, it's likely that these flights may feature in-flight entertainment systems. Although it is unknown whether Wifi will be implemented on the airline's fleet, additional details will be known closer to the airline's launch.

Food & Drink

The airline has not yet announced the food and beverage options it will offer. Free drinks, snacks, and meals may be provided on long-haul flights. Depending on the airline's business strategy, they might decide to charge for this service if they offer long distance for a low cost.

Frequent Flyer Program

As the airline is still in the start-up phase, it is not yet known if it will provide a frequent flyer club.

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Destinations that Centrum Air flies to

As of February 2023, the only confirmed locations that Centrum Air will travel to are:

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Hub Airport

Tashkent International Airport (TAS)

The major airport serving Uzbekistan is Tashkent International Airport. Regular flights operate to and from the airport from major cities all over the world. Its handy location, nearly in the centre of Asia, makes travelling between Europe, South-East Asia, Oceania and other continents simple. It serves as the primary air hub for the national carrier Uzbekistan Airlines and Qanot Sharq. Additionally using its runways are Asiana AirlinesAeroflotBritish AirwaysKorean AirLufthansa and Turkish Airlines.


Since Centrum Air is still in its early stages, it only has a small fleet of 4 aircrafts. Two of these are the Airbus A320-200, which holds around 150-200 passengers. Boeing 737 are their 2 other aircraft.