The new route will be flown for Lufthansa by a Boeing 737 operated by the Swiss carrier, PrivatAir, seating 24 passengers in Business Class and 84 in Economy Class. “With this new destination, we are laying on a first direct connection from our Munich hub to Central Asia.
Our passengers will enjoy very personal comfort on the route on board the Boeing 737-800,“ said Thomas Klühr, Group Representative and Head of Hub Management Munich.
Taschkent, the largest city in Uzbekistan, has a population of about two million. Rich in
commodities and farm produce, the Country has incentivised a number of prominent
companies to establish a presence there. Germany is one of Uzbekistan’s principal
import partners and an important export partner. Tashkent also boasts an array of tourist
attractions and is a key staging post for trips on the Silk Road.
Passengers on board the Boeing 737-800 enjoy the travel experience in a restful and
relaxing atmosphere in the spacious cabin. The PrivatAir jet offers all the benefits of a
Lufthansa long-haul product, including the latest in-flight entertainment , Star Chef in-flight
menus, which are changed every two months, and all the amenities for passengers to
continue working in the aircraft cabin. In the sleeping mode, the seats fold down almost
horizontally into a two-metre bed. Comfort is also written large for passengers in
Economy. The limited number of seats ensures passengers very individual, personal
service. All the seats have their own videos, with additional legroom and ergonomically
The round-trip from Munich to Tashkent can be booked in Economy Class from 539
euros. The price includes all taxes, fees and the Lufthansa Ticket Service Charge on
flights booked online at www.lufthansa.com. Miles & More members will earn flights on the
route. Information on the new direct connection can be obtained and flight reservations
made on our website, at the Lufthansa Call Center (phone 01805 805 805), Lufthansa
travel agency partners or Lufthansa airport ticket counters.