Indian airline intends to enter Uzbek air market

Business Materials 4 October 2019 12:47 (UTC +04:00)

Baku, Azerbaijan, Oct. 4

By Fakhri Vakilov - Trend:

A meeting was held at the Ministry of Transport of Uzbekistan with a delegation of the Indian company Delhi International Airport Limited, headed by its Chief Commercial Officer, Sanjiv Edward, Trend reports with reference to the ministry.

The meeting participants discussed issues of increasing the efficiency of the intermodal logistics center "Navoi", created on the basis of the Navoi airport.

Edward voiced the Indian side’s interest in developing friendly relations between the two countries by using the transit potential of Uzbekistan in the transportation of passengers and goods.

He expressed the readiness of Delhi International Airport Limited to consider creating a system linking freight traffic between the airports of Navoi and Delhi.

“I am confident that Navoi Airport could become the largest land port in Central Asia, as it has all the capabilities for this, ” Edward said.

In addition, the Indian side announced its readiness for cooperation and the creation of IT solutions in the field of documentation and air transportation processes.

During the meeting, parties formed working groups to control the transportation of passengers and goods and agreements were reached on cooperation.


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