Uzbekistan’s Tashkent airport buys new buses
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Dec. 28
By Fakhri Vakilov-Trend:
Tashkent Islam Karimov International Airport in Uzbekistan has purchased a batch of new MAN A22 buses to carry passengers, Trend reports citing Uzbekistan’s Uzavtosanoat car manufacturing company.
They will deliver passengers from the airport terminal to the aircraft and vice versa.
"MAN A22 buses with a length of 12 meters are made on the basis of the MAN chassis. The low floor and the tilt system of the bus creates additional conveniences for passengers to enter and exit, and the air conditioning and heating system provides a comfortable temperature in the bus cabin all year round," Uzavtosanoat noted.
Lightweight aluminum bus body reduces the load on the road surface and extends the life of the bus. Wide body sizes provide ample space for transporting up to 100 passengers per flight. The total capacity of the bus was increased specifically for the transporting passengers at the airport.
These buses are certified in Kazakhstan and fully comply with the requirements of the technical regulation of the Customs Union "On the safety of wheeled vehicles" and the environmental standards of EURO-4.
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