After a two-year break, Tajikistan has resumed air traffic with Iran and India, an official source with the Civil Aviation Agency under the Government of Tajikistan told Asia-Plus in an interview, Trend reports citing Kabar.
“After a two-year break caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Tajikistan has resumed regular flights on the following air routes: Dushanbe-New Delhi-Dushanbe; Dushanbe-Nursultan-Dushanbe; and Dushanbe-Tehran-Dushanbe,” the source said, noting that these flights will operate twice-weekly.
According to him, the Dushanbe-New-Delhi-Dushanbe flight was relaunched on April 9. Tajikistan’s privately owned air carrier Somon Air operates flights on this air route.
As far as Dushanbe-Teheran-Dushanbe flight is concerned, it will be operated by Iranian flag carrier Iran Air.
“If possible, Somon Air will also operate flights on this air route,” the source added.