Turkmenistan Airlines, the flag carrier of Turkmenistan, will start regular passenger flights from Ashgabat to London (UK), Beijing (China), Delhi (India) and Almaty (Kazakhstan) on March 26. The updated schedule is published on the website of carrier.
With the new routes, the total number of international destinations of Turkmenistan Airlines will reach nine. The airlines currently carries out regular flights to Moscow, Kazan, Dubai, Istanbul and Frankfurt.
The flights from Ashgabat to Almaty will be carried out twice a week every Tuesday and Thursday. The return flights will take place on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Ashgabat-Delhi-Ashgabat flights are scheduled for every Sunday.
The flights from Ashgabat to London are scheduled for every Wednesday. The return flight will take place on the same day.
Ashgabat-Beijing flights will take place three times a week, every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. The return flights will be on Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
During the cabinet meeting on February 10, President of Turkmenistan Serdar Berdimuhamedov instructed the Head of the Agency for Transport and Communications Mammethan Chakiyev to continue work to bring flight regularity to pre-COVID-19 pandemic level.