Uzbekistan Airways introduces its services in Japan
Uzbekistan Airways took part in the JATA 2018 International Tourism Exhibition in Tokyo, Japan, on September 20-23, 2018.
The Exhibition was held under ‘The Power of Travel’ slogan. Over 130 countries and regions, 1,310 travel companies, transport sector organizations and hotel chains were presented in the JATA 2018.
Uzbekistan is positioned not only as a separate state, but as the heart of Central Asia, through which the roads open to the countries and cities of the Great Silk Road. According to the organizers of this Exhibition, “The more the heart moves in travel, the wider world grows in you, and the national air carrier of Uzbekistan, being the wings of Central Asia, makes these trips more comfortable and the distances are shorter.”
Japanese tour operators highly appreciated the decision of the Government of Uzbekistan to introduce a visa-free regime for Japanese tourists, which gave even more opportunities to get to know Uzbekistan, which is geographically distant, and at the same time it close in spirit for Japanese. Special attention from Japanese tourism companies is paid to the high level of security provided in Uzbekistan, as well as to the sincere warm attitude among Uzbek inhabitants to the guests of the country.
During two days of the JATA 2018, a number of meetings were held with both acting and potential partners of Uzbekistan Airways. The interest of Japanese tourists in the airline’s air route network was studied, plans and intentions for 2019 were discussed.
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