On April 9, 2019 in the capital airport named after Islam Karimov landed, the second in a row, the newest and highly economical aircraft of Uzbekistan Airways Airbus A320neо.
This aircraft, like the previous A320neо, differs from its predecessors in its high efficiency thanks to the latest LEAP-1A engines manufactured by CFM International, improved aerodynamic characteristics due to modern developments in wing design and, notably, equipment with wireless Internet access.
It also has a two-class layout and is designed to carry 150 passengers (business class - 12, economy class - 138). The modern design of the passenger compartment creates maximum comfort for passengers in flight. Comfortable and wide seats with individual screens for entertainment, an improved air conditioning system that guarantees the freshness of the air and its even distribution in the cabin of the aircraft, will give the Uzbekistan Airways passengers the most pleasant feelings from the flight.
Accessible Internet will help passengers pass the time and quietly get to their destination. The airline offers four Internet connection service packages: LITE (20 Mb) - for communication via instant messengers, MEDIUM (50 Mb) - for browsing social networks and news sites, STREAM (120 Mb) - for work and Internet surfing, BUSINESS (220 Mb ) - to maximize the capabilities of this service. The minimum cost of the Internet tariff plan is $ 5.95, the maximum - $ 52.95.
The in-flight communication provider is the Panasonic Avionics Corporation, which previously installed the In flight Entertainment and Connectivity (IFEC) onboard entertainment and communication system on the new Airbus A320neo and the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner which is operated by the NAC. This system allows passengers to have an exciting time using the entertainment program from personal HD touch screens, which includes many different movies, music, video games, navigation system, etc.
Recall that the new aircraft were acquired as part of the development strategy and the program of modernization and unification of the NAC fleet. The first Airbus A320neo, received on March 11, has already been successfully operated on international routes of the airline. One of these days is expected to receive the fourth Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, which is also equipped with equipment for access to the Internet.