"Uzbekistan Airways" - participant of the tourism exhibition "f.re.e - Die Reise- und Freizeitmesse" in Munich.
2020 20 February
"For the first time Uzbekistan Airways presents its services at the International Tourism Exhibition "f.re.e - Die Reise- und Freizeitmesse", which is held from 19 to 23 February in Munich, Germany.
Single stand is organized by JSC "Uzbekistan Airways" together with the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Germany and the Association of Private Tourism Organizations. Along with its representatives, the stand of Uzbekistan Airways includes national travel companies Avrud, Elan Express and Ulysse Tour.
It is expected that more than 150 thousand people will visit this year. At the stand of "Uzbekistan Airways" visitors have the opportunity to see with the full range of services provided by the airline, they can get information about new routes, schedules and geography of flights, as well as explore attractive destinations of ecological, skiing, historical-architectural, cultural-educational, gastronomic and other types of tourism in the Republic of Uzbekistan.
"f.re.e - Die Reise- und Freizeitmesse" is the largest tourism and leisure event held regularly since 1970 in the pearl city of Central Europe, the capital of the federal state of Bavaria. The expositions take place on a total area of 86 thousand square meters and cover the entire spectrum of the travel and leisure market. Statistics show that 93 percent of visitors to this event plan their travels on the basis of information obtained during the exhibition.
The site "f.re.e - Die Reise- und Freizeitmesse" also served as an excellent opportunity to present the new route "Uzbekistan Airways" in Munich to tourists from EU countries.
Recall that from the summer navigation "Uzbekistan Airways" will begin to operate regular flights on the route Tashkent - Munich - Tashkent with a frequency of 2 times a week on Wednesdays and Sundays.
According to statistics, the number of German tourists who visited Uzbekistan in 2019 increased almost four times compared to the previous period. The Uzbek side's introduction of visa-free regime for German citizens, as well as the growing popularity of tourist destination along the "Great Silk Road" have played a significant role in this.