The Uzbekistan government has introduced Open Skies at several of the country’s airports from Oct. 1. Fifth freedom rights are granted to the carriers operating to Karshi, Nukus and Termez. In addition, fifth freedom with the right to carry foreign passengers has been granted to airlines flying to Bukhara, an ancient city with hundreds of historic sites. The State Tourism Committee expects Open Skies will attract more tourists to the country. The local government plans to revise ...

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