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  • UZS/USD = 0.00008 0%
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  • TJS/USD = 0.09272 -0.11%
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Airport Opens in Talas, Kyrgyzstan

Following its year-long reconstruction, Talas airport in north-west Kyrgyzstan reopened on 21 May. Built in 1979 to receive planes and helicopters, the airport had not been operational since the collapse of the Soviet Union. The facility now has a runway that adheres to international standards and a terminal which can accommodate 100 passengers per hour. Speaking at the launch, Kyrgyzstan President Sadyr Japarov stated that the reconstruction in Talas marked a significant step in progressing the government’s plans to resume air communication with the country’s regions through the revival of several redundant airports. Construction of terminals is currently underway at international airports in the city of Karakol and the village of Tamchy in the Issyk-Kul region. The runway at the Naryn regional airport is under repair and the reconstruction of the runways at airports in Kazarman, Kerben, and Batken in the south, are nearing completion.  

Plans Underway For Central Asia’s First Privately Owned Airport

A new airport is being planned in Uzbekistan's Tashkent region, which will be financed by Chinese investors. The planned airport will be the first in Central Asia built entirely with private financing and owned by private individuals. Last week at the Uzbek-Chinese business forum in Shenzhen, delegations from Uzbekistan and China signed numerous business and investment contracts. Among them, the contract to build an airfield in the Ahangaran district in the Tashkent region attracted special interest. The project is expected to use capital sourced solely from an unnamed Chinese investor company. Construction is expected to start in the second half of this year. In addition to the airport, seven more projects, worth $56m, are being planned with Chinese investors for the Akkurgan district, including facilities for producing knitwear, fabrics, synthetic mattresses, footwear, and building materials.

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