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Find cheap flights to Uzbekistan from $392

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Cheapest round-trip prices found by our users on KAYAK in the last 72 hours

Tashkent
Tashkent1 stop$966
Samarkand
Samarkand1 stop$863
Bukhara
Bukhara2 stops$1,232

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February

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June

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$392
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Flight from New York John F Kennedy Airport to Tashkent

FAQs - booking Uzbekistan flights

  • What are the passport and visa requirements when traveling from the United States to Uzbekistan?

    Citizens of the United States of America should note that it is mandatory for them to have valid passports and visas before traveling to Uzbekistan. In addition, note that not all Uzbek airports process visas for visitors upon arrival. To this end, you are encouraged to apply for your visa in advance.

  • Can I travel to Uzbekistan with children?

    Yes, you can conveniently travel to Uzbekistan with your children or as a guardian. If you're traveling as a single parent, you must show proof of your relationship with them at TAS. If you are not the legal parent, you must show proof of express authority to travel with the children from the parent or authorized guardian.

  • Which airlines have cheaper prices on flights from the U.S. to Uzbekistan?

    Generally, carriers that provide connecting flights from the United States of America to Uzbekistan offer the most affordable tickets. These airlines include Korea Air, Emirates Airways, Turkish Airlines, Asiana Airlines, Uzbekistan Airways, Aeroflot, and Juneyao Airlines. These carriers are handy for those on tight budgets and are looking to save money.

  • I am planning to travel to Uzbekistan with my pet. Are there any pet restrictions?

    You can travel to Uzbekistan with your furry companion, up to two cats, dogs, or birds. You will need to present a veterinary certificate to avoid mandatory quarantine at the airport. Your pet must be vaccinated against rabies at least 30 days before your departure date.

  • If I want to travel to a border city such as Fergana, what is the best way to get there?

    Fergana International Airport (FEG) is an airport that serves Fergana and puts you less than 12 miles from the Kyrgyzstan border. As such, if you are planning to fly to Fergana, consider booking flights that use FEG as their arrival port into Uzbekistan. The city center of Fergana lies about 3.2 miles from Fergana International Airport. Taxis provide the quickest transportation options between the two destinations with a travel time of 5 to 10 minutes, depending on the traffic situation. Still, the distance is walkable if you don’t have heavy baggage and are keen to burn some calories.

  • What are the family-friendly facilities at Tashkent International Airport (TAS)?

    Tashkent International Airport (TAS) offers a range of family-friendly facilities. Travelers can find food concessions throughout the terminal, as well as a children’s play area with video games to keep the kids entertained. For mothers and infants, there's a dedicated nursing room located Airside near Gate B9.

  • Are there any airports in the United States that offer nonstop flights to Uzbekistan?

    Currently, only George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) in Houston provides nonstop flights from the USA to Tashkent, Uzbekistan. These flights are operated by Uzbekistan Airways. Nonetheless, there are other airports in the U.S. that provide regular one-stop flights to Uzbekistan. They include Los Angeles International Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport.

  • What are the best transport options for getting out of TAS for Uzbekistan?

    The best way of leaving TAS is using a taxi which is readily available at the sports ground transportation facility. Agree on a price with the driver before starting your trip, as there are no meters. If you are on a tight budget, consider using a shared minibus, which is also available from the ground transportation center.

  • Which airport in Uzbekistan should I fly into from the United States of America to experience the Silk and Spice festival.?

    The Silk and Spice festival is held in May in the city of Bukhara. Bukhara International Airport (BHK) provides the best gateway airport for visitors from who want to participate in and experience this cultural event. Remember that the city center of Bukhara is located approximately 1.9 miles from BHK. Taxis provide the most convenient and quickest transportation options between these two points, and you can be sure to get there in under 6 minutes. Still, you can walk there there if you have light luggage. During the festival, you will browse handicrafts, souvenirs, and silk scarves, which you can buy as souvenirs.

  • Which airlines have lounges at Tashkent International Airport (TAS)?

    Uzbekistan Airways has the Uzbekistan Airways Lounge located Airside in the International Terminal. Also, Uzbekistan Airways own the Uzbekistan Airways Arrivals Lounge, also located in the International Terminal. To access the services, you may have to show a business or first-class ticket from the said airlines.

  • What is the easiest way to get to the Bibi Khanum and Gur Emir Mausoleums from the United States?

    The Bibi Khanum and Gur Emir Mausoleums are found in Samarkand, making Samarkand International Airport the best arrival airport for tourists flying in from the U.S. via John F. Kennedy International Airport. This landmark is situated about 6.1 miles from the airport, and a taxi will get you there in about 12 minutes.  

  • Which are the best airlines for Flying to Uzbekistan with infants?

    Turkish Airlines is popular on this route for being accommodating to kids and families. It has generous legroom and spacious seating for a comfortable flight. Infants can travel on their laps in an infant safety belt. The airline also offers infant seats which are placed on the aircraft seat. You can also carry diaper bags on board, as long as they meet the content and size specifications.

  • How long is the flight to Uzbekistan?

    An average nonstop flight from the United States to Uzbekistan takes 24h 20m, covering a distance of 6798 miles. The most popular route is New York - Tashkent with an average flight time of 12h 00m.

  • What is the cheapest flight to Uzbekistan?

    The cheapest ticket to Uzbekistan from the United States found in the last 72 hours was $422 one-way, and $863 round-trip. The most popular route is New York John F Kennedy Intl to Tashkent Vostochny and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $994.

  • Which airlines fly to Uzbekistan?

    Uzbekistan Airways flies the most frequently from the United States to Uzbekistan.

  • What are the most popular destinations in Uzbekistan?

    The next most popular destinations are Samarkand (15%) and Bukhara (0.9%).Searches for flights to Urgench (0.2%) and to Termez (0.1%) are also popular.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to Uzbekistan

  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest Uzbekistan flight deals.
  • Tashkent International Airport (TAS) is Uzbekistan’s main gateway and thus a convenient port of arrival for those traveling from New York. Those planning to make this trip will find nonstop, one-stop, and two-stop flights by Uzbekistan Airways, Lufthansa, Emirates, and United Airlines.
  • Tashkent International Airport (TAS) is the main airport and the primary gateway for international flights to Uzbekistan. The main airline for Uzbekistan is Uzbekistan Airlines, which offers nonstop flights from London. Carries like Turkish Airlines, AirBaltic, Lufthansa and Aeroflot offer connecting flights from different departure points.
  • Suppose you are planning to fly to Uzbekistan from the East Coast of the United States. In that case, reserve flights that depart via John F. Kennedy (JKF). A couple of carriers flying from this airport, including Air France and Korean Air, provide one-stop connections to Tashkent.
  • Bukhara Airport is another popular airport serving the same region but located in Bukhara. The airport offers flights from over 25 routes, connecting BHK to the rest of the world. BHK is a hub for Uzbekistan Airways, Qanot Sharq, and Aeroflot and may be an ideal destination for visiting areas such as Kogon, Muborak, and Vabkent.
  • Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) provides reliable and convenient flights to visitors intending to fly to Uzbekistan from the central part of the United States. Turkish Airlines and Uzbekistan Airways run one-stop connections from this establishment.
  • To fly into Uzbekistan from the EU, Canada, Britain, America, or Australia, you must possess a valid passport for at least three months from the date of checking in. If you can provide proof of a return ticket within 5 days, no visa is required.
  • Travelers flying to the western cities of Uzbekistan plan to fly aboard flights that land at Namangan Airport, in Namangan. Those flying from John F. Kennedy Airport are sure to find both one-stop and two-stop flights by Uzbekistan Airways and Turkish Airlines.
  • Those planning to visit the southeastern part of Uzbekistan should consider booking flights that land at Samarkand International Airport SKD. Los Angeles International Airport provides one-stop flight options between these two destinations, usually through Frankfurt or Istanbul.
  • It is important to remember that Miami International Airport (MIA) provides convenient flights for those traveling who wish to fly to Uzbekistan from the southeastern United States with an option for a round trip. Emirates Airlines is a popular carrier serving this route, with one stop in Dubai.
  • Are you planning to proceed to Kazakhstan after you visit Uzbekistan? If yes, it might be best if you booked a flight from Tashkent International Airport to Almaty International Airport. TAS has a high number of flights to Almaty, including Azerbaijan Airlines, and thus you won’t have trouble securing a flight.
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Top 5 airlines flying to Uzbekistan

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from the United States to Uzbekistan? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to KAYAK reviews.
8.1
EmiratesOverall score based on 4295 reviews
82boarding
83entertainment
79food
82overall
81comfort
84crew
Airline reviews

Staff were friendly, and provided great service. The food was plentiful and delicious. Food could have been hotter.

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Staff were friendly, and provided great service. The food was plentiful and delicious. Food could have been hotter.

I was traveling business purposes and I only had one carry on and a personal computer back pack . My carry on was 8.5 kg little more than allowable. At jfk airport check in they did not let me carry it . I was little disappointed.

More leg room and comfortable seats at least for long flights

The entertainment selections are amazing. But the live TV is sometimes spotty. If you’re going to have it, then have it. If you can’t make it consistent, then, perhaps it’s better not to have it. The crew are always cordial when approached, but they seem to do the minimum and sit around, talking to each other in the back of the plane during the flight. I realize that delays are not always predictable, but I missed my flight in Dubai because we left 90 minutes late from Washington. I will say that Emirates took very good care of me in Dubai. But I would rather not be delayed.

Probably the best flight I’ve ever been on. Emirates first class is leagues beyond British airways and Lufthansa’s.

Great flight. Comfortable seats, courteous service, and excellent selection for entertainment.

Serving food took so long . Almost time close to lend. Plus during landing air pressure in cabin cuss ear blocked took long time to unblock.

Emirates is usually on time, but not this trip. Also, during the flight the attendants disappear unless called upon. Very strange. I have watched the quality of Emirates service diminish over the last five years.

Food was not great. Crew members were created hassle with attitude at the gates and wasted my valuable time. I have been traveling in Emirates airlines many times. Over all not happy flying in Emirates airlines this time. Seats are very small and not comfortable. Seats looks like very very old and congested. It would be nice if they fix these kind of issues. I hope my next trip will be hassle free and comfortable journey in Emirates airlines. Thank you.

CREW manager was rude and nasty Crew was not friendly either and had discriminatory attitude.

Wore experience due to delay and took me 3 days to reach my destination.

All over with Qatar airlines my experience was really bad due to delays and then putting me on different airlines and after 8 hours of wait I had to listen to their is no plane to fly for another 24 hours. Wore experience ever.

Excellent will be flying again in May with Qatar. to Botswana.

Ultimate customer care humble and excellent service oriented crew , perfect timing maintained by the crew . My profound appreciation.

Asian Veng meal have Non Veg items which is not ok. Pure veg meals option are too less and they have inclusion of Vedgan and Lactos etc... which is taste less

Very bad. We booked 8 months in advance for 2 people but couldn’t get seats together. Food was so bad I couldn’t even eat.

Okay not so good or great. The flight operated by Indigo is worst from boarding to luggage handling and food. Damaged one luggage and delayed another luggage. Still did not get it, since 2 days.

The 2nd flight from Doha to Mumbai was not of international level expected while booking with Qatar

The flight from Doha to Mumbai with Indigo was worst in my whole life, I had booked tickets with Qatar, but still we had to fly by Indigo , worst flight

Was unable to check in via app or website with supplied booking code (something to do with flight being operated by a partner airline, although the code didn’t work on the partner’s website either) Specified a vegetarian meal during booking, but that somehow wasn’t captured in airline’s system By the time flight crew got to my row, now vegetarian food was available. Had nothing to eat on flight from Philadelphia to Doha! Flight attendant was completely unconcerned and actively apathetic to the situation

One of the worst airlines I have used. My recent flight was delayed taking off, but what was worse is that they allowed us through the gate, got on the bus to the plane to be told in that the plane would not make a the direct flight to London due to fuel shortage and it had to make a stop in another location to pick up fuel. Absolutely shocking!! Can't work out of the A320neo was just short range on that they literally did not have enough fuel at the airport to fuel the plane. Tashkent to London is not a long haul, I have done this before, so therefore I am going to assume it's the lack of fuel at the airport. Not the best staff, they all seem to just go with the flow, no organisation. No control, like herding sheep in a pen at the gate, same when getting off the plane. No control. Food was ok but staff were rude. Better to travel in and out of Tashkent using Turkish airline. I have booked my return flight but will cancel and accept the hit and 1 stop to ensure peace of mind with Turkish airline.

Terrible service and plane Just 3 toilets for over 150 passengers No screen A flights of nearly 8 hours. A disgrace

It was friendly and I enjoyed the flight very much.

We booked business and they offered nothing during the 1 hour flight

Cons: "Sick (flue/high temperature) person was allowed to board the plane. Don't allow sick people on a plane during coronavirus epidemic."
Pros: "Super nice"
Cons: "To give tooth brush and tooth paste for long flight."
Pros: "Yes they was super nice."
Cons: "To give tooth brush and tooth paste for the long flight."
Pros: "I must have chosen business class ($43?) and it was very comfortable. Very short flight but still served a snack."
Cons: "Left about an hour late and took a VERY long time to get luggage after arrival."

I’m unclear why I had to pay extra for assigned seats as Turkish airlines did not honor the seating. We were placed across the aisle from each other on TK 34, and were seated behind one another on TK 694. Because my name was misspelled on e-ticket (Klawiter, instead of Klawitter) I could not log onto website to get the connection gate number in Istanbul. The monitors in the airport were a jumbled mess 1/2 Arabic and 1/2 English.

On line check in needs a lot of improvement. I tried and gave up.

Food not good, flight attendants not the best, not accommodating very ruff

the female flight attendant was racist towards me. I could tell she treated the two other passengers next to me with more softness.

Oh my god! For an13 hour flight they serve you food just one time. Also don’t be thirsty they give you a little small cup of soda to drink. They seem like their goal is to feed you one so they don’t have to be bothered with you. It quite surprise for such a long flight there are several times to eat at least three and the food was well lackluster. The food and lack of offering drinks which were always hot no ice provided.

We were traveling first class. Checkin counter lady and her manager, both were in bad mood and did not treat us well about checking in the handbag. The gate agent took care of it right away. I travel Turkish twice a year in first class. No one has ever refused to check in the hand bag. Not sure, why this agent and her manager refused. Everything else was excellent.

The 787 economy was a disaster for long haul. The space was too little compared to 777 or 747. Also the extremely low tray table behind the seat made any dining effort a nightmare. However, the movies were up to date, and the food taste was good, despite of terrible serving process caused by small space.

A little bit more comfort. It’s tight space around the seats. But all else is great and a smooth flight!

0ur assigned seats were given to other individuals when we boarded the plane. We were given new boarding passes with new seats all the way at the back of the plane. The reason given to us was that there were issues with the seats. We found out that there were no issues, and someone else's were seated on those.

There many good things about the flight but What could be better is the seat room after a chair reclines in the row ahead of you.

The worst experience ever! They never told me I had to transfer my ticket at the ticket transfer counter. They moved me to a flight leaving the next day, which was also heavily delayed. The staff at the airport were rude and not helpfull. I'll never travel with this airline again and will not recommend it

Would have liked to have Wi-Fi on the longer flight (nyc-Warsaw)

My flight was cancelled and I went through hell to get it fixed, with no help from the website I booked it on. My reservation was cancelled AGAIN by the site I booked on without my knowledge a week later. The flight itself that I finally got on was awful. Drunk man belligerent the entire flight, I don't understand how he was allowed on the flight.

Lot still has not refunded me after they cancelled my flight to India!! Kayak had been awful at getting me this refund too. Will NEVER be using kayak or LOT again.

Tv screen not working. Food in business class was cold & not available

The customer service and the flight experience were very good!

My bag was lost despite an almost 8 hour layover in Warsaw. Nearly 12 hours after my arrival, I have not heard anything about it.

The plane was very comfortable, the seats were great for overnight flight. The bathrooms were spotless the entire flight

Pros: "The crew was very profesional . Our fly was safe and on time."
Cons: "Maybe variety of good movie could be better ."
Pros: "New plane, comfortable seats, very nice flight attendants."
Cons: "There is no way to pre-order meals on LOT flights other than calling a Warsaw phone number. Other airlines allow this both during online check-in and at any other time as part of managing your booking."

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