Monday, August 20, 2012

Ural Airlines flights to Nukus from Moscow




Ural Airlines started its “Moscow-Nukus-Moscow” flights on the 12th September 2012.
It is amongst the six leading Russian air companies and in 2015 over five (5) million air passengers used its services. It currently goes to some 190 destinations. Ural Airlines fleet includes six (6) A-310s, nineteen (19) A-320s and ten (10) A-321s. The flights are operated twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays by an Airbus A320. Departure of the flights are from  Moscow’s Domodedovo International Airport.



FLIGHT SCHEDULE (Updated Jan 2016)

Timetable Nukus, Uzbekistan (NCU) to Moscow, Russia - Domodedovo (DME)
FlightOperational daysDeparting NukusArriving MoscowDurationAircraft
U62998Wednesday13:5015:253:35320
U62998Saturday16:4018:153:35320
Timetable

Moscow, Russia - Domodedovo (DME) to Nukus, Uzbekistan (NCU)
FlightOperational daysDeparting MoscowArriving NukusDurationAircraft
U62997Wednesday07:2012:403:20320
U62997Saturday10:0515:303:25320

Besides the Moscow – Nukus flight, Ural Airlines in 2016 offers a number of other air routes to Uzbekistan.


Ekaterinburg (SVX) - Tashkent (TAS)

Krasniojarsk (KJA) - Tashkent (TAS)

Krasnodar (KRR) - Tashkent (TAS)

Samara (KUF) - Tashkent (TAS)

Ekaterinburg (SVX) - Namangan (NMA)

Moscow (DME) - Namangan (NMA)

Moscow (DME) - Navoi (NVI)

OTHER AIRLINES Important to remember that Gaspromavia Airline (Russia) and Uzbekistan Airways also operate on the Moscow – Nukus route. I recommend that you check with your travel agent which airline offers the best price and service for your needs.

Note: All times given are local to the airport.



Source - http://www.gazeta.uz/
http://www.airlines-inform.ru/
http://www.advantour.com/uzbekistan/flights/ural-airlines/nukus-moscow.htm

 
NUKUS AIRPORT


Photo: Nukus Airport



Nukus is the capital of the Autonomous Republic of Karakalpakstan. It is the administrative, economic, scientific and cultural centre of the Republic. The tree lined city lies in the Amu darya delta an oasis surrounded on both sides by the desert. It is also the home of the world famous State museum of arts named after I.V. Savitsky which hosts an important collection of works of Russian and Uzbek avant-garde art works and a large ethnological collection. Other interesting places in Nukus are the museum named after the Karakalpak poet Berdakh and the Parliament Buildings as well as the nearby ancient Mizdakhkan's necropolis (20Km from Nukus).