Uzbekistan Airways is attempting to sell multiple Boeing aircraft as the Central Asian flag-carrier updates its fleet.

The airline is advertising four 767s – two passenger -300ERs and two freighters – which were respectively built in 2003-04 and 1996-97.

It is also offering two 757-200s from 1999.

All six aircraft are fitted with Pratt & Whitney powerplants.

Uzbekistan Airways is selling seven Ilyushin Il-114-100 turboprops, built over 1999-2013, as well as a simulator for the type.

Only a small number of Il-114s were built, with Uzbekistan Airways one of the main operators. Production of the Il-114 is being resurrected through a modernised version, the Il-114-300.

Uzbekistan Airways is also selling five Ilyushin Il-76TD heavy freighters, the airline states.

Its fleet-renewal programme has included the introduction of Boeing 787-8s, the fifth of which arrived at the airline's Tashkent base in early July.