Uzbekistan Airways has received the first of two Boeing 757-200s for international scheduled services. The 184-seat aircraft, which includes a 26-seat business-class cabin, will be used on services from Uzbekistan to points in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. The new 757-200 joins two 767-300ERs, three Airbus A310s, three Avro RJ-85s and an extensive Russian-built fleet. The airline operates to New York, London, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Paris, Athens, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul and Beijing.

Source: Flight International