Uzbekistan Airways Technics gains approval for Boeing 737 maintenance

Uzbekistan Airways Technics Currently, the Tashkent-based company mainly services the fleet of its parent, Uzbekistan Airways (Uzbekistan Airways)

Uzbekistan Airways Technics (UAT), a division of the country’s national carrier Uzbekistan Airways, has been approved to provide line and base maintenance services on Boeing 737CL/NG aircraft types, according to Uzbekistan’s Civil Aviation Agency.

The maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) company has added Boeing 737-300/400/500 (powered by CFM56 engines) and Boeing 737-600/700/800/900 (CFM56) aircraft types to its certificate, in line with the expansion strategy it adopted in 2018. The decision is part of an effort to promote UAT and win more customers in the international market.

Notably, the parent airline has no B737s in its fleet, but the type is operated by many airlines in neighbouring countries, such as Turkmenistan Airlines (12 737-700/800s), Kazakhstan’s SCAT (nine 737-300/500/700s), Kyrgyzstan’s Avia Traffic Company (four 737-300s) and Air Manas’ (one 737-400). Russian airlines are also an attractive target for the Tashkent-based service provider.

Today UAT principally maintains its parent airline’s 30-strong fleet, which consists of six Boeing 787-8s. Its capability list includes the Boeing 757/767/787 range and the Аirbus A319/320/321 families, approved by the aviation authorities of Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Europe and Bermuda.

Uzbekistan Airways Technics is on its way to being reformed into a stand-alone limited liability company, separate from its parent Uzbekistan Airways (Uzbekiston Havo Yullari).

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