Uzbekistan Airways - The Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan

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Uzbekistan Airways - The Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan Airways:
Fleet expansion plans and cooperation
with US companies
National Airline of Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan Airways Overview
Foundation of Uzbekistan Airways
Uzbekistan Airways was founded on January
28, 1992 by the Decree of the President of the
Republic of Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan Airways was established on the basis of
former branch of Aeroflot in Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan Airways
located in Uzbekistan
inherited
Aeroflot
aircraft
Uzbekistan Airways in February, 1992 was granted
a right by International Civil Aviation Organisation to
operate under UZB code
Uzbekistan became a member of ICAO on 12th of
November 1992
Uzbekistan Airways Overview
Status of Uzbekistan Airways
Uzbekistan Airways is the National Airline of
Uzbekistan and represents the whole civil aviation
sector of the State
Uzbekistan Airways follows a strategy of long-term
growth and sustainable development of the civil
aviation sector of Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan Airways is the monopolist on domestic
civil aviation market
Uzbekistan Airways unites airline, civil airports, air
traffic control system, aircraft maintenance
plant, special aerial works, and others
Uzbekistan Airways employs 14 500 people
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Board of Directors
Flight Division
Uzbekistan Airways Technics
Special Aerial Works
Air Traffic Control
Catering
Sales Agency
Supply Division
Training Centre
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Tashkent Airport
Board of Directors
Urgench Airport
Nukus Airport
Termez Airport
Samarkand Airport
Bukhara Airport
Navoi Airport
Ferghana Airport
Karshi Airport
Andijan Airport
Namangan Airport
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Services provided by Uzbekistan Airways
Scheduled passenger and cargo transportation
Charter passenger and cargo transportation
Ground handling at airports
Air navigation services
Repair and maintenance of aircraft
Catering, personnel training, special aerial works, etc
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Services provided by Uzbekistan Airways
Ground handling services are provided in the airports of Uzbekistan Airways
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Functions of Uzbekistan Airways
Uzbekistan Airways Technics is the maintenance division of the airline
The plant is an approved maintenance, repair and overhaul organisation and is
certified by a number of the world’s airworthiness authorities
The plant provides maintenance and repair services both locally and internationally
Services include:
all scheduled maintenance of TU-154, YAK-40, AN-24, IL-76 and IL-114 aircraft
maintenance tasks up to D-check on aircraft A300/310, B757, B767, RJ-85
Financial and Operational Performance
Gross Revenue
1 000
Gross Revenue
Air transportation
Ground infrastructure
900
800
700
Air transportation revenue is almost two times as much as the
revenue of ground infrastructure
Both revenues have been increasing during 2005-2008
Both fell in 2009 owing to the world economic crisis
mln USD
600
875
746
602
596
500
400
493
473
450
421
300
316
292
273
253
200
100
175
158
158
0
2005
2006
2007
Note: Figures may not sum up to totals due to rounding
2008
2009
Financial and Operational Performance
Passengers carried
Total passengers
International, excl. CIS
2 200
1 800
Domestic
2 069
1 973
2 000
CIS
1 889
1 694
1 667
1 600
1 400
000's
1 200
1 000
In the last three years majority of passengers of Uzbekistan
Airways fly on CIS routes
Second largest market is the International routes (excl. CIS)
Domestic passengers are stable at a level of above 400
thous passengers
800
600
400
200
0
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
Airline overcame
2 mln pax level
in 2008
In 2009 passengers
fell below 2008
level
due
to
decreased traffic
Financial and Operational Performance
Load Factors
Passenger Load Factor
Commercial Payload Factor
70%
68%
66%
% of ASK, % of ATKP
64%
62%
60%
58%
56%
54%
52%
50%
48%
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
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Route Structure
41 cities in 26 countries
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Route Structure - Domestic
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New Routes
2010 – Madrid (Spain) via Geneva (Switzerland)
2011 – Kaliningrad (Russia)
2012 – Jakarta (Indonesia), Jeddah (UAE)
2013 – Odessa (Ukraine), Khabarovsk (Russia)
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New Frequencies
2011
Dubai (UAE)
Delhi (India)
Moscow, St.Petersburg, Kaliningrad, Novosibirsk (Russia)
Frankfurt (Germany)
Istanbul (Turkey)
Tel-Aviv (Israel)
Bangkok (Thailand)
Kuala-Lumpur (Malaysia)
2012
Lahore (Pakistan)
2014 – Seoul (South Korea)
2016
Osaka (Japan)
New-York (USA)
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Current Fleet
Total aircraft
-
39
Passenger
-
28
Cargo
-
11
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Current Fleet – Passenger Aircraft
A310-300
-
3 - widebody
B767-300ER
-
4 - widebody
B757-200
-
5 - widebody
A310-300
B767-300ER
B757-200
TU-154
-
3 - widebody
RJ-85
-
2 - narrowbody
IL-114-100
-
4 - regional
TU-154
RJ-85
AN-24
-
7 - regional
Total
-
28
IL-114-100
AN-24
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Current Fleet – Cargo Aircraft
A300-600R
-
2
IL-76TD
-
9
Total
-
11
A300-600R
IL-76TD
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Admission to SkyTeam Alliance
Already done: Uzbekistan Airways held several negotiations and gave a number of
presentations as required by the admission procedure
Uzbekistan Airways received the final version of admission requirements given the
changes to the membership programme
Confidentiality agreement signed between Uzbekistan Airways and SkyTeam
Now: Uzbekistan Airways is working on enhancing its Frequently Flying Passenger
programme through cooperation with IT solutions providers SITA and Sabre
Yet to come: Execution of Global Airline Alliance Adherence Agreement (G4A)
between Uzbekistan Airways and SkyTeam
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Fleet Renewal Strategy
Upgrade of the Uzbekistan Airways fleet follows two principal targets:
replacement of economically inefficient aircraft
support traffic growth on existing and new routes
Fleet plan is based on route structure development and expected traffic
during 2010-2016
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Fleet Renewal Strategy – Aircraft Intake
In 2010-2016 Uzbekistan Airways plans to purchase 16 new Airbus and
Boeing aircraft, including:
10 aircraft A320-200 in 2010-2011
4 aircraft B767-300ER in 2011-2013
2 aircraft B787-8 (Dreamliner) in 2016
A320-200
B767-300ER
B787-8 (Dreamliner)
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10 Airbus A320-200 aircraft deliveries
Ten A320-200 aircraft will be purchased during 2010-2011,
incl.:
6 aircraft in Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov and Dec of 2010
4 aircraft in Mar, May, Jul and Oct of 2011
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Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
NOW
2010
2011
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Sep
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Aug
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Jul
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Jun
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A320-200 aircraft delivery schedule
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
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4 Boeing B767-300ER aircraft deliveries
Four B767-300ER aircraft will be purchased during 2011-2013,
incl.:
1 aircraft in Nov of 2011
1 aircraft in Feb of 2012
2 aircraft in Mar, Jul of 2013
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Jun
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B767-300ER aircraft delivery schedule
Nov
Feb
Mar
Jul
NOW
2010
2011
2012
2013
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2 Boeing B787-8 aircraft deliveries
Two B787-8 aircraft will be purchased in Jun and Aug 2016
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Jun
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B787-8 aircraft delivery schedule
Jun
Aug
NOW
2010
2011-2015
2016
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Fleet Renewal Strategy – Exclusion and Conversion
AN-24 and YAK-40 regional aircraft will be replaced with locally-produced IL-114s
TU-154 and RJ-85 aircraft will be replaced by newly purchased A320-200
RJ-85 aircraft will be sold in 2011-2012
A310 will either be converted to cargo variants or sold off (decision depends on
demand for cargo transportation through Navoi hub)
IL-76 freighter fleet will remain at 9 aircraft
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Fleet Renewal Strategy – Current and Resulting Fleet
Aircraft
Current fleet
Plus/Minus
Resulting fleet
A310-300:
3
minus
3 (or plus 3 cargo)
=
- (or 3 cargo)
B767-300ER:
4
plus
4
=
8
B757-200:
5
=
5
TU-154:
3
minus
3
=
-
RJ-85:
2
minus
2
=
-
IL-114:
4
plus
3
=
7
AN-24:
7
minus
7
=
-
IL-76TD:
9
=
9
A300-600R:
2
=
2
A320-200:
-
plus
10
=
10
B787-8:
-
plus
2
=
2
Total
39
plus 19 / minus 12 (or 15)
43 (or 46)
Cooperation with the Boeing Company
Long-term Cooperation with the Boeing Company
In addition to aircraft acquisition projects the Boeing Company provides
Uzbekistan Airways technical and flight documentation for operation of
Boeing-767s and Boeing-757s
Also the Boeing Company provides documentation related to technical
maintenance and operation of Boeing produced aircraft
Technical Staff of Uzbekistan Airways Technics are trained for providing all
types of maintenance including C-Check
While servicing aircraft of foreign airlines the Boeing Company resolves all the
technical problems related to AOG situation
Cooperation with Pratt & Whitney
Long-term cooperation with Pratt & Whitney
Pratt & Whitney overhauls all PW-2000 and PW-4000 model engines of
Boeing-757s, Boeing-767s, A310s and A300s operated by Uzbekistan Airways
In 2012-2013 Uzbekistan Airways is planning to purchase additional 4 Boeing767 aircraft powered by Pratt & Whitney engines.
Technical Staff of Uzbekistan Airways Technics are trained to perform
baroscope inspection of PW 2000/4000 type engines, engine
change, performance of all AD/SB status on the engine and full maintenance of
MPD program.
Cooperation with Pratt & Whitney
Long-term cooperation with Honeywell and General
Electric
Uzbekistan Airways aircraft are equipped with avionics and APU produced by
Honeywell
Uzbekistan Airways Technics is planning to cooperate with HONEYWELL on
APU, ELT and some other components overhaul for A320 and Boeing-767300ER aircraft
General Electric will deliver four engines for Boeing-787-8 Dreamliner aircraft.
GE will perform technical training for Uzbekistan Airways Technics staff for
boroscope ispection, engine change, AD/SB status and all other works on the
engine, which is covered by MPD program
Thank you for you attention!
National Airline of Uzbekistan