Humo Air is a scheduled carrier, based at Tashkent Islam Karimov International Airport in Uzbekistan. Humo was established in 2020 by Uzbekistan's national airline, Uzbekistan Airways. State-owned, Humo Air will be focused on shorter-haul domestic flights, connecting cities and towns in Uzbekistan. The domestic airline will support Uzbekistan Airways by providing relief on shorter routes where Uzbekistan Airways’s narrow-body fleet is inefficient.
Humo Air received its Air Operators Certificate in mayo 2020, before launching services in octubre 2020. The airline currently operates An-2 aircraft, transferred to it by Uzbekistan Airways.
The Uzbek Prime Minister, Abdulla Aripov, has confirmed that, by establishing a regional-focused subsidiary, ticket fares will be more competitive. Humo Air will be a full-service scheduled passenger carrier, meaning that services such as complimentary baggage allowance is included in the price of the ticket.
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Humo Air operates a number of short-haul domestic routes on behalf of Uzbekistan Airways. Although the Humo Air branding will be visible during the flight, the tickets will be owned and issued by Uzbekistan Airways.
Uzbekistan Airways currently operates domestic flights to the following destinations.
The Humo Air brand is used on some domestic routes, based on demand.
|Andijan||Andizhan Airport (AZN)|
|Bukhara||Bukhara International Airport (BHK)|
|Fergana||Fergana International Airport (FEG)|
|Namangan||Namangan Airport (NMA)|
|Navoi||Navoi International Airport (NVI)|
|Nukus||Nukus Airport (NCU)|
|Qarshi||Karshi Airport (KSQ)|
|Samarkand||Samarkand International Airport (SKD)|
|Tashkent||Islam Karimov Tashkent International Airport (TAS)|
|Termez||Termez Airport (TMJ)|
|Urgench||Urgench International Airport (UGC)|
Please note that the following baggage information is a guide and is subject to change based on the route. Baggage allowance will be confirmed during the booking ptocess.
Passengers are entitled to one piece of carry-on baggage. Carry-on baggage must not exceed the following dimensions:56 x 45 x 25 cm, totalling 115cm. In addition, passengers are allowed one additional personal item, for example, an umbrella, camera, a small handbag, laptop, or reading material.
Checked baggage will depend on factors including the route and fare class. All checked baggage must not exceed the dimensions of 158 cm when combining the length, width and height.
The airline doesn't currently offer online check-in services.
Passengers must complete check-in at the airport.
For domestic travel, passengers are asked to arrive at the airport 2-3 hours prior to departure.
There will be a limited number of seats onboard Humo Air flights (up to 8), with a limited service and facilities. Passengers are encouraged to make the most of the facilities available at the airport before flying, including purchasing snacks and using W/C facilities.
During the short flights, passengers can enjoy incredible views of the scenery below. Passengers requiring special assistance are asked to contact the airline's Customer Service team before booking to ensure their needs can be met.
As a subsidiary of Uzbekistan Airways, Humo Air passengers can earn UzAirPlus points.
UzAirPlus is the loyalty program that rewards frequent flyers that travel with Uzbekistan Airways. Through the program, passengers can earn points for each flight flown on Uzbekistan Airways and then redeem them for future Uzbekistan Airways flights, as well as other additional bonuses such as flight upgrades, increased baggage allowances and access to the airport lounges.
The airline isn't currently member of an airline alliance program.
The airline operates small Antonov An-2 aircraft for short regional flights. This aircraft is a single-engine biplane, which has the ability to take off and land from short runways. The plane can accomodate up to 8 passengers.
Like Uzbekistan Airways, Humo Air will be based at Islam Karimov Tashkent International Airport (TAS), the main international airport of Uzbekistan. Islam Karimov Tashkent International Airport is located 7.5 miles from the centre of Tashkent. The airport is also a hub for Aeroflot, Air Astana, Korean Air, Ural Airlines, Zagros Airlines, S7 Airlines, flyEgypt, and flydubai among others.