The state airline Tajik Air, which has stopped flights since 2019 due to financial and technical problems, plans to resume operations, accoring to director general Parviz Shodmonzoda.

"We have already submitted our proposals to the Supervisory Board, and we are waiting for its approval, after which we plan to start flights," he said.

Shodmonzoda also said that the company is going to operate Airbus aircraft. "In December 2022, we reached an agreement to lease two  A319 aircraft with a layout of 320 seats and an A321 aircraft with 220 seats, produced in 2011," he said. Shodmonzoda added training of personnel will also begin, which will take no more than two months.