TAV Airports signs MoU to develop Uzbek airports

Turkey’s TAV Airports has signed an MoU with the Ministry of Innovative Development to cooperate in the modernisation of airports and the implementation of a joint investment project for the construction of a new airport in the capital city, Tashkent.


The MoU was signed by the Deputy Minister of Innovative Development Oybek Norinbaev and TAV Airports CEO&President Sani Şener. Image:  TAV Airports

TAV Airports, a member of Groupe ADP, is aiming at increasing its footprint in Central Asia. The company signed a MoU with the Ministry of Innovative Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan on cooperation in the fields of joint investment and innovative projects.


Şener said “We are pleased to announce our joint intent to cooperate for the development of airports in the Republic of Uzbekistan. Consequent to the SPA for Almaty Airport in Kazakhstan, this is another step towards our goal to grow in Central Asia, in the important stops of the modern Silk Road between China and Europe. Drawing on our know-how operating 15 airports in eight countries, we’ll work towards developing and modernizing airports in Uzbekistan, cooperation in fields of adopting new technologies and advancing the human resources.”