- published: 17 Dec 2016
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Please subscribe, rate and comment! :) - You wanna skip content? - 02:33 - Boarding 04:00 - Taxi & Take-off 07:07 - Beginning of inflight service 07:52 - Main meal 09:30 - IFE ( Review of the Inflight Entertainment product ) 11:58 - Seat pocket content 14:04 - Third meal 15:15 - Landing 16:08 - Conclusion - Aircraft Data - Airline: Uzbekistan Airways Aircraft: B767-300ER Registration: UK-67005 Livery: -/- - Flight Data - Date: 2016-10-01 Flight No.: HY 232 Route: Frankfurt (FRA) - Tashkent (TAS) Distance: 4.687 km EET: 6:05h STD: 11:40 (UTC+1) STA: 20:45 (UTC+3) Seat: 44A Class: Economy Video Data: Music #1: Akshin Alizadeh - Southern man Music #2: Nicolai Heidlas - Back in summer Camera: Panasonic Lumix FZ300 / Panasonic HV-510 Location: -/- Video No. : Video Type: Tripreport
Uzbekistan Airways flight experience onboard the Boeing 767-300/ER aircraft on a flight from Singapore to Tashkent. This red-eye flight originated from Kuala Lumpur, with an hour transit in Singapore to pick up more passengers before continuing to Uzbekistan's capital. The entertainment system, though touchscreen, was not too responsive and only had a limited selection of old films. The cabin crew were generally polite. However, I had a bad experience with one cabin crew during the meal service whom I felt deliberately handed me the alternative main course option from what I asked for. I suspected she didn't appreciate me recording my flight experience on camera and her spite got the better of her professionalism. The meals served were very generous in quantity though of mediocre taste....
Phase III of Expedition 196 begins in Central Asia in a country called Uzbekistan! I was super jet lagged after a 10 hour time change and 12 hour flight with an 8 hour layover in Moscow, but I made it. It's a beautiful country, at least from what I saw from Tashkent, and worth a visit (summer is best I've heard). Thanks for watching! Subscribe to my Channel: http://youtube.com/expedition196 Head to my Website for more info: www.expedition196.com Facebook: facebook.com/expedition196 Instagram: expedition_196 Twitter: @expedition196 Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/cdepecol/ex... #Expedition196 #PeaceThroughTourism MY CAMERA EQUIPMENT Vlogging Camera - iPhone 6 Camera - Nikon D750 DSLR Wide Angle Lens - 14-24mm f/2.8G ED Tripod - Sunpak UltraPRO 423 Carbon Fiber
Welcome to this exclusive flight review of Uzbekistan Airways (HY), which recently commenced direct flights from Tashkent to Singapore. It was a 7 hour 35 minute red-eye flight, with an evening departure from Tashkent. Boarding commenced at about 9pm and passengers were bussed to a remote stand where the Boeing 767-300/ER aircraft was waiting. The flight was rather boring, with limited entertainment options. It was also uneventful except for the turbulence encountered over the Indian subcontinent. Supper was a generous treat! I had a nice, chatty seatmate whom I could talk to, and it helped to lull those boring hours away. During descent to Singapore, the passengers by the window were treated to a beautiful sunrise view. Thank you for watching this Uzbekistan Airways flight experience....
Welcome onboard this flight experience of Uzbekistan Airways Boeing 767-300/ER aircraft from Tel Aviv to Tashkent. It was a noon flight from Tel Aviv, with an actual flight time of 4 hours and 25 minutes. The flight took a northerly routing over Turkey and the Caucasus to Uzbekistan, instead of over Iranian and Iraqi airspace. It was a nice initial impression with a fresh-looking cabin with gentle blue hues and personal tv screens on every seat. However, Uzbekistan Airways provides few amenities onboard - there were few blankets, and not all seats had safety cards. Limited pillows were available, on request. Meal serving was substantial and generous. Lavatories ran out of toilet paper midflight. Thank you for watching this Uzbekistan Airways flight experience. Remember to subscribe: ht...
Flight Experience of Uzbekistan Airways, onboard the Boeing 767-300ER aircraft from Tashkent (TAS) to Tel Aviv (TLV). It was a lovely bird's-eye view of Uzbekistan's capital city, Tashkent during the take-off. Along the way, amazing views of the Caucasus mountains can be seen. The flight tracking map provided detailed information on the flight status and was much appreciated over the rather old films offered. The cabin crew are dedicated and caring. During landing, a rare sight of a cloudy day at Tel Aviv can be seen. Thank you for watching this Uzbekistan Airways experience on FlightTravels. Remember to subscribe! Check out FlightTravels blog: http://www.flighttravels.net/
A travel video about Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan is a doubly landlocked country located in Central Asia that borders the countries of Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan. Uzbekistan has a varied landscape that includes a rolling sandy desert, mountains along the border with Tajikistan, and the Aral Sea in the west. The government system is a republic under authoritarian presidential rule, with little power outside the executive branch; the chief of state is the president, and the head of government is the prime minister. Uzbekistan has a mixed economy in which there is limited private freedom, but the economy remains highly controlled by the government.
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