The Tajik airline Tajik Air, which stopped flights in 2019 due to financial and technical problems, will resume flights in the next two months. This was announced to journalists at a press conference in Dushanbe by the director general of the airline Parviz Shodmonzoda, TASS reports.
“Maybe August, maybe September, we will start flying as soon as possible,” he said, answering a related question.
In 2018, to improve the financial condition of the company, a supervisory board was created, headed by the country’s Prime Minister Kokhir Rasulzoda.
Source : Avesta