Whether you have a layover, overnight sleepover or you are just quickly passing through, our Tashkent Airport Guide is a great place to start planning your visit. Here, you’ll find information on services and facilities available inside the airport – including details about airport lounges, WiFi, mobile charging points, lockers, 24-hour food options, nearby hotels, and everything in between.
if they try and scare you and say there is something wrong with your ticket and your passport, don’t give in to them straight away and dont give them your passport. – kmav
TAS Airport Overview
To help you plan your layover or overnight sleepover, here is a quick run-down about what to expect during your time at Islam Karimov Tashkent International Airport.
What to Expect
Tashkent Airport (code: TAS) has two separate terminals: the recently renovated Terminal 2 serves international flights and Terminal 3, which opened in 2011, handles domestic routes. Travellers describe slow check-in queues and lengthy security procedures, so do arrive early. Facilities include eateries, shops, and free WiFi (which may or may not work). Economy class passengers can pay to enter an airport lounge. See Airport Lounges in the guide below for location and access information.
Where to Sleep
We do not yet have any sleep-related airport reviews. Based on the general reviews about stringent procedures for foreigners, we don’t necessarily recommend sleeping here overnight. For uninterrupted sleep, nearby hotels offer shuttle service for a fee. See our Airport Hotels section below for more info or read some traveller airport reviews for more tips.
Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, all services and times listed below are subject to change. Some services and facilities may remain closed or operate with reduced hours. Airport tips and suggestions in this guide and elsewhere on the site were written before March 2020 and may no longer be valid. If you are planning to sleep in the public area of the terminal overnight, have a back-up plan! We’ve heard from a few travellers at other airports and they were not permitted to stay overnight. We’re not sure if that will apply to this airport, until a reader lets us know the current situation. If you have some time to spare please write a review, send a tip or share photos to help future travellers.
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In this guide we may refer to locations as “landside” and “airside”. Landside is the public area of the terminal located in the non-secure zone, before security. Airside is the secure area of the terminal that you must reach by going through security.
Nearest Hotel: Within 10 minutes from the airport
Sleep Cabins or Pods: No
Day Rooms: No
Nearby Hotels with Free Shuttles: No
When the prospect of sleeping on the floor or in a chair isn’t really doing it for you, there are hotels near Tashkent Airport. At the time of this update there were none that provide free airport shuttle, but transfers can be arranged the the hotels for a fee.
- Grand Tashkent Hotel – (5 minutes from the airport) Airport transfers are available upon request. Cost is approx. US$10.00 each way. » Check Rates
- Asia Tashkent Hotel – (7 minutes from the airport) Airport transfers are available ($). » Check Rates
To see more options there is a list of hotels near Tashkent Airport on Tripadvisor that can be sorted by price, distance, traveller rating and popularity.
Pay-per-use, Single Visit Passes & Lounge Memberships
Regardless of what class of service you are flying, there is a lounge that you can enter by paying at the door:
- CIP Lounge – Location: the dedicated CIP Hall for arriving and departing passengers. In addition to the usual lounge services, prices also include check-in and passport/customs services. Location: landside, 2nd Floor. Access: Pay at the Door ($200.00).
If you are a First or Business Class traveller you may have access to the lounges listed below. For more information, check the airline’s web site.
- Uzbekistan Airways Lounge – Location: International Terminal, Airside.
- Uzbekistan Airways Arrivals Lounge – Location: International Terminal, Airside.
Free WiFi is available at Tashkent Airport. Additionally there is also a computer hall available.
Baby Care Facilities – The airport has a a nursing room. Location: Airside, across from Gate B9.
Baggage Trolleys – Need a hand with your luggage? Baggage trolleys are available, but are limited in quantities.
Children’s Play Area – There is an area with video games available for kids.
Currency Exchange – Yes. Landside in Arrivals 2 (2 locations) and Landside Departures. At the time of this update, it is not known if services are available Airside.
Food & Drinks – Food concessions throughout the airport operate with varying schedules. At the time of this update, we are unable to confirm the availability of any 24-hour dining options.
Information Desk – There is an information desk available on both levels. Hours: unknown.
Luggage Storage & Lockers – Not available.
Medical Services – First aid offices are available. Locations: Landside in Arrivals 2 and Airside, near Gate B9.
Mobile Charging – At the time of this update, we did not have any information about mobile charging availability. If you know, click here to update this airport guide.
Rest Zones – There are no dedicated sleeping areas, quiet areas or rest zones. If this information has changed, click here to update this guide.
Shopping – Duty Free is available.
Showers – Not available.
The airport is open 24 hours.
Tashkent airport is served by the following airlines: Aeroflot • Air Astana • Air Manas • Asiana Airlines • Avia Traffic Company • Azerbaijan Airlines • China Southern Airlines • flydubai • IrAero • Kam Air • Korean Air • Rossiya • S7 Airlines • SCAT Airlines • Turkish Airlines • Ural Airlines • Utair • Uzbekistan Airlines • Yakutia Airlines.
Tashkent airport has no direct connection to public transport (bus, metro, train).
Taxis are readily available for hire in the ground transportation area. There are no meters, so negotiate a fare with the driver before starting your journey. Russian or Uzbek language skills required! If you are traveling light and on a tight budget, consider taking a shared-ride minibus taxi.
Pro Tip: When using a taxi, be careful, because many people try to scam you and charge a lot more then normal. A good alternative is to use the taxiapp Yandex Taxi. Works great but you can only pay cash. (From a reader/October 2019)
Last updated: 2020-10-20
This guide is for informational purposes only to assist with your planning. All information, including rates and hours, are subject to change at any time without notice. The information in this airport guide is based on information collected and/or received from the airports, lounges, hotels, transportation providers and their web sites. We are not representatives of any of the above mentioned service providers. To report errors or to add/update any items mentioned in the guide: update the airport guide or write a review.