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The case to fly to Tajikistan is not as clear-cut due to the complex geopolitical landscape, however, there are some opportunities due to its strategic location, which makes it a potential entry point into Central Asia for international airlines. The country is attracting increased interest due to the Silk Road OBOR, unexplored gold/silver deposits and its energy potential, which is forecast to boost business air travel to the country. The larger opportunity for airlines is for outbound demand that faces the most probable threat from an EM slowdown.
Tajikistan is an untapped potential to explore. One can tap into Silk Road/OBOR potential demand as well as the people going to and from Russia. A Dushanbe hub would open up Tajikistan to Russia, CIS, Iran, and China. Potential airline partners are Somon Air and S7 and it would give way to the opportunity for adventure and pilgrimage travel from the Middle East and Asia.