Tajikistan’s Somon Air Looks Toward Boeing 767 Operations

Somon Air CEO Thomas W. Hallam
Somon Air CEO Thomas W. Hallam
Credit: Kurt Hofmann
Tajikistan-based Somon Air plans to order two Boeing 767-300ERs which could enter service in 2021. “We have discovered two aircraft [on the market] in passenger version and we will buy them, not lease,” Somon Air CEO Thomas W. Hallam told Aviation Daily in an exclusive interview at the recent...

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