Tajikistan’s Somon Air Nears Deal For Two 737 MAXs

Somon Air operates an all-737 fleet and may upgrade to the MAX.
Credit: Somon Air
Somon Air hopes to tie up a deal to add the Boeing 737 MAX to its fleet before the end of 2020, which would allow the Dushanbe, Tajikistan-based carrier to expand its network further east and west. Speaking as part of the Routes Reconnected conference program, Somon CEO Thomas Hallam said the...
David Casey

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