Tajikistan’s Somon Air Takes Delivery of First Boeing 737-900ER


Somon Air, a Tajikistan based airline has took off its first Next Generation Boeing 737-900ER with the new Boeing Sky Interior.

Among the other Central Asian carriers, Somon Air is the first airline that has Boeing’s new interior. It is also the airlines first direct purchase of a 737.

The Chief Executive Officer of Somon Capital and also the owner of Somon Air, JamshedRahmonberdiev said that the new interior will definitely bring a new unrivaled aviation experience to their customers. He added,  “Reliability and fuel efficiency are key considerations and the 737-900ER will contribute to our financial performance as well as help us maintain out high standard s of safety in accordance with international air transportation standards.

On the other hand, Boeing teamed up with Somon Air, the U.S. Department of State’s Humanitarian Program and Project HOPE to carry medical supplies to Dushanbe, capital city of Tajikistan, as part of Boeing’s Humanitarian Delivery Flight program.  

In addition, Liz Warman who is the directis of GCC for the Northwest Region said, “Boeing, through its Global Corporate Citizenship (GCC) organization, supports humanitarian efforts around the world in partnership with non-governmental agencies and non-profits like Project HOPE. Our Humanitarian Delivery Flights program is another way we can continue leveraging our resources to help those in need.