Terminal 2, Room 149/5.232 (P.O. Box 150/065)
+49 69 66 96 98 97 77
+49 69 66 96 98 97 76
Somon Air started operations by wet-leasing a Boeing 737-800. In the spring of 2010, the company wet-leased a third Boeing 737-800. In the fall of 2011, the airline obtained two new 737-900ER aircraft from Boeing. Now the airline has six Boeing 737 aircraft. Somon Air is the first airline in Central Asia and CIS to operate 737-900 family aircraft.
In line with its strategic policy, Somon Air is rapidly expanding the airline's flight network. At present, the airline operates to a total of 22 destinations. Out of the Dushanbe airport, Somon Air flies to Frankfurt am Main (Germany), Dubai (U.A.E), Istanbul (Turkey), Almaty (Kazakhstan), Ürümqi (China), the Russian cities of Moscow, St. Petersburg, Krasnoyarsk, Yekaterinburg, and the northern Tajik city of Khujand. Additionally, there are regular flights out of the city of Khujand to Krasnoyarsk and St. Petersburg. Every year, the company operates flights to Saudi Arabia during the Hajj season for carriage of pilgrims (Hajis), including charter flights from Khanty-Mansiysk and Nizhnevartovsk.