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Starting today, Somon Air cabin attendants and pilots wear newly-designed and tailor-made uniforms. For cabin attendants, a beautiful bordeaux coloured outfit replaces the former coral and blue uniforms. Bordeaux was chosen to symbolize the pomegranate – the fruit of re-birth; and pomegranates are embroidered with golden threads in the oriental patterns, decorating the female cabin attendants’ outfit.

The uniform provides ladies the possibility to choose between a skirt or a pair of trousers; blouses and male shirts are white and made out of comfortable to wear cotton-mix material. Our female cabin attendants also wear tablets. The silk scarf is kept in peach and provides a warm and elegant transition of colours.

For Somon Air male cabin attendants, black suits have been chosen, to be worn with bordeaux coloured ties to harmonize with the ladies’ outfit. All cabin attendants have been provided with name badges to wear on their jackets. The badges show the first names and the ranks of the cabin attendants. The pilots’ uniforms have been upgraded and stay in the typical dark blue colour.

All uniforms have been designed and tailored especially for Somon Air by the Tajik company New Era. All items were sewed in the Republic of Tajikistan.

To date, Somon Air, has successfully operated flights from Tajikistan to Germany, the UAE, Turkey, China, Russia, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. In the fleet of the airline, there are Boeing 737-300, -800 and -900 aircrafts.

Somon Air starts operating the direct charter flights from Dushanbe to Sharm-el-Sheikh (Egypt). The customer of this flight and Somon Air partner is the tour operator “Kompass”. Transavia Express represents Kompass in Tajikistan.

“We are grateful to our partners for supporting us with the launch of this new route, - Brigitte Wareham, the Senior In-Flight Services Manager of Somon Air stated on the presentation of the flight on November, 29. - During the summer season, we successfully operated our charter flight from Dushanbe to Antalya and back. And as Antalya, Sharm-el-Sheikh, a beautiful tourist hot-spot on the Red Sea, has been chosen as a destination for the very first time in the aviation history of the Republic of Tajikistan”.

The inauguration flight is scheduled on Saturday, 29th of December. During the winter season, the flight will be conducted once every 10 days. All the flights will be operated on Boeing 737-800 and -900 aircraft.

Currently Somon Air operates Boeing 737-300, 737-800 and 737-900 aircraft from Tajikistan to destinations in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Russia, China, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and Germany.

On the occasion of the launch of the first unit of the Roghun HPP, Somon Air gave certificates for a free flight to 103 Roghun HPP builders, previously awarded by the Founder of Peace and National Unity - Leader of the Nation, President of the Republic of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon with the Order of Sharaf (2 class), the Medals "Khizmati Shoista" and diplomas of the Republic of Tajikistan for their fruitful activity and great contribution towards construction of the Roghun Dam. The certificate is valid until the end of 2019. This certificate can be used not only by the recipient, but also by one of his close relatives.

Earlier, on the occasion of the launch of the first unit of the Roghun hydropower plant and the Day of the President of the Republic of Tajikistan, with the support of the City Halls of the capital's districts Shohmansur and Ismoili Somoni, Somon Air conducted a charity event. The representatives of the airline and the City Halls of the capital's districts distributed help to 430 low-income families at the airline’s office. In addition, they visited the veterans of the War (1941-1945) living in the ​​Ismoili Somoni area.

Somon Air successfully operates flights from Tajikistan to Germany, the UAE, Turkey, China, Russia, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. The airline’s fleet has the Boeing 737-300, -800 and -900 aircrafts.