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SCAT Airlines orders two new Boeing 737-9 MAX 9s

SCAT Airlines (SCAT Air Company) has announced it has concluded an additional contract to acquire two new Boeing 737 MAX 9 aircraft.

The two MAX 9s will arrive in Kazakhstan in May 2019, direct from Boeing, and will be operated in the summer flight schedule. The new planes will operate domestic and international flights.


Aircraft cabins will accommodate 189 seats, including 16 business class seats.

The airline currently operates the MAX 8.

All photos by the airline.

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Boeing, SCAT Airlines finalize order for six 737-8 MAX 8s

Boeing and Kazakhstan-based SCAT Airlines (SCAT Air Company) have announced an order for six 737-8 MAX 8s on the final day of the 2017 Dubai Airshow.

The agreement, valued at $674 million at current list prices, also includes purchase rights for five additional 737 MAX 8s.

SCAT Airlines currently operates a fleet of 737s, 757s and 767s.

Image: Boeing.

Newsworthy Photo of the Day – June 2, 2013

Sunday Airlines (SCAT Air Company) Boeing 757-204 LY-FLG (msn 27237) AYT (Rainer Bexten). Image: 912366.

Copyright Photo: Rainer Bexten/AirlinersGallery.com. Please click on the photo for additional information and the full-size view.

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SCAT Bombardier CRJ200 crashes in Altmaty, 20 dead

SCAT Airlines’ (SCAT Air Company) (Shymkent) Canadair CRJ200 (CL-600-2B19) UP-CJ006 (msn 7413) crashed today while on approach to Almaty, Kazakhstan. The regional jet was operating flight DV 760 from Kokshetau to Almaty with 15 passengers and five crew members. The aircraft was attempting a landing in fog and crashed in swampy terrain.

Read the full account from The Australian: CLICK HERE

Copyright Photo: Yevgeniy/Planespotters.net.

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SCAT to add its first Bombardier CRJ200 regional jet

SCAT Air Company (Shymkent, Kazakhstan) is getting ready to take delivery of its first Bombardier CRJ200 regional jet.

Copyright Photo: Nik French. Formerly operated by Eurowings as D-ACRL, the pictured CRJ200 (CL-600-2B19) now registered as LY-AYK (msn 7902) was painted by Air Livery and rolled out this morning at Manchester in SCAT’s colors.

SCAT Slide Show: CLICK HERE