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Latest revision as of 17:32, 8 October 2019

Kudir
IATA
KU
ICAO
KUD
Callsign
KUDIR
Founded February 2, 2000
Commenced operations March 2, 2000
Hubs
Fleet size 727
Destinations 418+
Company slogan From yours to the world
Parent company Kudir Shipping Group
Headquarters Khabale, Sabia
Key people Nerayo Kayan, CEO of Kudir
Website kudir.com

Kudir, is a cargo airline based in Khabale, Sabia. As of 2015 it is the world's largest airline in terms of freight tons flown and the world's fourth largest in terms of fleet size. The airline was formed by a merger of 6 Kaftian freight companies. The airline is a subsidiary of the Kudir Shipping Group, a company owned partially by 8 separate countries and shareholders of two stock exchanges. It's primary hub is President Raage International Airport, but sends most of it's most traffic through Molinsk International Airport and Lanwaley International Airport.

History

Fleet

Kudir fleet
Aircraft In service Orders Notes
Aero 42-300F/-320F 32
Aero 72-200F 30
Aikok A300-600RF 60 Older aircraft to be retired and replaced by Böing 767-300F
Böing 757-200F 75
Böing 747 LCF 1 On lease from the Burawi Government
Böing 747 ERF 10
Böing 777F 58 90
Böing 767-300F 81 111
EmAe EA-11F 80
LET 410 300 15
Total 727 216