Headquartered in Bangakuru, Quikjet Airlines operates a fleet of B737-800BCF aircraft, offering scheduled freight operations both under its own Quikjet brand and on behalf of a major express parcel integrator.
The airline, founded in 2007, was promoted by Mr Cyrus Guzder under the aegis of Aviation Consultancy Services Pvt. Ltd. Farnair Switzerland became involved in 2012, and ASL Aviation Holdings became a majority shareholder as part of its acquisition of Farnair in late 2014.
After a challenging year with irregular operations for regulatory and commercial reasons, Quikjet transferred its last B737-400F to ASL in Europe and suspended its Air Operators Certificate (AOC) and flight operations. The airline has now started operations with a new AOC using two B737-800NG Boeing Converted Freighter aircraft. The airline also operates domestic and international charters.
Quikjet operates freighters for integrators and offers a scheduled domestic network with domestic and international cargo charters and has vast experience operating in airfields in India and globally. Quikjet also specialises in moving dangerous goods and hazmat on its air cargo charters.
Since its inception, Quikjet Airlines has experienced cohesive growth alongside its dedicated team and loyal customers. Driven by a value-based culture, the airline aims to forge a stronger future each day, expanding operations further into India’s air cargo network.