|Commenced operations||17 February 2016|
|Hubs||Indira Gandhi International Airport (Delhi)|
|Headquarters||Bangalore, Karnataka, India|
|Key people||Nirvan Veerasamy (MD)|
Quikjet Cargo Airlines Pvt. Ltd., branded as Quikjet Airlines, is an all cargo airline based in Bangalore, India. It was formed in 2007, promoted by AFL Pvt Ltd. Switzerland-based Farnair picked up a 36.2% stake in the airline in February 2012, making AFL the second-largest shareholder with 20.8% stake in the carrier. QuikJet had operated one of Farnair’s twelve ATR 72-200(F)s until March 2013 before temporarily closing shop in anticipation of a B737-400F. In May 2015, India’s Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) approved Farnair’s plan to step up its stake in Quikjet Cargo Airlines from 50.93% to 72.59% in multiple stages involving a minimum total foreign direct investment of Rs. 14.4 Crores. Quickjet plans to launch scheduled domestic cargo services using Boeing 737 aircraft.
The airline started scheduled cargo flights on 16 February 2016 using a Boeing 737.
Destinations[edit | edit source]
As of February 2016, Quikjet Cargo flies to the following destinations:
|India (Delhi)||Delhi||Indira Gandhi International Airport||Hub|||
|India (Karnataka)||Bangalore||Kempegowda International Airport|||
|India (Tamil Nadu)||Chennai||Chennai International Airport|||
|India (Telangana)||Hyderabad||Rajiv Gandhi International Airport|||
Fleet[edit | edit source]
As of August 2017, Quikjet Cargo operates the following aircraft: 
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