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Cardig Air

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8F  CAD
Key people  Boyke Soebroto (CEO)
Founded  2004
CAD  CARDIG AIR
Headquarters  Jakarta, Indonesia
Fleet size  3
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Hubs  Soekarno-Hatta International Airport
Website  http://www.cardigair.com/
Hub  Soekarno–Hatta International Airport

Cardig Air is a cargo airline in Indonesia, based at Jakarta. It operates cargo services within Indonesia and across Asia on a scheduled, contract and charter basis.

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Cardig Air leases three Boeing 737-300F aircraft which had been converted to freighters. The first two aircraft arrived at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport on 20 October 2008. Cardig Air officially began its operating activities in January 2009.

Cardig Air currently has scheduled flights to Jakarta, Singapore, Balikpapan, and also to Jayapura and Wamena. In addition, Cardig Air has charter flights to various domestic and regional destinations. Cardig Air is listed in category 2 by Indonesian Civil Aviation Authority for airline safety quality.

History

Cardig Air was established in April 2004. It was a wholly owned subsidiary of PT Cardig International. In July 2008, a group of investors led by current CEO Boyke Soebroto injected new capital and acquired a majority stake in Cardig Air. By then the new management restructured the business, including replacing the company's existing Boeing 737-200Cs with higher-capacity and more fuel-efficient Boeing 737-300Fs.

Cardig Air leased its first two 737-300Fs, which arrived in Jakarta on October 2008, and full operations started in January 2009; serving customers on both a scheduled and chartered basis. As of August, 2012 Cardig Air operates three Boeing 737-300Fs.

Destinations

Cardig Air operates the following services (as of December 2012):

^ - chartered destination
^^ - chartered and scheduled destination
^^^ - operated by interline corporation

Asia

 Brunei
  • Bandar Seri Begawan - Brunei International Airport ^
  •  People's Republic of China
  • Hong Kong - Hong Kong International Airport ^
  •  East Timor
  • Dili - Presidente Nicolau Lobato International Airport ^
  •  Japan
     Indonesia
  • Balikpapan - Sultan Aji Muhammad Sulaiman Airport ^^
  • Banda Aceh - Sultan Iskandarmuda Airport ^
  • Banjarmasin - Syamsudin Noor Airport ^
  • Batam - Hang Nadim Airport ^
  • Denpasar - Ngurah Rai International Airport ^
  • Jakarta - Halim Perdanakusuma Airport ^^
  • Kendari - Haluoleo Airport ^
  • Kupang - El Tari Airport ^
  • Manado - Sam Ratulangi International Airport ^
  • Makassar - Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport ^
  • Matak - Matak Airport ^
  • Medan - Polonia International Airport ^
  • Natuna - Ranai Airport ^
  • Padang - Minangkabau International Airport ^
  • Palembang - Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II Airport ^
  • Pekanbaru - Sultan Syarif Qasim II International Airport ^
  • Semarang - Achmad Yani International Airport ^
  • Solo - Adisumarmo International Airport ^
  • Surabaya - Juanda International Airport ^
  • Ternate - Babullah Airport ^
  • Yogyakarta - Adisucipto International Airport ^
  •  Malaysia
  • Kuching - Kuching International Airport ^
  • Labuan - Labuan Airport ^
  • Sandakan - Sandakan Airport ^
  •  Pakistan
  • Islamabad - Benazir Bhutto International Airport ^
  •  Singapore
  • Singapore Changi Airport ^^
  •  Thailand
  • Rayong - U-Tapao International Airport ^
  •  United Arab Emirates
  • Dubai - Dubai International Airport ^^^
  •  Vietnam
  • Ho Chi Minh City - Tan Son Nhat International Airport
  • Europe

     Luxembourg
  • Luxembourg City - Luxembourg – Findel Airport ^^^
  •  Netherlands
  • Amsterdam - Amsterdam Airport Schiphol ^^^
  • Oceania

     Australia
  • Christmas Island - Christmas Island Airport ^
  • Darwin - Darwin International Airport ^
  • Fleet

    The Cardig Air fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of August 2016):

    References

    Cardig Air Wikipedia


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