Corporate Office: Suvarnabhumi Airport, Thailand
K-Mile Asia became Thailand’s first express airline when it was registered in 2004. The airline now operates 5 days each week with 3 B737-400 freighter aircraft with a 19-tonne capacity for DHL.?
Based in Bangkok, the airline’s Asian network includes Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Singapore.
When not operating on the DHL schedule, K-Mile offers tailor-made cargo charter flights with its aircraft based in Hanoi, Jakarta and Phnom Penh.
In 2006 K-Mile started its first commercial flights with three B727 Freighter aircraft ex Bangkok to Singapore, Indonesia and Vietnam. In 2013 it retired the three B727F aircraft and suspended these routes.
Farnair Switzerland AG acquired a 45% share in the company in March 2014 and in July of that year the first B737-400SF joined the fleet.
ASL Aviation Holdings acquired Farnair and K-Mile in December 2014 and since then two additional B737SFs have joined K-Mile’s fleet.