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Kam Air is an airline headquartered in Kabul, Afghanistan. The airline operates scheduled domestic passenger services and regional international services.


Kam Air flies to the following destinations: Kabul, Bost, Kandahar, Herat, Mazar-i-Sharif, Tarin Kowt, Farah, Sharana, Zaranj, Dushanbe, Delhi and Dubai. KAM Air plans to fly to Moscow, Kiev, Frankfurt, Jeddah and Hangzhou in the future.


Kam Air's main line of business is the carriage of passengers on regularly scheduled flights in domastic as well as regional flights and its fleet consists of Boeing 767-200, McDonnell Douglas MD87 and McDonnell Douglas MD83.


Kam Air's main operating base is at Kabul International Airport.





Kam Air allows complimentary baggage which is mentioned on the flight ticket.

Kam Air has the following baggage allowances for its International and Domestic passengers:

U.S/Canada: 2 Pieces, each piece 23Kg

International Flights: 1 Piece 30Kg

Domestic Flights: 1 Piece 20Kg


Passengers with Kam Air are allowed 1 piece of carry-on baggage with maximum size of 23 cm x 40cm x 55cm.





25th June 2018

Kam Air upgauges B767 fleet

Kam Air has acquired its first B767-300(ER) with YA-KMR (msn 25534) having been ferried to Istanbul Sabiha Gökcen for painting. 
Kam Air currently has a single, inoperative B767-200. It also operates 2 A340-300s, 1 B737-300, 2 B737-500s (of which one is wet-leased from Ukrainian Wings), and 2 MD-87s. The airline operates scheduled flights to towns and cities across: Afghanistan, Iran, Turkey, India, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and Uzbekistan.


12th October 2017

Kam Air on Monday launched its new twice weekly flight from Maulana Jalaluddin Mohammad Balkhi International Airport in Mazar-e-Sharif to New Delhi, in India.

Mohammad Asif, the head of Mazar airport, said efforts are also underway to start up a cargo route from the airport to foreign destinations.

“Soon we will start exporting agricultural produce,” Asif added.

Meanwhile Manjish Grover, India’s Consul General in Mazar-e Sharif welcomed the move and said this was yet another sign of Afghanistan-India friendship.

“This is probably an answer to the call of all these people who wanted a direct flight from here and I think the most who would benefit from this direct flight will be the people from this region; especially those who go to India for medical treatment; I hope this direct connection will also eventually increase trade and commercial activity between the north of Afghanistan and India and that we see more and more business people using this opportunity to travel to India for business,” Grover said.

Meanwhile passengers booked on the inaugural flight to Delhi also welcomed the move.

“I am flying from Mazar-e-Sharif directly to New Delhi and I am very glad,” said Najibullah a passenger.

“In the past we did not have direct flights and we had to go through Kabul, but now direct flights have started and we are very happy,” said Khalid another passenger.

These flights are considered economically beneficial for Afghans living in the north – especially those in need of specialized medical treatment.

“Our people have health problems and they travel to India and in the past people faced big problems but now with direct flights their problems are solved,” said Afzal Hadid Balkh, the provincial council head.

The new route is the third international destination to be added to Mazar airport’s services. Flights to Turkey and Iran from Mazar are already well established.


May 2016


Kam Air announced that it would be leasing a Fokker 100 from Kazakhstan's Bek Air.

Kam Air operates a diverse fleet of jets including one B737-500 (leased from Bravo Airways, one B767-200, one MD-82 and two MD-87s. It offers regular passenger flights to Bost, Herat, Kandahar, and Mazar i Sharif locally and Delhi Int'l and Dushanberegionally. In March 2016, KAM Air announced it was to start direct flights between Kabul and the Central Bamyan province.

The first flight by Kam Air carried passengers from capital Kabul to Bamyan province using Saab 340 aircraft, a Swedish twin-engine turboprop aircraft that can carry up to 40 passengers. Bamyan is located in central parts of the country and is among the relatively peaceful provinces where terrorist related incidents are rarely reported.





Route Map 





Popular Routes


Kandahar    Dubai


Bost     Kabul 


Dubai    Herat


Herat   Delhi 




The Fleet 

Boeing 747-200F


McDonnell Douglas MD-83




Boeing 767–200


McDonnell Douglas MD-87




McDonnell Douglas MD-82





Hamid Karzai International Airport

HUB Airport


Hamid Karzai International Airport, is located 5 kilometers (3.1 mi) from the city center of Kabul in Afghanistan. It serves as one of the nation's main international airports and as one of the largest military bases, capable of housing over one hundred aircraft.


Airlines that fly from and to Hamid Krzai International Airport include Air India, Spicejet, Emirates and flydubai.










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Based in Kabul, Kam Air is a privately-owned, full service, network airline flying from the capital of Afghanistan to both domestic and international destinations. Formed in 2003, due to regulatory issues, Kam Air is unable to fly into Europe but does connect Kabul with the international cities of Dubai, Delhi and Dushanbe. Within Afghanistan the airline operates schedules to: • Bost • Kabul • Kandahar • Herat • Mazar-i-Sharif • Tarin Kow Kam Air operates a mixed fleet of Boeing, McDonnell Douglas and Russian built aircraft plus a Boeing 747 freighter.

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