Cambodian Angkor Air

Cambodian Angkor Airline



"'Proudly the national flag carrier'"

Headquarters: Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Founded: 2009

'Commenced Operations:  28 July 2009                                   '                                          

Served Area: China, India, Thailand, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Vietnam, Laos, Burma, Iran. New Zealand

Hubs:  Phnom Penh International, Siem Reap International                                                               

  CEO       Mr.Trinh Hong Quang

'IATA: K9 'ICAO: KHV  Callsign: Angkor Air

     Cambodian Angkor Air is an airline company which is located in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Founded on 28 July 2009 by the Cambodian Government and Vietnamese Airlines replacing Royal Air Cambodge which went bankrupt in 2001.

     Cambodian Angkor Air hub's are Siem Reap International and Phnom Penh International both which are located in the state of Cambodia within The Kingdom of Indochina.


Aircraft In




Passangers Delievers Routes Notes
C Y Total
Airbus A321-200 6 6 16 168 184      2037 Medium- and long-haul international and domestic

(Domestic flight on K6 7112/13 only)

*New aircraft will delivered in 2037.
ATR 72-500 3 TBA 0 67 67        - Short-haul international

and domestic

*Lease from Vietnam Airlines an old deliveried ATR72-500 (VN-B210) operate on domestic route.
Total 9 0

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