Cargo Airlines is a company that specializes in the transportation of valuable cargo. Some Cargo Airlines are subsidiaries of larger passenger airlines, but the vast majority are owned by Logistics Service Companies. Cargo planes are mostly used for transporting large amounts of cargo. FedEx is the world’s largest cargo airline, operating 688 planes and ordering an additional 67. Hundreds of cargo airlines operate all over the world, all with the same goal in mind: to transport cargo.
|Rank||Name of the Airlines||NO. of Fleet||New Order||Founded||Head Quarters|
|1||Fed Ex||688||67||1971||Memphis, Tennessee, U.S|
|2||UPS Airlines||214||19||1988||Louisville, Kentucky|
|3||DHL Aviation||75||13||1969||Cargo West, Derby, UK|
|4||TNT Airways||50||2||1999||Liege, Belgium|
|5||Korean Air Cargo||24||12||1962||Gonghang-dong, Gangseo-gu, Seoul, South Korea|
|6||Cathay Pacific Cargo||24||10||1946||Hong Kong International Airport, Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong|
|7||China Airlines Cargo||19||0||1959||CAL Park, Dayuan, Taoyuan, Taiwan|
|8||Lufthansa Cargo||18||5||1994||Frankfurt, Germany|
|9||EVA Air Cargo||18||0||1989||376, Hsin-Nan Rd., Sec. 1, Lujhu, Taoyuan County, Taiwan|
|10||Cargolux||16||11||1970||Luxembourg – Findel AirportSandweiler, Luxembourg|
Note: The Largest Cargo Airlines in the list are Ranked on the Total Fleet Size of the Airline Companies.