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Largest DRC cargo airline

Serve Air is one of Dem. Rep. of congo’s leading private sector cargo airline in its formative stages based in Kinshasa (DRC). It is well organized to take advantage of a specific gap in the short-haul domestic freight transportation market.

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Our story takes flight

Serve Air established in 1993 as a registered business entity and came in to effect as a sole ownership through Mr. Harish Jagtani in 2003. Harish Jagtani has extensive experience in freight transportation aviation. The management of Serve Air is well versed in all governmental approval procedures, having traversed them in the past to a full approval and operational status.
The foundation of the company’s growth over the last 5 years is a deep understanding of economic stimuli and his ONG customer needs, and the ability to translate them into customer-desired offerings through leading edge business strategy. The company’s 230 employees are guided by the vision to be “best in the manner in which we operate, best in the airline business, and best in his value system and ethics.” Serve Air is also expanding its international footprint, established through turnover since 2003. The company’s commercial cargo aircrafts are already being marketed in all over country.

17 years on

True to the tradition of the Serve Air Group, Serve Air is committed in letter and spirit to Corporate Social Responsibility. It is a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact, and is engaged in community and social initiatives on labour and environment standards in compliance with the principles of the Global Compact. In accordance with this, it plays an active role in community development, serving rural communities adjacent to its aviation locations. With the foundation of its rich heritage, Serve Air today is etching a refulgent future.Incorporated on January 05, 1993, Serve Air Group Inc. has been providing Domestic and International cargo service throughout Dem. Rep. of Congo. In early 2009, Serve Air will introduce B727-200 aircraft to it's fleet, to become Congo’s only Boeing 727 Super 27 Freighter operator serving the cargo market between DRCongo, and all over Africa. Serve Air is led by a highly experienced and motivated management team, driven by under serviced markets and based on a solid business plan. Enjoying the unique advantages of being a wholly Indian staff with persons from all over the world, we will provide economical, reliable, and superior charter service to the World.


Services Air, aircraft B727-200FE operated its first flight today (Kinshasa-Mbujimayi-Kinshasa) with the inauguration of nonstop service between its base at Ndijili Airport in Kinshasa city (Dem. Rep. of Congo).


In early 2009, Serve Air will introduce seven (7) B727-200 aircraft to it's fleet, to become Congo’s only Boeing 727 Super 27 Freighter operator serving the cargo market between DRCongo, and all over Africa


Serve air cargo transports over 2.3 million tonnes of cargo across 25 destinations in DRC.


Services Air pleased to announce the outright purchase of the Airbus -310 -304 freighter aircraft directly from Air-India in Mumbai, India. The will add up to the one of the most advance fleet of the air cargo in the aviation history of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. The delivery of the said aircraft is expected on 27th of March, 2011.


The carrier also launches Serve air cargo Pharma, a specialised service for the transport of temperature-sensitive pharmaceuticals.


Serve air cargo launches more industry-specific services including Serve air cargo Fresh and Serve air cargo Wheels. A rose decal installed on a freighter aircraft marks the brand's contribution to global trade and the horticultural industry.


Serve air cargo delivered maximum vaccines for DRC people.


Serve air cargo commences cargo operations from all our DRC. are the first destinations Kinshasa and Lubumbashi connected by an Airbus A300 and a Boeing 737-300.


Serve air cargo network grows to over 25 destinations across DRC.


Received and extra ordinary opening of their year, where ServeAir had added new 4(four) B737-300F freighter Aircraft in its cargo fleet, We were now ready to serve high no of users, with featured like charter, bulk goods.


Serve air cargo carries over
1 million tonnes of cargo during the financial year. The Serve air cargo network now connects over 25 destination. The airline’s fleet also included four dedicated freighters.


Serve air cargo’s state-of-the-art, 43,600m2 Cargo Mega Terminal, opens in Kinshasa.