None of Kodak's printers support AirPrint, to the best of my knowledge. Kodak has, or at least had, a print app in the iTunes Store that worked with at least some of their WiFi printer. Third-party printing apps such as PrintCentral are also available. All such apps have limitations, so check them out thoroughly before you pay for any such app.
You can route the printing through your computer. If you have a Mac, Printopia would be worth a look. Fingerprint is another option that is available for both Mac OS X and Windows system. You could also consider an AirPrint-capable print server. Lantronix makes a couple of models, including one that supports a USB printer:
Look on Kodak's site, they do have options that vary by model. Including a partnership with google docs that may allow you to e-mail your document to a hardwired computer that serves as a print server.
If none of those options look good, you can use third party apps. I have a kodak printer (different model) and use Print n Share with mine and it works fine.