By 1990 KD Kaliningrad avia served over 30 destinations, domestically and internationally, on its Tuploev 134 and 154 aircraft.
In 2002 the state owned enterprise was privatised. From 2005 the airline received their first western aircraft and by the end of 2005 KD avia withdrew the last of their Russian aircraft. In this year the airline also changed its name to KD avia.
KD avia now operate an all Boeing fleet and as of March 2007 they had 16 Boeing 737-300's.
|Quoting 7LBAC111 (Reply 1):|
Methinks you need to pay closer attention to your TTG.
It's KD airlines, they certainly aren't a start up, and they were due to start service from LGW to KGD, on 15th June. Their website is http://www.kdavia.com.
|Quoting Humberside (Reply 6):|
Even accounting for onward connections, I dont think anyone could make MAN-Kaliningrad work
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