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Kemburg Air (IATA: KB - ICAO: KMB - Callsign: KEMBURG) is the national airline and the official flag carrier of Kemburg. It is the largest airline in the Kingdom of Kemburg and its headquarters are located in capital city, Kemburg City. Its main hub is located near the company's headquarters in Kemburg City, and is the Kemburg City International Airport. The company is owned by the Kemburg Air Group. It currently codeshares with several other members of the IWO, including Brunant and Lovia. The most popular destinations of Kemburg Air are United Kingdom, France, the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium.

HistoryEdit

For many years, Kemburg did not have an official flag carrier or national airline, and many universal airlines were used in the Kingdom of Kemburg. The most popular airline used in Kemburg was the local flag carrier of Britain, British Airlines which occupied a majority of Brunanter aerospace. In 1982, the Kemburger government proposed a national airline/official flag carrier should be made due to the economic growth of the nation. Several months had passed from the proposal, and Kemburg Air was created. All operations began within days of the creation of the airline, and customers quickly used Kemburg Air to travel to local West European countries. By 2000, Kemburg Air was the most popular airline in Kemburg, and occupied 53% of Kemburger aerospace. Kemburg Air uses several Kemburger airports including the large Kemburg City International Airport, and smaller airports such as Belmont Regional Airport and Avaley Airport. In 2013, Kemburg recently began codesharing with several other International Wikination Organisation countries including Lovia and Brunant.

FleetEdit

  • Boeing 737-800 x50
  • Airbus A340-200 x2

DestinationsEdit

  • London, United Kingdom
  • Manchester, United Kingdom
  • Liverpool, United Kingdom
  • Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  • Brunant-flag Koningstad, Brunant
  • Paris, France
  • Marseille, France
  • Lyon, France
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • Berlin, Germany
  • Hamburg, Germany
  • Brussels, Belgium
  • Antwerp, Belgium

OwnershipEdit