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{{Infobox Airline
 
{{Infobox Airline
 
|airline = Air Karolia <br>Kärolijas Lennuvai
 
|airline = Air Karolia <br>Kärolijas Lennuvai
|logo =  
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|logo = [[File:KL_logo.png|thumb|Current airline logo]]
 
|fleet_size = 130 (incl. subsidiaries)
 
|fleet_size = 130 (incl. subsidiaries)
 
|destinations = 67  
 
|destinations = 67  
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|headquarters = [[Säntjana]], Karolia<!--Cited below-->
 
|headquarters = [[Säntjana]], Karolia<!--Cited below-->
 
|key_people =  
 
|key_people =  
|hubs = [[Säntjana Anola-Fiore, Säntjana Tougu, Vasireii]]
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|hubs = [[Säntjana Anola-Fiore, Säntjana Tougu, Vasireii Liasu]]
|focus_cities = Paliiso, Lapise, Villa Constitución, Phoenix
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|focus_cities = Paliiso, Lapise, Villa Constitución
 
|frequent_flyer =  
 
|frequent_flyer =  
 
|lounge =
 
|lounge =
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|num_employees =   
 
|num_employees =   
 
|operating_income = 
 
|operating_income = 
|website = [http://www.airkarolia.ka/ www.airkarolia.ka]
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|website = [http://www.kl.ka/ www.kl.ka]
 
|inflight_magazine =
 
|inflight_magazine =
 
|}}
 
|}}
  
Air Karolia is the national airline and flag carrier of the Republic of Karolia. As of 2014, it flies to every continent on the planet and serves 67 airports in scheduled flights. Air Karolia also operates a low-cost subsidiary, KAwings.
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Air Karolia is the national airline and flag carrier of the Republic of [[Karolia]]. It is 30% state owned with the remainder owned by a private consortium. As of 2015, it flies to every continent on the planet and serves 67 airports in scheduled services. Air Karolia also operates a low-cost subsidiary, [[KAwings]].
  
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
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In 1927 the airline purchased its first 16-seat aircraft with three engines, allowing faster flights and greater loads to be carried. Some of these aircraft continued in freight service well into the 1940s.
 
In 1927 the airline purchased its first 16-seat aircraft with three engines, allowing faster flights and greater loads to be carried. Some of these aircraft continued in freight service well into the 1940s.
  
In 1954 the airline entered the jet age with the purchase of seven jets which had a 140-seat capacity. These were used to replace the piston-engined craft on intercontinental routes, in some cases nearly halving the flight times.
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In 1954 the airline entered the jet age with the purchase of seven jets which had a 140-seat capacity. These were used to replace the piston-engined craft on intercontinental routes, in some cases nearly halving the flight times. By 1960 the entire intercontinental fleet was comprised of jet aircraft.
  
 
== Destinations ==
 
== Destinations ==
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|Derindonderak  
 
|Derindonderak  
|[[Manhal]]
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|[[Mahhal]]
 
|5 weekly
 
|5 weekly
 
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As of autumn 2014, Air Karolia and subsidiaries operate the following aircraft:
 
As of autumn 2014, Air Karolia and subsidiaries operate the following aircraft:
  
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|[[Corrus]] [[Corrus 502|502-D]]
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|10
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|200
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|2001
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|[[Corrus 502|Corrus 502-XR]]
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|2009-12
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|[[Corrus 702|Corrus 702-E]]
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|20
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|370 (3-class), 415 (2-class)
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|2004
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|[[Galen Aviation|Galen]] [[Galen Ga-14|Ga-14]]
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|32 (single-class)
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|1993-1999
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|[[SAI]] [[SAI 210|210]]
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|64
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|SAI [[SAI 410|410]]
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|[[Watanabe Industries|Watanabe]] W34-D
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|21
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|154
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|1995
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| +13 operated by KAwings.
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|Watanabe W32-C
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|18
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|220
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|1997
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|Watanabe W39
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|270
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|2014
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|18 on order, currently being delivered
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*SAI 210
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The W34 and W32 are scheduled to be replaced in the next five years; the former with newer versions of the same type and the latter with the W39 and the Corrus 502XR. Air Karolia has also registered an interest in the forthcoming SAI 240 as a replacement for the W34.
*SAI 410
 
*Watanabe WA-36
 
*Watanabe WA-38
 
  
 
=== Past fleet ===
 
=== Past fleet ===
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Jets:
 
Jets:
  
*PAL-134
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*[[Corrus 110]]
*SAI Twin
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*[[Corrus 202]]
*Watanabe WA-22
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*[[PAL-124]]
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*[[PAL-134]]
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*[[Karole Twin]]
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*Watanabe W20
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*Watanabe W22
  
 
Props:
 
Props:
  
 
[[Category:Karolia]]
 
[[Category:Karolia]]

Revision as of 02:47, 8 January 2015

Airline Air Karolia
Kärolijas Lennuvai
[[File:
Current airline logo
|200px|border|logo of {{{name}}}]]
Fleet_size 130 (incl. subsidiaries)
Callsign Karolian
Founded 1929
Headquarters Säntjana, Karolia
Hubs Säntjana Anola-Fiore, Säntjana Tougu, Vasireii Liasu
Focus_cities {{{cities}}}
Subsidiaries {{{names}}}
Website [http://www.kl.ka/ www.kl.ka www.www.kl.ka]

Air Karolia is the national airline and flag carrier of the Republic of Karolia. It is 30% state owned with the remainder owned by a private consortium. As of 2015, it flies to every continent on the planet and serves 67 airports in scheduled services. Air Karolia also operates a low-cost subsidiary, KAwings.

History

Air Karolia was founded in 1929 as an amalgamation of the Karolia Air Service (chartered passenger flights) and the Karolian Post's air mail division which had been operating mailplanes since 1915. The new company was based at Fontjana aerodrome and initially flew scheduled flights to Säntjana and Vasireii using 8-seater biplanes with mail as cargo. By 1922 they company had a fleet of twelve aircraft, three of which were dedicated mailplanes and the rest mixed passenger and goods, and had included Kyor and the Aguilasi valley as destinations. A flight from Säntjana to Mecyna with a stop in Lapise was initiated the following year.

In 1927 the airline purchased its first 16-seat aircraft with three engines, allowing faster flights and greater loads to be carried. Some of these aircraft continued in freight service well into the 1940s.

In 1954 the airline entered the jet age with the purchase of seven jets which had a 140-seat capacity. These were used to replace the piston-engined craft on intercontinental routes, in some cases nearly halving the flight times. By 1960 the entire intercontinental fleet was comprised of jet aircraft.

Destinations

As of autumn 2014, Air Karolia and subsidiaries serve the following destinations:

Airport Country Frequency Notes
Canal International Airport FLAGMECY.png Mecyna 2 daily Codeshare with Mecyna Airlines
Khaiwoon International Airport Khaiwoon flag.png Khaiwoon 1 daily Continues to
Gobras City International Terminal GobrassanyaFlag01.png Gobrassanya 1 daily Continues to Northurland
Wiwax-Pargiter International Airport Wiwaxia Flag.jpg Wiwaxia 2 daily
Ataraxia International Airport Flag-Ataraxia-v1.png Ataraxia 1 daily
Ángel Keum International Airport Luciano Flag FA.png Ardisphere 3 daily
Jeongto International Aiport Luciano Flag FA.png Ardisphere 2 daily 1 from Santjana, 1 from Vasireii
Guillermo Saa García International Airport Luciano Flag FA.png Ardisphere 2 daily 1 from Santjana, 1 from Lapise
Vega International Airport VegaFlag.PNG Vega 3 daily 2 from Santjana, 1 from Vasireii
Eraso-Bolduque International Airport VegaFlag.PNG Vega 1 daily
Leluwa International Airport OnnutuFlag.png Onnutu 1 daily Continues to Sathria
Ergolanyum International Airport NationalFlagRGNK.png Rogolnika 3 daily
Felip Koudro International Airport NationalFlagRGNK.png Rogolnika 1 daily
Port Emporia International Airport Flsg.jpg Pretany 1 daily
Zylanda International FLAGZYL.png Zylanda 2 daily
Latina Airport Latflag.png Latina 2 daily
Cordoba Airport Latflag.png Latina 1 daily
Säntjana Tougu Karolia flag.png Karolia Hub airport
Säntjana Anola-Fiorii Karolia flag.png Karolia Hub airport
Paliiso-Saepoo Karolia flag.png Karolia
Fontjäna Airport Karolia flag.png Karolia
Vasireii Liasú International Karolia flag.png Karolia Hub airport
Lapise Jaarve Karolia flag.png Karolia
Saarmae Lía Airport Karolia flag.png Karolia 4 daily 2 from Lapise, 2 from Fontjäna
Safrisco Frank Trostel PaxtarFlag.png Paxtar 4 weekly
Bengonia International Darcodia Flag.png Darcodia 4 weekly
Mostrakago Lost country.png Arataran 3 daily 1 from Säntjana, 1 from Vasireii, 1 from Lapise
Derindonderak Mahhal 5 weekly
Beishan International Meilan flag.png Meilan 5 weekly
Tehmahd Mazan Flag.png Mazan 4 weekly Continues to
Khama'ata Mazan Flag.png Mazan 3 weekly Continues to St Richards
St Richards Flsg.jpg Pretany 3 weekly
Rodriguez International Lost country.png Ismikk 2 daily 1 from Säntjana, 1 from Vasireii
Pańade Henry Joulais International Lost country.png Picard 3 weekly
Luchthaven Krone Lost country.png Dagelanden 2 daily

Fleet

Current fleet

As of autumn 2014, Air Karolia and subsidiaries operate the following aircraft:

Type Number in service Seats Introduced Notes
Corrus 502-D 10 200 2001
Corrus 502-XR 25 240 2009-12
Corrus 702-E 20 370 (3-class), 415 (2-class) 2004
Galen Ga-14 8 32 (single-class) 1993-1999
SAI 210 6 64 1999
SAI 410 10 94 2005
Watanabe W34-D 21 154 1995 +13 operated by KAwings.
Watanabe W32-C 18 220 1997
Watanabe W39 4 270 2014 18 on order, currently being delivered

The W34 and W32 are scheduled to be replaced in the next five years; the former with newer versions of the same type and the latter with the W39 and the Corrus 502XR. Air Karolia has also registered an interest in the forthcoming SAI 240 as a replacement for the W34.

Past fleet

Jets:

Props: