Kalahari Express Airlines

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Kalahari Express Airlines
IATA ICAO Callsign
KEA Kalahari
Founded 1997
Commenced operations 1999
Ceased operations 2000
Operating bases Hosea Kutako International Airport
Fleet size 2 Fokker F28 Fellowship
Headquarters Windhoek, Namibia
Kalahari Express Fokker F28 at Perth Airport (late 1990s)

Kalahari Express Airlines was an airline based in Windhoek, Namibia.

Code data[edit]

  • ICAO Code: KEA (not current)
  • Callsign: KALAHARI (not current)


The airline was set to start service in 1997, though as of 1998, service had not yet started. The airline had difficulty in obtaining loans to purchase two Fokker F28-Mark 3000 from Australia. Destinations to be served from Windhoek were Johannesburg and Cape Town.[1] As of 1999, the airlines were to be sent to Kalahari Express Airlines.[2]