Flow fields around a KARI-11-180 airfoil, SDM and transonic body are numerically simulated by using an unstructured meshes based compressible flow solver developed at KAIST. RANS equations are solved to analyse the flow fields and Roe's FDS method is adopted to evaluate convective fluxes. Turbulence effect of the flow fields is modeled by a SA model, SST model and gamma Re--(theta t) model. It is found that smaller drag coefficients are predicted for the KARI-11-180 airfoil when a transition phenomenon is considered and small deviations exist between CFD and EFD results. For the SDM, flow separation is observed at a leading edge and calculated aerodynamic properties show similar tendencies to experimental results. A shock wave on main wings of the transonic body is successfully captured by the present flow solver at a Mach number 0.9. Estimated pressure profiles by means of the present CFD method also agree well with those of wind tunnel results.