An application of the KFLOW3D code which has been developed at KAIST is presented. This paper briefly describes the underlying methodology and summarizes the results for the DLR-F6 transport configuration recently presented in the second AIAA CFD Drag Prediction Workshop held in Orlando, FL, June 2003. KFLOW3D is a parallelized Reynolds averaged Navier-Stokes solver for multi-block structured grids. For the present computations, 2-equation k-ω WD+ nonlinear eddy viscosity model is used. The emphasis of the paper is placed on the implementation of the k-ω WD+ model in the multigrid framework and practicality of KFLOW3D for accurately predicting not only the integrated aerodynamic property such as the drag coefficient but pressure distributions.