Fort Yaxier International Airport
Fort Yaxier International Airport (FYI) is an international airport located south of Fort Yaxier in the snow plains biome of Tribiome Island. It was designed to be a high density airport and a central hub for many airlines and their flights, as well as for other modes of transit to a somewhat lesser degree.
|Fort Yaxier International Airport|
Aéroport International Yaxier
Aeroporto Internazionale Yaxier
(Yakushie Kokusai Kūkō)
|IATA: FYI – ICAO: NFYI|
|Airport type||Joint Military-Civilian|
|Operator||Formosa Transit Authority|
|Location||Southern Central New World|
|Hub for||SkyTrans |
|Built||January 2017 - ??|
|In use||5/26/2017 - Present|
|Elevation AMSL||TBD m / TBD ft|
|Statistics (May 2017)|
|Transportation||MRT Island and Valley Lines|
|1Indicating usable space for planes outlined by (and including) the large quartz perimeter, i.e. apron, tarmac, and runways. The terminals are fully within this space, but the ring road and transit stations are not (and thus not counted).|
FYI is a near-futuristic airport with unique elevated terminals and a main terminal with a distinct alien UFO-like look with its large oval windows, stark colors, and frequent use of elevators and walkways. The airport experiments with the efficient use of space to maximize gates while maintaining realism. The solution was a semi-elevated terminal with indents under it that allow regular planes to be parked slightly under the terminal, while it maintaining structural integrity. Small planes, designated Concourse G, are parked under the main terminal due to its ability to fit and easily maneuver amid supports, and helicopters, designated Concourse H, are located next to them in the open. 2 private landing pads are also located on top of the terminal at the junctions of the main terminal and the two concourses.
Concourses A and C are structured as southern prongs from Terminal 1 and B and D are partly separated concourses as extensions of A and C. Concourse F serves as the airfield portion of the airport, located just north of Concourse C.
Terminal 2 is a fully separate terminal south of Terminal 1, containing Concourse E for large planes.
Terminals 3 and 4 (Concourses I-L) are separate and fully individual terminals located on either side of Terminal 1, with each containing 2 concourses. Each terminal's concourses are joined in the center with a large rotunda containing amenities. The terminals' check-ins/security and immigration/customs are located underground spanning the area between the terminal and the adjacent runway. They are accessible by road and train on landside by the ring road, and connected airside by a circular airport shuttle and shuttle buses.
Concourses A-D each have unique roof elements, with the artwork named after the 4 movements of the Cascadian Concerto, each representing a season. In order from Concourses A-D, they are named Glistening, Sundrenched, Windswept, and Snowcapped.
The airport's terminals are accessible by a combined ring road and railway serving all 4 terminals. Local service consists of airport express trains operated by Fort Yaxier using E259 3-car multiple-working trainsets terminating at Elecna Bay International Airport, with direct airside service available. Transportation by other companies may be provided. All terminals are also accessible by shuttle or bus airside.
Bidirectional perimeter loop with airside service at all stations and landside services at Terminals 1 and 2. Rolling stock consists of 2-car automated maglev warptrains. All stations are fully enclosed and have platform screen doors to ensure safety and security.
|— ↑ Loop line towards Station 8 ↑ —|
|— ↓ Loop line towards Station 1 ↓ —|
Most of the check-ins are located at the entrance of Terminal 1, in 5 blocks of 8, 4 check-ins on each side. Airlines may get more than one check-in depending on the number of gates they have. Airlines in Terminal 2 will be assigned one check-in each located at the terminal entrance, and Terminals 3-4 will have several large check-ins each for the residing airlines/alliances.
|A||1||FlySubway||B||1||C||1||SkyTrans||D||1||Valletta Airline||E||1||Vermilion Airways|
|5||National Airlines||5||AirLinQ||5||5||Nexus Airlines||5|
Note: not all flights are operational
Gates in Concourses A-D are accessible as branches of the main terminal. Heli and ground gates are accessible just after security from the junctions of the main terminal and concourses A and C, respectively. All Terminals are accessible by an inter-terminal train airside.
|1||FernAir||Titsensaki Regional Airport||H1||SkyTrans||Dabecco Regional Airport|
East Spruce Heliport
|2||FlySubway||Pine Mountain Airfield||H2||SkyTrans||Central City Heliport|
|3||FreeAir||Freedon Quartzwood Regional Airfield||H3||Heampstead Air||Heampstead Heliport|
|4||BluAir||Ilirea Midcity Airport||H4||SkyTrans||Woodsdale Municipal Airport|
|5||FlyCreeper||Creeperville International Airport||H5||FreeAir||Stoneedge Orcus Heliport|
|6||FlyArctic||Vegeta City Airfield||H6||SkyTrans||Creeperville International Airport|
|7||Valletta Airways||Valletta Airport||H7||Air Kirdé||Norwest Airfield|
|8||Segville Air||Segville International||H8|
|9||AirCovfefe||Omerah International Airport||H9||FlySakura||Osaka Heliport|
|10||Kangaroo Air||West Mesa International Airport||H10|
|12||FliHigh Airlines||Venceslo-Fifth Ward Int'l|
|Concourse I||Concourse J|
Accidents and Incidents
On September 29th, 2017, a Boeing 747-8 operated by FernAir (Flight 007) crashed into a mountain 300 meters south of runway 36R, while en route to Timbucktoo. The cause has been determined to be a contaminated refueling pipe leading to a mid-air explosion shortly after takeoff and a loss of all aircraft control. There were 74 fatalities and 128 injuries, with 22 uninjured.
Please read all info below before requesting gates as they are important.
Use separate rows for each gate request. (For multiple destinations on the same flight, place on the same row). If you do not have access to wiki editing, ask another member to add your flight or
/mail camelfantasy in game with all of the information listed on the table. If you have any questions about the below information, ask Camelfantasy.
- Gate sizes: Regular gates are approximately 41 wide and 45 long, while small gates 1-14 are approximately 15 by 21. Large gates are approximately 61 wide and 71 long, and heli gates are 25 in diameter.
- Gate types: Under Gate Type, list either Regular, Small, Heli, or Large, in order of preference if multiple types are available for that destination(s).
- Large gates should be planes at least 45-51 wide/long. For only these, specify the plane dimensions (width x length) as well.
- Exclusive Concourses: Several concourses can be used as personal customizable concourses (10 regular gates each) for airlines or airline alliances with a significant number of gates at the airport. If you would like to own one of the concourses, contact Camelfantasy.
- If you already have ownership of one of these, you do not need to fill in the destinations and gate type columns for the first 10 medium gates. You will need to for any medium gates past that amount, or for other size/type gates.
- Airline-gate info: There is no limit to the number of gates an airline may request at this time. Airlines with multiple gates will have them grouped together as close as possible.
- Multi-stop flights are allowed, so long as the number is kept realistic. However it is preferred that each plane only has 1-2 destinations due to the large number of available gates.
- Existent of destination: Please only request flights to airports where you already have permission for the flight or will within 1 month.
- Gate reservations for future airports will be taken on a case by case basis.
- Flight Status: Flights must be set up within 30 days of the official airport opening or announcement of gate assignments, whichever comes last. Exceptions can be made.
- Military: An airfield is available, for which any allied forces of the FAF are welcome to request space for their aircraft and ground vehicles through a message to Camelfantasy.
- Any of the above conditions can be waived or modified for specific airlines/gates at the sole discretion of Camelfantasy.
|Example Airways||Yuge 101x101||Notch||Canada|
|Pan Puno Skies||Small 15-21||Elliott Neon||Espil Eclidae|
|FreeAir||Small 15x21||SoSo123||Woodsdale Municipal Airport|
|Air Kirdé||Small 15x21||Needn_NL||Airchester Airfield (permission given earlier)|
|MRT Airlines||Small||LightingMC||New Genisys|
|MRT Airlines||Small||LightingMC||Chan Bay International Airport|
By having flights at Fort Yaxier Airport, you agree to the following terms and conditions. Failure to comply may result in of the removal of the flight and/or airline, and a report for severe cases. The following conditions also apply to other forms of transit serving the airport (bus, train, boat, etc.), with the appropriate terminology substituted.
- Flights and airlines may be removed at the discretion of Camelfantasy with or without explanation.
- If the airport is full, owners of gates with the same destinations may be asked to settle a deal resulting in only one of those flights remaining. In the event a deal is not reached, an auction will be held with the highest bidder retaining his/her gate and the other(s) evicted.
- Modification of areas not explicitly permitted by Camelfantasy counts as griefing and may be reported or privately settled.
- Any of the above conditions can be waived or modified for specific airlines/gates at the discretion of Camelfantasy, on a case by case basis.