|Subsidiaries||IntraAir Heli Lines|
Segville Air Heli Lines
Eastern Airways Heli Lines
Deadbush Air Service
Elecna Airlines (49% owned)
AirPurpur (<1% owned)
|Parent company||Intra (a Feline Holdings company)|
|Facts and figures|
IntraAir is a major airline owned by Intra. As one of the server's largest airlines, we strive to create a large, comprehensive network of flights to places near and far, to get you to where you want to be. Our hubs on the old and new worlds connect us to places all over the server. With our award winning flight classes and in-flight service, we aim to take you there in style. And partnered with the SkyTransit Alliance, we join a network of even more connections, so you can fly to literally anywhere. So from the MRT's biggest airports to its smallest airfields, and everywhere in between, IntraAir is there to bring you anywhere and everywhere, which is why we are the MRT's airline.
Flights & Destinations
Click below for a listing of every IntraAir flight:
Click below for gate listings for every airport IntraAir and its subsidiaries fly to.
Before you even reach the air, IntraAir provides a wide range of services on the ground for its passengers.
Passengers flying with IntraAir are greeted by the check-in as they enter the airport. Whether it is a small check-in, or a large one with multiple counters, depending on the size of the airport, passengers are greeted with the same standard procedure. At the check-in counter, the employee at the desk will confirm your reservation, and hand you your boarding pass for your flight, as well as on any connecting IntraAir or SkyTransit Alliance flights, and send you on your way to your flight. Some airports also have kiosk check-ins, and all IntraAir passengers can choose to check in online if they wish.
In a select few airports, IntraAir may have no check-in desk or kiosk available. In this case, IntraAir passengers may check-in at the desk of BART Airlines or any SkyTransit Alliance member airline. At the few airports where no physical check-in is present in any form, passengers are required to check-in online.
At The Gate
Each gate IntraAir operates out of is clearly marked with the flight number and destination, and is often identified by the grey IntraAir "I". Once at the gate, the gate attendant can assist you if you have any questions.
Once it is time to board the flight, the aircraft will be boarded in zones. The first zone typically consists of passengers of the highest class of service, alongside our IntraPriority and SkyTransit Elite passengers in any class. On flights with Emperor Class, Emperor Class passengers board alone first, followed by Executive Class and our IntraPriority and SkyTransit Elite passengers. Then, each travel class from highest to lowest boards in its own zone until the aircraft has been fully boarded.
Most gates include two boarding lanes: a Priority lane and a General lane. The Priority lane may be used by IntraPriority and SkyTransit Elite passengers, while all other passengers must use the General lane. Flights with Emperor Class also include a dedicated Emperor Class boarding lane.
Premium Ground Service
IntraAir offers expedited ground services and extra amenities to passengers flying in Business Class or a higher class of service, as well as to all IntraPriority and SkyTransit Elite passengers. If your itinerary includes multiple flights, the highest class you are booked in will determine your eligibility. Customers who meet this criteria may check in at specially designated Premier check-in counters where available, are eligible for expedited security screening at select airports, and are the first to board at the gate (behind Emperor Class where applicable). Additionally, these passengers can access IntraAir SkyOne and The Clubhouse lounges at select airports.
IntraAir SkyOne Lounges provide a comfortable, relaxed location to wait for your flight. Available to passengers flying in Business Class and above as well as IntraPriority and SkyTransit Elite members, these lounges typically include lounge chairs, tables, bars and cafes, and often swimming pools. SkyOne Lounges offer free Wi-Fi for patrons to be connected while they wait for their flight.
The Clubhouse Lounges
At select Old World airports, IntraAir and our partner Caelus Airlines jointly operate The Clubhouse lounges, which feature all of the amenities you would expect from an IntraAir SkyOne Lounge plus features of a Caelus Loft. Access is available to all IntraAir passengers who qualify for SkyOne Lounge access, as well as Caelus Select passengers flying with Caelus Airlines. Most Clubhouse lounges are former OneMRT Alliance lounges.
First Class Ground Service
Passengers flying in our First Classes (Executive Class & Emperor Class) receive our utmost degree of service on the ground. At Western Ocean International Airport, Executive Class and Emperor Class passengers enter at the dedicated First Class Departures Level, where each class has its own check-in counters. Executive Class passengers may check-in at one of several counters before proceeding through security, and are immediately directed into the IntraAir SkyOne Lounge, where they may wait until they are ready to head to the gate to board their flight. Emperor Class passengers are given a uniquely personal experience, starting with a personalized check-in desk. After proceeding through security, the passenger is directed into the SkyOne Emperor Lounge, exclusive to Emperor Class passengers, fit with all of the amenities of a SkyOne Lounge, personally dedicated to the Emperor Class passenger. When they are ready to board their flight, a limousine escort carries them through the terminal from the lounge to the gate.
At other airports, Executive Class passengers receive the same amenities as passengers flying in Business Class.
IntraAir offers five classes of service aboard its flights: Basic Economy, Economy Class, Business Class, Executive Class, and Emperor Class.
|Aircraft & Capacity|
|IntraJet 3G Expi-14 1.1||2 seats|
|IntraJet 3G Expi-16 1.1||3 seats|
|IntraJet 3G TiniXS 1.1||8 seats|
IntraAir Basic Economy is IntraAir's sole class of service on it's smallest planes. There is only one class of service on board these aircraft, and, due to their extremely limited cabin space with a cabin only 1 meter wide, most services provided in Economy Class on our larger planes are unavailable. Basic Economy is our designator for the barebones seating on our small type planes, and lacks seat recline, a full seat backing, tray tables, in-flight entertainment, and lavatories, as well as any cabin service as the captain is the only crew member on board, though complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi is still provided. One unique feature of Basic Economy is that, due to the 1 meter wide cabin, every seat is a dual-window seat, with direct access to windows on both sides. Basic Economy is exclusive to IntraAir's small type aircraft, as full-service Economy Class is our base class of service on all larger planes.
|Aircraft & Capacity|
|IntraJet 4G Tini 4.0||10 seats|
|IntraJet 4G Mini 4.0||18 seats|
|IntraJet 4G Jumbo 4.1||44 seats|
|IntraJet 4G Maxi 3.0||57 seats|
IntraAir Economy Class is IntraAir's base class of service on all but our smallest planes. Filling most of the seating capacity on our aircraft, Economy Class offers competitive service at affordable ticket prices. Each recliner seat features a full seat backing and a full size tray table, as well as a large seatback television, controlled by touch and featuring a selection of live and on-demand options. Complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi is also provided for all passengers, as well as outlets at every seat. On all flights, Economy Class passengers are served a pre-prepared meal package from a set menu, although the extent of meal service depends on flight duration. A lavatory is available in the back of the Economy Class cabin, except on the IntraJet 4G Tini 4.0, our smallest medium type plane, due to limited cabin space. The configuration of Economy Class depends on aircraft size. On the IntraJet 4G Tini 4.0, our smallest medium type aircraft, every Economy Class seat is both a window and an aisle seat. On the IntraJet 4G Mini 4.0, half of Economy Class seats are window seats and the other half are aisle seats. And our large type aircraft, the IntraJet 4G Jumbo 4.1 and IntraJet 4G Maxi 3.0, some seats are center seats with neither window or aisle access. Always check your seat selection before booking to ensure you're getting the type of seat you want.
|Aircraft & Capacity|
|IntraJet 4G Tini 4.0||2 seats|
|IntraJet 4G Mini 4.0||5 seats|
|IntraJet 4G Jumbo 4.1||6 seats|
|IntraJet 4G Maxi 3.0||14 seats|
For the more discerning passenger, IntraAir Business Class is IntraAir's premium service class, available on all but our smallest planes. A substantial upgrade in both comfort and service, each Business Class seat fully reclines into a lie-flat bed, and is separated with a meter wide divider and glass shield for personal space. A full size tray table is available, as well as a widescreen seatback television featuring a selection of live and on-demand options, which can be controlled by touch or by the provided remote control. High quality wireless headphones, outlets at every seat, and complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi is also provided, as well as bedding to make your lie-flat resting as comfortable as possible. On all flights, Business Class passengers may choose from our menu of gourmet meals prepared by our world class chefs, although the extent of meal service depends on flight duration. Each seat has its own light which is adjustable by the passenger. A Business Class-exclusive lavatory is available at the back of the Business Class cabin. The configuration of Business Class depends on aircraft size. On the IntraJet 4G Tini 4.0, out smallest aircraft to feature Business Class, some Business Class features, including a divider between the seat and the aisle, a wider television than in Economy Class, and a lavatory, are unavailable due to limited cabin space; all of these features are available on all larger aircraft models. On both the IntraJet 4G Tini 4.0 and IntraJet 4G Mini 4.0, every Business Class seat is both a window and an aisle seat. On the IntraJet 4G Jumbo 4.1, half of Business Class seats are window seats and the other half are aisle seats. And on the IntraJet 4G Maxi 3.0, there are more window seats than aisle seats. Be sure to select the type of seat you're looking for while booking.
|Aircraft & Capacity|
|IntraJet 4G Jumbo 4.1||2 suites|
|IntraJet 4G Maxi 3.0||2 suites|
For those who wish to fly in luxury, IntraAir Executive Class is IntraAir's primary first class offering, available on our large planes, and is the highest level of service offered on most of the flights on which it is available. IntraAir Executive Class is one of the most spacious and private first class offerings offered by any airline on the MRT. Executive Class passengers fly in a large, 36 m2, completely enclosed private suite, divided into three sections: the main quarters, the living room, and the bathroom. The main quarters in the suite is directly adjacent to the entryway: a private door which locks from the inside. Inside this section is a large seat which reclines into a lie flat bed, with a full size tray table and a widescreen seatback television. Behind the main quarters if you're in Suite A, or in front of the main quarters in Suite B, is the living room, featuring a large sofa which folds out into a large bed. An additional, larger television screen is also present. And the final section in the suite is the private bathroom, exclusive to the occupant of the suite. The televisions in the main quarters and living room feature a selection of live and on-demand options, and can be controlled by touch or by the provided remote control. High quality wireless headphones and complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi are also provided, as well as outlets in both the main quarters and the living room. Bedding is also provided to make your resting experience as comfortable as possible, whether you choose to sleep in the lie flat recliner bed in the main quarters or the fold out sofa bed in the living room. And all lights in the suite are adjustable by the suite occupant. On all flights, Executive Class passengers may choose from our menu of gourmet meals prepared by our world class chefs, available a la carte at any point during the flight except during taxi, takeoff, and landing. All Executive Class suites are completely private and enclosed, and located next to the side windows of the aircraft. On the IntraJet 4G Jumbo 4.1, the two Executive Class suites are located at the front of the aircraft. On the IntraJet 4G Maxi 3.0, Executive Class passengers use the first class passageway in the front of the plane, with Suite A located upstairs at the front of the upper deck and Suite B located behind the stairs on the lower deck.
|Aircraft & Capacity|
|IntraJet 4G Maxi 3.0||1 residence|
For the most opulent of our travelers, IntraAir Emperor Class is IntraAir's award-winning highest level of first class service, far exceeding even the high level of service in Executive Class and unmatched by the first class offerings of any airline on the MRT. The Emperor Class experience is less akin to that of first class on a commercial airline, and more like living in the penthouse of a hotel. Available only on our largest aircraft, the IntraJet 4G Maxi 3.0, Emperor Class occupies almost the entire upper deck of our double decker aircraft. A single Emperor Class residence is reserved for one passenger, as well as up to five guests they may choose to bring along with them, in a more than 400 m2 living space in the sky. At the front of the residence, after the concierge desk, is the Emperor Class living room, a spacious room featuring a large sofa and table, a remote control ceiling-mounted widescreen television, and a self-serve minibar stocked with alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Beyond the living room is a hallway stretching down the length of the residence, accessing the other rooms. The master bedroom is essentially a hotel bedroom in the sky: a large room with a full size bed, tables and chairs, a sofa, and a widescreen remote control television. The doors to the bedroom lock from the inside, providing complete privacy, and all lights are adjustable to provide exactly the light level you desire. The master bathroom is accessible from both the bedroom and main hallway, and also locks from the inside. It features a toilet and sink as well as a shower and bath, keeping you clean and refreshed on board. If you fancy taking a swim during your flight, the natatorium is a large recreational swimming pool, and is the only in-flight swimming pool available on any MRT airline. The final room of the residence is the Emperor Class bistro, a restaurant featuring sit down service with menu of gourmet meals prepared by our world class chefs. Emperor Class passengers may choose to dine in the bistro, or may be served anywhere else in the residence, and meal service is available on-demand at any time except during taxi, takeoff, and landing. The televisions in the living room and master bedroom feature a selection of live and on-demand options, and can be controlled by the provided remote controls. High quality wireless headphones and complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi are also provided, as well as outlets in every room except the master bathroom and natatorium. Due to the massive amount of space Emperor Class occupies, it is only available on the largest aircraft in our fleet: the IntraJet 4G Maxi 3.0. At the front of the plane, Emperor Class passengers proceed through the special first class entrance and upstairs to the upper deck.
IntraAir uses the IntraJet series of aircraft designed by IntraAir Livery Division, part of Intra Manufacturing, on its mainline routes. Currently, IntraAir uses the Fourth Generation of IntraJets on its medium and large plane routes, and newer aircraft from the Third Generation of IntraJets for its small plane routes. IntraAir's aircraft fleet is listed below in size order. This list is for IntraAir's mainline fleet only: subsidiary airlines mostly use other aircraft models.
IntraJet 3G Expi-14 1.1
|Capacity||2 - Basic Economy|
2 - Total
The IntraJet 3G Expi-14 1.1 is IntraAir's smallest aircraft, used for service to airports with gates designed for small planes, including Senator airfields. While this role is usually performed by the slightly longer IntraJet 3G Expi-16 1.1 on most routes, the Expi-14 1.1 is used on select routes to airports with very constrained gate space that make a 14 long aircraft more feasible than a 16 long aircraft. Like IntraAir's other small type aircraft, the Expi-14 1.1 only features Basic Economy with no in-flight service or lavatories due to extremely limited cabin space.
IntraJet 3G Expi-16 1.1
|Capacity||3 - Basic Economy|
3 - Total
The IntraJet 3G Expi-16 1.1 is IntraAir's primary small type aircraft, used for service to airports with gates designed for small aircraft, including Senator airfields. While the Expi-16 1.1 is IntraAir's main aircraft for service to small gates, a shorter variant, the IntraJet 3G Expi-14 1.1, is used on select routes to airports with very constrained gate space that make a 14 long aircraft more feasible than a 16 long aircraft. Like IntraAir's other small type aircraft, the Expi-16 1.1 only features Basic Economy with no in-flight service or lavatories due to extremely limited cabin space.
IntraJet 3G TiniXS 1.1
|Capacity||8 - Basic Economy|
8 - Total
The IntraJet 3G TiniXS 1.1 is IntraAir's largest small type aircraft. Designed for niche use at gates larger than those typically found at a Senator airfield but too small for a medium plane, the TiniXS 1.1 is only used on select routes as one of IntraAir's least used aircraft models. Like IntraAir's other small type aircraft, the TiniXS 1.1 only features Basic Economy with no in-flight service or lavatories due to extremely limited cabin space.
IntraJet 4G Tini 4.0
|Capacity||2 - Business Class|
10 - Economy Class
12 - Total
The IntraJet 4G Tini 4.0 is IntraAir’s smallest medium type aircraft, for use at airports with gates large enough for a smaller medium sized plane. As with all other medium and large type planes, the Tini 4.0 includes full Economy Class service as well as Business Class, our premium travel class featuring an extended seat that doubles as a lie-flat bed and other premium travel amenities. Every seat is equipped with a seatback TV; Business Class seatback TVs also include a remote control. Both Economy Class and Business Class seats are set in a 1-1 configuration. Due to the limited cabin space of the Tini 4.0 compared to other medium and large type aircraft, Business Class does not include dividers between the seat and the aisle or widescreen seatback TVs, and there are no lavatories on board.
IntraJet 4G Mini 4.0
|Capacity||5 - Business Class|
18 - Economy Class
23 - Total
The IntraJet 4G Mini 4.0 is IntraAir’s primary medium type aircraft, for use at airports with full size gates, and also serves as IntraAir’s flagship aircraft model. As with all other medium and large type planes, the Mini 4.0 includes full Economy Class service as well as Business Class, our premium travel class featuring an extended seat that doubles as a lie-flat bed, dividers between the seat and aisle for personal space, and other premium travel amenities. Every seat is equipped with a seatback TV; Business Class seats include a widescreen TV with a remote control. Economy Class seats are set in a 2-2 configuration, while Business Class seats are set in a 1-1 configuration. There is one lavatory each in the back of the Business Class and Economy Class cabins.
IntraJet 4G Jumbo 4.1
|Capacity||2 - Executive Class|
6 - Business Class
44 - Economy Class
52 - Total
The IntraJet 4G Jumbo 4.1 is IntraAir’s primary large type aircraft, for use on select routes to airports with gates for large aircraft. As with all other medium and large type planes, the Jumbo 4.1 includes full Economy Class service as well as Business Class, our premium travel class featuring an extended seat that doubles as a lie-flat bed, dividers between the seat and aisle/other seats for personal space, and other premium travel amenities. Every Business and Economy Class seat is equipped with a seatback TV; Business Class seats include a widescreen TV with a remote control. Economy Class seats are set in a 4-4 configuration, while Business Class seats are set in a 2-2 configuration. There is one lavatory each in the back of the Business and Economy Class cabins.
Additionally, due to the large amount of cabin space, the Jumbo 4.1, like other large type aircraft, includes Executive Class, IntraAir’s main first class offering. The aircraft includes two Executive Class suites at the front of the plane, each of which is a fully enclosed private suite. Each suite includes an extended seat that doubles as a lie-flat bed, with a widescreen TV and remote control, and a wide sofa with its own large TV screen; the sofa can roll out into a full size bed as well. And each Executive Class Suite includes its own personal lavatory.
IntraJet 4G Maxi 3.0
|Capacity||1+ - Emperor Class|
2 - Executive Class
14 - Business Class
57 - Economy Class
74+ - Total
The IntraJet 4G Maxi 3.0 is IntraAir's largest aircraft, a fully double decker jet with very limited service on select routes only to airports with exceptionally large gate space. At this time, the Maxi 3.0 only flies a single route between Achowalogen Takachsin-Covina International Airport (ATC) and Western Ocean International Airport (WOI). As with all other medium and large type planes, the Maxi 3.0 includes full Economy Class service as well as Business Class, our premium travel class featuring an extended seat that doubles as a lie-flat bed, dividers between the seat and aisle/other seats for personal space, and other premium travel amenities. Every Business and Economy Class seat is equipped with a seatback TV; Business Class seats include a widescreen TV with a remote control. Economy Class seats are set in a 3-3-3 configuration with two aisles, while Business Class seats are set in a hybrid 1-0, 2-0, and 2-2 configuration (due to one of the Executive Class suites taking physical space aside most of the Business Class cabin) with an extra wide aisle. There is one lavatory each in the back of the Business and Economy Class cabins. All Business and Economy Class seating is located on the lower deck of the aircraft.
Like other large type aircraft, the Maxi 3.0 includes Executive Class, IntraAir's main first class offering, do to the large amount of cabin space. The aircraft includes two Executive Class suites: one on the lower deck and one on the upper deck, each connected to a separate first class passageway from the front of the plane. Each suite is a fully enclosed private suite, and includes an extended seat that doubles as a lie-flat bed, with a widescreen TV and remote control, and a wide sofa with its own large TV screen; the sofa can roll out into a full size bed as well. And each Executive Class Suite includes its own personal lavatory.
And the Maxi 3.0's most unique service is Emperor Class, IntraAir's highest level first class offering. Filling most of the upper deck of the aircraft, Emperor Class is a large private residence for a single passenger plus any travel companions. The cabin includes a living room with a sofa, table, television, and minibar, a private master bedroom with a full size bed, sofa, and a television, a private master bathroom including a bath and shower, a swimming pool, and a restaurant. The Maxi 3.0 thus offers not only IntraAir's best service class, but a class which far exceeds the first class offerings of any other airline on the MRT.
Frequent Flier Services
IntraAir rewards its most loyal customers with its frequent flier program IntraPriority. Passengers who fly a certain number of miles on IntraAir or on other SkyTransit Alliance airlines are eligible for IntraPriority status. IntraPriority passengers are given discounts on plane tickets, are automatically placed in Business Class, and receive priority check-in, security, and boarding on the ground, plus access to IntraAir SkyOne and The Clubhouse lounges as well as the lounges of all SkyTransit Alliance member airlines.
Passengers with IntraPriority status are given equivalent treatment on other SkyTransit Alliance airlines. Additionally, passengers with a frequent flier membership card from any other SkyTransit airline are granted all the same benefits as IntraPriority passengers, through our SkyTransit Elite program.
IntraAir is proud to be a member of the SkyTransit Alliance, an alliance of the server's airlines bringing you closer to the world. In addition to IntraAir's expansive, multi-world network, the SkyTransit Alliance extends this network to the far reaches of the world. Passengers can book their flight with any SkyTransit Alliance airline to connect to another alliance member. And IntraPriority benefits, as well as equivalent frequent flier programs on other SkyTransit Alliance airlines, extend across the alliance in the form of SkyTransit Elite. So, let's say you live in an apartment in Ilirea, and want to vacation to the beautiful beaches of Elecna Bay. As a frequent flier on Cascadia Airways, you are granted Cascadia Elite status. You book your flight with Cascadia, which includes a Cascadia flight to Hummingbird Islands, and a seamless connection to an IntraAir flight to Elecna Bay. As a Cascadia Elite member, you check-in fast, board first, and have access to Cascadia' lounges. Then, on your connecting IntraAir flight, you are automatically classified as a SkyTransit Elite member, also granting you access to priority boarding and IntraAir's lounges. With SkyTransit Alliance, you can go farther, knowing that an alliance of the server's airlines is here to serve you.
Flight Network Design
IntraAir operates a hybrid hub-and-spoke and point-to-point network, designed to allow for efficient travel to and from any airport on our network. IntraAir usually operates three flights from each airport gate it leases, and most airports have a combination of hub flights as well as flights to non-hub destinations.
Our hub-and-spoke network is designed to be robust, efficient, and reliable, and most importantly to allow for fast and easy traversal of our network without the need for prior knowledge of our flight routings. IntraAir has four hub airports, and every airport1 in our network has a direct flight to at least one, but usually more, of our hub airports. We also split our hub and spoke system between the New and Old Worlds, so New World destinations are served by our New World hubs, and Old World destinations are served by our Old World hub. Every hub also has a direct flight to every other hub, which means no trip between any two airports on our network requires any more than two transfers, but in practice most routings can be made with only one transfer.
IntraAir has three New World hubs: Segville International Airport (SEG), West Mesa International Airport (WMI) in Deadbush, and Elecna Bay International Airport (EBI), with Segville SEG acting as our main and biggest hub. Every New World airport we serve1 has a direct flight to at least one of these hubs, but usually more. Our Old World hub is Western Ocean International Airport (WOI), and every Old World airport served by IntraAir has a direct flight to WOI. There are some direct flights from WOI to New World destinations, and extremely limited Old World service at our New World hubs, but for the most part, passengers traveling from the New to the Old World will have to transfer at a New World hub and take a flight to WOI, where a flight to their final destination will be present. This is to reserve our New World airport capacity for service within the New World, which is what most of our passengers want, and concentrate most interworld traffic onto a few truck routes between our hubs.
Our hubs allow you to directly access anywhere on our network, but the abundance of flights necessary to achieve that can make finding your flight feel like looking for a needle in a haystack. This is a pervasive problem for most hub-and-spoke airlines which reduces their usefulness. IntraAir sought to address this problem, and designed its hubs with rapid connectivity in mind to make sure passengers can arrive from their origin and connect to their destination as quickly as possible. At our SEG and WMI hubs, in addition to normal gate signage, large map signs over every IntraAir gate display the three letter airport codes of each destination flown to from that gate. So, for instance, the gate with service to Farwater FLC will have a big “FLC” sign hanging over it. All you need to do is scan the big signs hanging over the gates until you find the airport you’re looking for. At SEG, we took survival mode passengers into account, with a people mover stopping at every B gate and at the western end of the C gates. At each gate, signs and warp welcome messages on the people mover display all the destinations from that gate. And, for ease of use in creative mode, all of our jetbridges at SEG and WMI are accessible from outside.
We also made it as easy as possible to connect between hubs. Our hub-to-hub flights are grouped together in close proximity at each hub so there’s a single place to find flights to other hubs. Upon arrival at any IntraAir hub, a warp welcome message will tell you exactly what gate(s) flights to other hubs can be found at. At SEG, signs on the people mover identify where to go for hub-to-hub flights, and from any stop you can take a warp directly to gates B1 and B2, where all flights to other hubs are located. At WMI, directions to gate I10, where all flights to other hubs are located, are signposted throughout the C and D gates, and a shuttle bus runs from the D gates directly to gate I10. And at EBI, signs outside every gate point towards gate C10, where all flights to other hubs are located. This way, if your journey requires transferring between two IntraAir hubs, we can get you in one hub and out to the next hub as fast as possible.
And getting to our hubs is easy, as our posted signs in every airport and warp signs on the planes themselves clearly identify our hub routes in bright green.
These navigability and accessibility features in our hubs are designed to make IntraAir the best hub-and-spoke airline on the MRT, connecting you through our hubs and on to your final destination faster and easier than any other major airline.
But we aren’t just a robust hub-and-spoke airline. IntraAir also flies hundreds of point-to-point flights between our non-hub airports. Of the three flight capacity we have at each of our airport gates, most of the capacity that isn’t used by flights to our hubs is used for flights to other destinations. For the most part, point-to-point service connects New World cities to other New World cities, and Old World cities to other Old World cities, but there are some interworld point-to-point flights as well. Some non-hub airports have a large number of point-to-point IntraAir flights, and effectively function as focus cities, through IntraAir doesn’t officially designate focus cities.
The problem with a point-to-point network is that routes aren’t intuitive, so without looking up our flight listings beforehand, having prior knowledge, or using a service like MRT RapidRoute, it’s difficult to know how to get where you want to go. But that’s why our point-to-point network is only an addon to our hub-and-spoke network. You can completely bypass it and connect to anywhere you need to go through our hubs. So if, for instance, you need to get from Espil EEA to BirchView BVL, you can simply take a hub flight to either SEG or EBI and find the gate that says “BVL” on it. But a frequent flier between the two cities may be interested to know that IntraAir operates a direct flight between Espil and BirchView.
Please note that this flight network design is specific to our mainline operations. Subsidiaries such as Segville Air, Waypoint, and IntraAir Heli Lines have their own networks and their own hubs, and our assurance that you can reach any of our destinations from a hub applies to airports with mainline IntraAir service, and may not apply to some airports that are exclusively served by subsidiary airlines.
All IntraAir flights, including on subsidiaries, are listed here on the wiki, and we also have a comprehensive directory of gate listings at every airport served by IntraAir and its subsidiaries.
IntraAir operates four hubs: three on the New World and one on the Old World. Every New Word hub is located in a Premier city.
Segville International Airport (SEG)
Segville International Airport, or SEG, is IntraAir’s main and biggest hub. Originally served by a single IntraAir flight, SEG became an IntraAir hub after IntraAir acquired Segville Air, and became its main hub after the 2021 flight network redesign. Located on the west side of Segville, SEG includes two main terminals for medium and large planes (the A and B terminals), both of which connect south to the small gates concourses (C gates and beyond). All mainline IntraAir and Segville Air flights are located in the B and C gates, which IntraAir occupies exclusively. Waypoint’s flights at SEG, however, operate from the A and D gates.
SEG is IntraAir's primary hub for small planes, which all depart from the C gates, and its secondary hub for medium planes, which depart from the B gates. Three large plane flights also depart from Gate B1. The vast majority of New World airports IntraAir serves via small planes are reachable from SEG, and most that aren't can be reached from West Mesa International Airport (WMI) in Deadbush instead. IntraAir also flies to many of its medium plane destinations from Segville, but the main hub for medium planes is Elecna Bay International Airport (EBI). Other than the hub-to-hub flight to Western Ocean International Airport (WOI), IntraAir only operates one flight to the Old World from SEG: to MRT International Airport (MRI).
SEG is also the hub of our subsidiary Segville Air, which operates service to additional destinations from Segville on specially marked red and orange planes departing from the B and C gates. Waypoint operates service to Epsilon International Airport (EIA) in Airchester from the A gates. Waypoint also operates a few Waypoint Hopper flights from the D gates which will be discontinued in the future.
For connections to other hubs, flights 1 and 2 to West Mesa International Airport (WMI) in Deadbush and Elecna Bay International Airport (EBI) can be found at Gate B2, and flight 3 to Western Ocean International Airport (WOI) can be found at Gate B1, both on the northern end of the B terminal.
Segville International Airport has direct rail access via its own passenger rail terminal, which is a major express station on IntraRail. Stairs down to the rail terminal can be found in both the A and B terminals. Passengers can reach downtown Segville via the IntraRail or the Segville Metro Orange Line. Intercity rail service is available on IntraRail, BluRail, RaiLinQ, Fred Rail, Network South Central, and High Speed Rail Corporation. Local and intercity bus service is also available at street level outside the A terminal.
Deadbush - West Mesa International Airport (WMI)
West Mesa International Airport, or WMI, is IntraAir's second biggest New World hub. It became an IntraAir hub early in the airport's history, and operations were greatly expanded in 2021 due to IntraAir's flight network redesign and the acquisition of Deadbush Air Service. Located just east of downtown Deadbush, WMI includes four terminals for small planes (Terminals A through D) and a terminal for medium planes (Terminal I). All mainline IntraAir flights are located in the C, D, and I gates, while Waypoint has a flight to Epsilon International Airport (EIA) in Airchester in the B gates.
WMI is IntraAir's secondary hub for small planes, which all depart from the C and D gates. A majority of New World airports IntraAir serves via small planes are reachable from WMI, and most that aren't can be reached from Segville International Airport (SEG) instead. Other than the hub-to-hub flight to Western Ocean International Airport (WOI), IntraAir has no service to the Old World from WMI. IntraAir currently only has one medium plane at Gate I10 for service to hubs, but is in the process of acquiring 3 to 4 new medium plane gates in Terminal I to expand WMI into a tertiary medium planes hub.
For connections to other hubs, flights 1, 4, and 5 to Segville International Airport (SEG), Elecna Bay International Airport (EBI), and Western Ocean International Airport (WOI) can be found at Gate I10, in the northeastern portion of Terminal I. A shuttle bus connects Gate I10 to the D gates for easy connections to IntraAir's small planes.
West Mesa International Airport has direct rail access via its BluRail and NewRail FLR stations. NewRail FLR provides direct service to several other airports in Deadbush. IntraRail and MCR service are available west of the airport near the city center, with IntraRail and other rail service at Deadbush Centro and MCR service at Deadbush Blackwater. Local rail services including MoComm and MCR Light Deadbush can be found at Deadbush Centro as well. LeafTransit provides direct bus service to Deadbush Foxfoe Memorial Airport (DFM) across town, and a minecart shuttle line connects to a Prime Bus route providing local service to locations in Deadbush including Deadbush Valletta Desert Airport (VDA) as well as IKEAlink intercity bus service.
Elecna Bay International Airport (EBI)
Elecna Bay International Airport, or EBI, is IntraAir's third biggest New World hub. It's IntraAir's oldest New World hub, having first become a hub in 2015. Located in southeastern Elecna Bay, EBI includes a main entrance concourse (Concourse A) for medium planes, with all other concourses accessible from Concourse A. Concourses D and E, adjacent to Concourse A, serve small planes, whereas Concourses B and C are separate medium plane concourses connected to Concourse A by a minecart shuttle. A helicopter concourse is also connected to Concourse A via a passageway. All mainline IntraAir flights are located in Concourse C, which IntraAir occupies exclusively. Waypoint operates two Waypoint Hopper flights from Concourse D which are scheduled for future cancellation. Segville Air Heli Lines and Eastern Airways Heli Lines operate helicopter service from the helicopter concourse.
EBI is IntraAir's primary hub for medium planes, which all depart from the C gates. The majority of New World airports IntraAir serves via medium planes are reachable from EBI, and most that aren't can be reached from Segville International Airport (SEG). IntraAir also has three small gates in an outdoor section of Concourse C. Other than the hub-to-hub flight to Western Ocean International Airport (WOI), IntraAir only operates two flights to the Old World from SEG: to MRT International Airport (MRI) and Kitania Municipal Airport (KMA).
EBI is also the hub of Elecna Airlines, which IntraAir is a minority shareholder in. All Elecna Airlines flights depart from the B gates.
For connections to other hubs, flights 2, 4, and 6 to Segville International Airport (SEG), West Mesa International Airport (WMI)) in Deadbush, and Western Ocean International Airport (WOI) can be found at Gate C10, on the western end of Concourse C closest to the airport entrance.
Elecna Bay International Airport is served by intercity buses operated by BaseBus. Rail services is provided by BluRail and Fred Rail to downtown Elecna Bay and intercity destinations, as well as the Elecna Bay North rail station, where IntraRail and RaiLinQ are available.
In 2022, the EBTC developed plans to replace Elecna Bay International Airport with a new major international airport in the north of the city, which will result in EBI being either downscaled or completely demolished in the near to medium term future. IntraAir will, in the future, move its hub to the new airport and discontinue hub service at EBI.
Western Ocean International Airport (WOI)
Western Ocean International Airport, or WOI, is IntraAir's Old World hub. Originally built in late 2014, it is IntraAir's oldest surviving hub. Originally one of multiple Old World hubs, IntraAir consolidated its Old World network during the 2021 flight network redesign resulting in WOI becoming its sole Old World hub. Located in Arlington west of Spawn City, WOI includes a main entrance concourse (Concourse A) for medium and large planes, with shuttle services to the other concourses. Concourse B serves medium planes, Concourse C serves small planes, and Concourse H serves helicopters. IntraAir operates out of every concourse at WOI, and it is the only airport on the MRT that is served by every plane type used by mainline IntraAir.
WOI is IntraAir's only hub on the Old World, and every airport mainline IntraAir serves on the Old World has a direct flight to WOI. As Old World flights only fill less than half of WOI's capacity, WOI also operates several flights to the New World as well. All mainline IntraAir flights in Concourse A go to the New World on medium and large planes, while all medium plane flights to the Old World and a few to the New World depart from Concourse B. And all small planes to both the Old and New World depart from Concourse C, except for the flight to Autocity Antonio Airport (AAA) which departs from Concourse B.
WOI is also a hub for IntraAir Heli Lines, which exclusively occupies Concourse H, while GEMS Airline has a flight from Concourse A, and Waypoint CityLiner has a flight from Concourse B.
For connections to IntraAir's New World hubs, flight 3 to Segville International Airport (SEG) can be found at Gate A4, and flights 5 and 6 to West Mesa International Airport (WMI) in Deadbush and Elecna Bay International Airport (EBI) can be found at Gate A7, both located close to the airport entrance.
Western Ocean International Airport is served by the Mossack Fonseca Taxi Service to Spawn City, where bus and minecart rail connections are available at the Spawn City Bus Depot and Spawn City Transit Centre.
IntraAir owns several subsidiary airlines, many of them former independent airlines which were acquired by IntraAir, each of which serves a special purpose augmenting IntraAir's network. All flights operated by an IntraAir subsidiary carry two flight numbers: a subsidiary-specific flight number which is the official flight number of the flight, and a codeshare IntraAir flight number. For instance, Segville Air flight 1 is codeshared as IntraAir flight 901.
Segville Air is an IntraAir-owned airline which operates service from its hub at Segville International Airport, which is also the main hub of IntraAir. Originally founded by SimonScholar in 2016, it was sold to IntraAir in 2017 and has since operated as a subsidiary. It formerly operated helicopter flights as well under its Segville Air Heli Lines subsidiary, but in 2021 Segville Air Heli Lines was separated from Segville Air and is now a separate subsidiary of IntraAir.
Waypoint is IntraAir's biggest subsidiary, and one of the servers major airlines in its own rite. Formerly known as Eastern Airways until 2018, Waypoint is one of the server's oldest airlines, with a hub-and-spoke network based out of Epsilon International Airport and MineCity Airport. In 2021, Waypoint was acquired by IntraAir, and continues to operate as a subsidiary. Waypoint flies under three brands: the main Waypoint brand for flights from Epsilon International Airport, Waypoint CityLiner for Old World service from MineCity Airport, and Waypoint Hopper for point-to-point flights. In 2022, IntraAir announced the Waypoint Hopper brand will soon be retired and its flights will be operated by mainline IntraAir.
GEMS Airline is a small airline based in Zicronia on the Old World which has been owned by IntraAir since 2015. Originally founded in late 2014 by Music's Gems founder Music3_0 and based out of its hub at Zicronia Anaconda Regional Airport, GEMS Airline was acquired by IntraAir after Music was banned in March 2015. It operates to this day as an IntraAir subsidiary.
SkyWest Airlines is a small airline owned by IntraAir and based in Whitechapel, which operates a single flight between Whitechapel Sky Harbor and MRT International Airport. Previously owned by _frozen's Nordic company, it was acquired by Waypoint in 2018, which cancelled all but one of its flights and replaced most of its planes with Waypoint planes. In 2021, IntraAir acquired Waypoint and separated SkyWest Airlines into a separate subsidiary of IntraAir.
IntraAir Heli Lines
IntraAir Heli Lines is IntraAir's main helicopter airline. Founded in 2016 to serve Senator cities before Senator airfields were allowed, it operates a modest route network based primarily from Western Ocean International Airport, Arisa Heliport, and Nippia-Liten Metropolitan Airport.
Segville Air Heli Lines
Segville Air Heli Lines is an IntraAir-owned helicopter airline based out of Segville Heliport. Founded in 2016 as part of Segville Air, it became its own separate subsidiary of IntraAir in 2021.
Heampstead Charter is an IntraAir-owned helicopter airline based out of Heampstead Heliport, founded in 2017 as part of Heampstead Air. In 2019, Heampstead Air was acquired by IntraAir, and in 2021 IntraAir separated Heampstead Charter into its own subsidiary, before Heampstead Air ceased operations.
Eastern Airways Heli Lines
Eastern Airways Heli Lines is an IntraAir-owned helicopter airline, originally founded in October 2016 as a joint venture between Eastern Airways and CaptainChimpy. In 2018, as part of its rebrand to Waypoint, Eastern Airways sold off its share of Eastern Airways Heli Lines to CaptainChimpy, and it became part of SkyTrans. In 2020, Eastern Airways Heli Lines was acquired by IntraAir.
IntraAir Poseidon is IntraAir's seaplane service. Founded in 2016 with a single Old World flight, it remained dormant until 2019, when it opened one more flight on the New World. In 2021, IntraAir revived its seaplane service once more with a hub at Zaquar Ménage et Trois Regional Airport.
Elecna Airlines (49% owned)
Elecna Airlines is an airline based out of Elecna Bay International Airport, which IntraAir owns a minority share in. Elecna Airlines was created in 2018 when Eastern Airways rebranded to Waypoint and spun off its Elecna Bay hub operations into a separate airline run by former Eastern Airways co-CEO mine_man_, who left the airline when it rebranded to Waypoint. For a time in 2018, Waypoint and Elecna Airlines were both 49% owned by Cascadia Air Group Limited. Later in 2019, Cascadia Air Group divested its share in Waypoint. In 2020, Cascadia Air Group's share in Elecna Airlines was sold back to Waypoint. In 2021, Waypoint was acquired by IntraAir, and its 49% share in Elecna Airlines was transferred to direct ownership by IntraAir itself. Elecna Airlines is 51% owned by the Elecna Bay Transit Commission, which manages its operations. IntraAir does not play an active role in the operation or maintenance of the airline.
Accidents & Incidents
IntraAir Flight 2 Test Flight Crash
In late 2014, a test flight flying on the future route of IntraAir flight 2 flew into stormy weather and crashed west of Eisitasi. There were two pilots on board who both survived with injuries. The aircraft was an IntraJet NG Mini 2.0 in the OneMRT Alliance livery.
IntraAir Flight 12 Crash
In February 2015, IntraAir flight 12, operating as an IntraAir Boutique flight from Western Ocean International Airport, crashed on approach to Zaquar Ménage et Trois Regional Airport. The plane crashed south of the runway, killing some of the passengers and crew. The aircraft was an IntraJet NG Mini 2.0 in the IntraAir Boutique livery, which was being used in substitute that day for the IntraJet NG Jumbo 2.0 that normally operates on the route. Flight number 12 was retired and service between Western Ocean International and Zaquar was relabeled as flight 33.
IntraAir Flight 42 Crash
On September 18th, 2016, IntraAir flight 42, an IntraJet NG Mini 2.0 from Western Ocean International Airport suffered a right engine failure due to a drone strike on final approach to Whitechapel Sky Harbor. The plane's landing gear failed and was forced to make a belly flop landing at Whitechapel. All passengers survived with injuries.
IntraAir Flight 41 Crash
On October 12th, 2016, IntraAir flight 41, an IntraJet NG Oak, which had taken off from Achowalogen Takachsin-Covina International Airport bound for MRT Regional Airport, suffered from a navigational and radio failure, leading the aircraft to head off course east from ATC. In the attempt to turn the aircraft back in the direction of ATC, the pilots mysteriously lost all flight control. The plane crashed in Wampanoag, impacting the side of an elevated highway and taking out an elevated subway line and creating a large burst of flames. There were no survivors on board the flight.
Kitania Civil War
Throughout the Kitania Civil War, the Free State of Kitania, a proto-state resulting from an insurgency against the government of the City-State of Kitania, has targeted IntraAir flights with foul play three times, resulting in the seizure of one aircraft, damage to another, and complete destruction of a third aircraft.
IntraAir Flight 46 Hijacking
On October 6th, 2017, IntraAir flight 46, an IntraJet NG Mini 2.0 en route from Hummingbird Islands Regional Airport to Elecna Bay International Airport, was hijacked by an agent of the Free State of Kitania, during the ongoing coup in Zaquar which marked the beginning of the Kitania Civil War. The plane, of which Hummingbird Islands mayor and Vice President of the City-State of Kitania MinecraftYoshi26 was on board, landed in Zaquar, and all passengers and crew were taken hostage by rebel troops, only to be rescued in December in a covert operation by the Kitania Intelligence Agency. The aircraft remained at the airport under the control of the Free State of Kitania until Kitanian forces liberated Zaquar in July 2019, after which the aircraft, now an out of date model, was moved to the nearby BART aircraft carrier where it has been stored since.
IntraAir Flight 2 Explosion
On August 15, 2018. IntraAir flight 2, an IntraJet 3G Mini 3.0 en route from Elecna Bay International Airport to Kitania Municipal Airport, was hit shortly after takeoff by anti-aircraft fire while flying over Free Kitania-held Zaquar. The left engine was struck, causing an explosion and setting fire to the wing, but the aircraft was not destroyed, and was able to return to Elecna Bay International Airport where it made an emergency landing. There were some injuries reported on board the flight. The Free State of Kitania was responsible for attempting to shoot down the aircraft. The incident was the second time an IntraAir flight fell victim to foul play by the Free State of Kitania, following the hijacking of IntraAir flight 46, and the first incident of any kind to occur with an aircraft in the IntraJet Third Generation series.
IntraAir Flight 66 Destruction
On the night of September 16th, 2018, IntraAir flight 66, an IntraJet 3G Maxi 2.0 taking off from Achowalogen Takachsin-Covina International Airport en route to Western Ocean International Airport, collided head on with BART Airlines flight 43, a hijacked BARTbus A380 which targeted flight 66 as part of a terrorist attack orchestrated by the Free State of Kitania and its ally Covina. Flight 66 has previously been held at the terminal, as Kitanian authorities relayed information that an attack on the flight was imminent, but after the Kitania Intelligence Agency cleared the plane and found no threat among any of the passengers or cargo, the flight was cleared for takeoff. BART Airlines flight 43 had taken off from ATC en route to Segville International minutes before IntraAir flight 66 took off. The collision between the two planes caused a massive explosion resulting in the destruction of both aircraft and killing everyone on board both planes. The incident was the third time an IntraAir flight was targeted by the Free State of Kitania during the Kitania Civil War, and the third time an IntraAir flight crashed resulting in fatalities.
IntraAir Flight 518 Crash
On August 22, 2022, IntraAir flight 518, an IntraJet 4G Mini 4.0 en route from Sunshine Coast Máspalmas International Airport to Chan Bay International Airport suffered a dual engine failure while passing south of Cactus River. With no suitable airports in the area, the captain was forced to glide the plane into a water landing in the southwestern Equinox Ocean. The plane impacted the water south of Dand and remained intact. Two passengers died from drowning during the evacuation; all other passengers and crew safely evacuated and were rescued. The accident was IntraAir's first incident since 2018, its first incident not related to the Kitania Civil War since 2016, its first incident involving a Fourth Generation IntraJet, and its fourth incident resulting in fatalities.