We Are The MRT's Airline
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Eastern Airways Heli Lines
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IntraAir is a major MRT airline operating on both worlds of the MRT server. As one of the MRT'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.
- 1 Ground Service
- 2 In-Flight Service
- 3 Aircraft
- 4 Frequent Flier Services
- 5 SkyTransit Alliance
- 6 IntraAir Heli Lines
- 7 GEMS Airline
- 8 Hubs & Focus Cities
- 8.1 Hubs
- 8.2 Focus Cities
- 9 Flight List
- 10 Codeshare Flights
- 11 Accidents & Incidents
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.
If you are checking in for a codeshare flight operated by another airline, you can check in at the IntraAir check-in counter, if available, or with the operating airline. Passengers booked with another airline on a codeshare flight operated by IntraAir may also choose to check in at the IntraAir counter.
At The Gate
Each gate IntraAir operates out of is clearly marked with the flight number and destination, and is usually 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 card carriers, 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 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.
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 four classes of service aboard its flights: Economy Class, Business Class, Executive Class, and Emperor Class.
IntraAir Economy Class is the base class of service aboard IntraAir. Featuring comfortable seating, adequate legroom, seatback televisions, and complimentary food service in flight, Economy Class is the affordable way to fly IntraAir, available on all aircraft.
IntraAir Business Class caters to a more affluent base of passengers, offering a luxurious travel experience among the best in the airline industry, available on our medium size and larger aircraft. Business Class passengers are afforded relaxing, comfortable reclining seats, with comfortable legroom and a widescreen television. Each Business Class seat is a personal, semi-enclosed sofa offering a level of privacy and separation from other passengers, while still maintaining an open, relaxed feel. The sofa is wide enough on most aircraft to function as a bed, allowing passengers to get some rest during their flight. Business Class passengers are offered an array of gourmet meal choices from IntraAir's full course menu, which may be ordered a la carte at any time during the flight between takeoff and landing. IntraAir Business Class is the way to fly in style.
IntraAir Executive Class, available on select large size aircraft, is IntraAir's industry leading first class, and one of its most luxurious travel classes, featuring a completely enclosed three room suite. The first room in each Executive Class suite contains a cushioned, reclining chair, which can be easily converted into a bed, and a widescreen television screen. The second room is the living room, with a wide, comfortable sofa and large television screen. The third room is a personal restroom. Each Executive Class passenger is granted a personal attendant, who is responsible for the care of the passenger throughout the flight. Each passenger is offered the same array of gourmet meal choices from IntraAir's full course menu as Business Class, which may be ordered at any time and will be delivered to the passenger by his or her personal attendant. IntraAir Executive Class sets the bar for passengers flying in first class.
IntraAir Emperor Class is the pinnacle of first class service on IntraAir and in the airline industry, available on our largest aircraft. Emperor Class affords an award winning first class experience unmatched by any other airline on the MRT. On our largest, bilevel aircraft, the upper deck is an expansive, private penthouse in the sky for the Emperor Class passenger and any of his or her guests. When you fly with Emperor Class, the entire upper deck is yours alone, although Emperor Class passengers can bring up to five guests with them when they fly. Emperor Class passengers will first be greeted by their concierge who will check them into the Emperor Class deck. The deck includes a parlor, a private bedroom and bathroom, a natatorium, a bowling alley, and a restaurant. The Emperor Class parlor is a spacious living room with couches, tables, and a widescreen television, as well as a minibar fit with an array of beverage choices. Further back is the private bedroom, which is fit with a soft, blanketed, king sized mattress, as well as a couch and television. The bedroom includes a light which can be turned on or off depending on the preference of the passenger, and a door which locks from the inside. Connected to the bedroom is a private bathroom, fit with a toilet and sink, towels, as well as a shower and bathtub, allowing the passenger to wash up during his or her flight. The bathroom also includes a light which can be toggled on or off and a door which can be locked from the inside. Closer to the back of the cabin there is a natatorium, providing an expansive pool to take a swim in during the flight, fit with complimentary towels to dry off. At the back of the cabin is the bowling alley and restaurant. The bowling alley has three bowling lanes and some complimentary bowling balls. The restaurant is a full service restaurant with multiple tables and chairs, and a full course menu of gourmet food. The Emperor Class passenger and his or her guests can eat at the restaurant or order food from anywhere in the cabin during the flight, available at all times. Flying in Emperor Class is like being in an expansive penthouse suite in the sky, which is why IntraAir Emperor Class consistently wins the Eagle Award for Best First Class among the MRT's airlines.
Most IntraAir flights are equipped with lavatories, except for our smaller planes. The Economy and Business Class cabins are equipped with one or two lavatories each. Each Executive Class suite has its own restroom, as does Emperor Class. Our flight crews do their best to ensure our lavatories are a clean, pleasant experience.
IntraAir publishes its own in-flight magazine, Altitude, featuring lifestyle and entertainment pieces and getaway deals with IntraAir. Altitude magazines are available in your seatback pocket, in Executive Class suites, and in the Emperor Class parlor.
IntraJet 3G Tini 3.0
The IntraJet 3G Tini 3.0 is IntraAir's medium sized jet aircraft, and is one of IntraAir's more commonly used aircraft to airports with medium sized gate capacity. The aircraft seats 4 Business Class and 16 Economy Class passengers. Due to its limited amount of cabin space, there are no lavatories aboard this aircraft, and the Business Class configuration is more compact than on larger aircraft.
IntraJet 3G Mini 3.0
The IntraJet 3G Mini 3.0 is IntraAir's medium-large sized jet aircraft, and is another commonly used aircraft. The aircraft seats 7 Business Class and 26 Economy Class passengers, with a lavatory present at the back of both the Business Class and Economy Class cabins.
IntraJet 3G Jumbo 3.0
The IntraJet 3G Jumbo 3.0 is one of IntraAir's larger, long haul aircraft, used on select flights to airports with large gate capacities. The aircraft seats 2 Executive Class, 8 Business Class, and 43 Economy Class passengers. Two lavatories are located in the back of both the Business Class and Economy Class cabins, and Executive Class passengers have their own private restrooms within their suites.
IntraJet 3G Maxi 2.0
The IntraJet 3G Maxi 2.0 is IntraAir's largest aircraft, for use on select long haul flights to airports with very large gate capacities. The aircraft is unique in that it is a bilevel aircraft, with two full sized decks. The upper deck is entirely occupied by the Emperor Class cabin, which accommodates one paying passenger and up to five guests. All other classes are seated on the lower deck, which seats 4 Executive Class, 16 Business Class, and 78 Economy Class passengers. There are two lavatories in the back of both the Business Class and Economy Class cabins, in addition to the Executive Class and Emperor Class private restrooms.
IntraJet 3G TiniXS
The IntraJet 3G TiniXS is one of IntraAir's newer aircraft, and fills a unique designation as being between the size of a regional plane and a medium sized jet. The plane is used at airports with gate sizes allowing for greater capacity than a typical regional plane but less capacity than a typical medium sized jet. As this type of gate is a rare occurrence at airports, the TiniXS is a niche plane used on very few flights. The aircraft seats 8 Economy Class passengers, with no lavatories or in-flight service due to the small size of the aircraft.
IntraJet 3G Expi-16
The IntraJet 3G Expi-16 is IntraAir's primary regional jet, used mainly to fly to airfields and airports with limited gate capacity. The aircraft seats 3 Economy Class passengers, with no lavatories or in-flight service due to the small size of the aircraft.
IntraJet 3G Expi-14
The IntraJet 3G Expi-14 is IntraAir's secondary regional jet, used mainly on select flights to airfields and airports with limited gate capacity which is not large enough for the IntraJet 3G Expi-16. A very similar aircraft to the Expi-16, the Expi-14 is two blocks shorter and fits one less passenger. The aircraft seats 2 Economy Class passengers, with no lavatories or in-flight service due to the small size of the aircraft.
The RQ-P13.13 by AutoDesignZ is IntraAir's legacy regional aircraft, used on flights to airports with limited gate capacity, and is also the only mainline aircraft designed by a third party company, and the only non-jet aircraft used on mainline flights. The RQ-P13.13 previously served as IntraAir's primary regional aircraft, however, with the release of the IntraJet 3G Expi-16 and Expi-14, the RQ-P13.13 is being phased out to be replaced with these new planes. The aircraft continues to operate routes on which the IntraJet Expi series has not yet been rolled out. The aircraft features 3 Economy Class seats, and there are no lavatories or in-flight service due to the small size of the aircraft.
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. IntraPriority passengers with connecting flights may also be accommodated by the IntraPriority Escort Service, a car service which escorts passengers across the tarmac to their next plane, available at select airports.
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.
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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 Ilirea Airlines, you are granted IlireaElite status. You book your flight with Ilirea Airlines, which includes an Ilirea Airlines flight to Hummingbird Islands, and a seamless connection to an IntraAir flight to Elecna Bay. As an IlireaElite member, you check-in fast, board first, and have access to Ilirea Airlines' 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.
IntraAir Heli Lines
IntraAir Heli Lines further expands the IntraAir network with helicopter flights out of our hub at Western Ocean International Airport to Senator cities on the new world. This service connects these cities via helicopter to one of IntraAir's main hub, with connections to numerous destinations.
Main Article: GEMS Airline
GEMS Airline is an airline devoted to high class travel. Operating out of Zaquar and Zicronia, it was originally owned by Music Nation. Following the dissolution of Music Nation, GEMS became a wholly owned subsidiary of IntraAir. GEMS is also an affiliate member of SkyTransit Alliance.
Hubs & Focus Cities
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IntraAir seeks to develop the most efficient and interconnected network of flights, yet we also seek to fly to as many cities as possible on the MRT. For this reason, IntraAir operates a multi-centralized hub-and-spoke system, in which IntraAir's flights are based out of a group of large hub airports. These airports are airports in which IntraAir operates many flights to numerous secondary destinations, which facilitates connections between the flights operating to the hub. For this reason, passengers flying from one secondary destination to another must connect at a hub airport. For example, a passenger flying from Crystal City to Laclede would have to connect at Kitania Municipal Airport, or would have to connect at Western Ocean International Airport to fly from Crystal City to Whitechapel. In addition to hub airports, IntraAir operates some flight service out of focus city airports, which are not designated as hubs but act as a means of branching service out of hubs, with a flight from at least one hub airport and flights from the focus city to other airports.
The following are IntraAir's hub airports:
Kitania Municipal Airport (KMA)
Kitania Municipal Airport, owned by the Kitania Airport Authority, is the airport located within the city of Kitania on the old world. Unlike IntraAir's other hubs, there is no dedicated concourse for IntraAir, with IntraAir flights operating out of every concourse. There are three concourses, concourses A, B, and C. Concourse A is part of the main terminal building, and contains three medium-sized gates, A1 through A3, all of which are leased by IntraAir (gate A3 is operated by GEMS Airline). The A gates are the only gates in the airport which utilize jetways, as the terminal level is elevated above ground level. The A concourse also has a small IntraAir SkyOne lounge. The B concourse consists of two small remote stands, gates B1 and B2, of which IntraAir operates from gate B2. The two B gates are connected to the main terminal building by a shuttle. The C concourse, which utilizes its own runway, was constructed when the airport ran out of capacity for its original 5 gates. The concourse, located in its own building connected to the main terminal by a teleport booth (which may cause skin cancer), has 9 gates, including 7 medium-size gates and 2 small remote stands. Of these gates, labeled C1 through C9, IntraAir operates out of gates C1, C2, C4, C6, C8, and C9. From KMA, IntraAir operates 10 flights to 15 different destinations.
Western Ocean International Airport (WOI)
Western Ocean International Airport is the second IntraAir hub, and IntraAir's largest hub, located on the old world. The airport, constructed in the ocean west of Arlington, is jointly owned and operated by IntraAir and Caelus Airlines. Originally built as a hub airport for the OneMRT Alliance, the airport was rebuilt in August 2016, and includes three concourses, all of which are served by IntraAir. Concourse A includes the A gates, which includes all of the airport's large planes and a few medium sized planes. There are 13 gates in Concourse A, of which IntraAir occupies gates A1, A3, A4, A7, A11, and A12. Concourse B includes the B gates, including most of the airport's medium sized planes, and is connected to Concourse A via a shuttle bus. There are 15 gates in Concourse B, of which IntraAir occupies gates A6, A7, A8, A9, A10, A11, A12, A13, and A14. Concourse C, located outside next to Concourse B, includes the C gates, as well as the helipads, known as the H gates. There are 17 C gates, of which IntraAir controls C1, C2, C3, and C4, and 6 helipads, all of which are controlled by IntraAir under IntraAir Heli Lines. The airport has two lounges, located in Concourse A: the SkyOne lounge and the SkyOne Emperor lounge. The SkyOne lounge can be accessed by IntraPriority, SkyTransit Elite, and Executive Class passengers, while the SkyOne Emperor lounge can only be accessed by Emperor Class passengers. The airport is also unique in that it has a dedicated departures level for first class passengers on IntraAir and Caelus Airlines, with dedicated check-in and security facilities for Executive Class and Emperor Class passengers. After security, Executive Class passengers are led directly into the SkyOne lounge, while Emperor Class passengers are led into the exclusive SkyOne Emperor lounge. Western Ocean International Airport is IntraAir's largest and most important hub.
Elecna Bay International Airport (EBI)
Elecna Bay International Airport, which is owned by the government of Elecna Bay, is IntraAir's first new world hub. Currently, IntraAir occupies 10 gates in IntraAir's external concourse. IntraAir currently operates no lounge facilities, despite the airport being a hub, due to the impermanence of IntraAir's gate slots at the airport. More information regarding this airport will be added when IntraAir's concourse is built.
Achowalogen Takachsin-Covina International Airport (ATC)
Achowalogen Takachsin-Covina International Airport, owned by Bay Area Rapid Transit, or BART, is the largest airport on the new world, located next to the cities of Achowalogen Takachsin and Covina, Premier and Governor rank, respectively. The airport, usually referred to by its airport code ATC, is located in the former location of the city of Appleton, which was annexed by Covina, and its construction required the complete demolition of Appleton, the flattening of a large area of land, and the relocation of the MRT Plains Line to an underground tunnel at and around MRT station, which is now situated below the airport.
IntraAir flies out of four gates in the east concourse and three gates in the executive terminal, as well as one gate in its own exclusive terminal on the southwest side of the airport. The gates in the east concourse include two end gates which were specifically designed for IntraAir after the airport had been constructed in order to hold the IntraJet NG Oak aircraft, and IntraAir also leases two, standard sized gates next to the two end gates. IntraAir's three gates in the executive terminal include two small regional planes and one small-medium sized plane. This airport is also unique in that it had a dedicated terminal exclusively for use by the IntraJet NG Maxi, IntraAir's largest plane in passenger service, making ATC the only airport other than Western Ocean International Airport, where the plane flies, to support the IntraJet NG Maxi. IntraAir has a SkyOne lounge in the lower level of the eastern concourse.
Cyra Underwood Municipal Airport (CYR)
Cyra Underwood Municipal Airport, owned by IntraAir and its partner airline Eastern Airways, is an airport located in Cyra in the eastern old world. The airport is in the northeast of the city, and is unique in that it has two terminals with dedicated check-in and security checkpoints. Terminal 1 is shared by IntraAir and Eastern Airways, and has 20 gates, while Terminal 2 is used by Viaggio, which has 7 gates. IntraAir flies out of the 10 gate Concourse A, which it operates, although limited gate space is leased to South Weast Airlines and Caelus Airlines, which operate flights codeshared with IntraAir. At the end of the concourse, there is an IntraAir SkyOne lounge.
Zaquar Ménage et Trois Regional Airport
Zaquar Ménage et Trois Regional Airport, owned by the Kitania Airport Authority, is the airport for the city of Zaquar in the southern new world. The airport is located in the southern area of the city, and includes three concourses, of which IntraAir operates flights from all three. Concourse A has one mainline flight and two GEMS Airline flights, Concourse B has one mainline flight, and Concourse H has helicopter flights. This airport was formerly a focus city.
The following airports are considered focus cities by IntraAir:
MRT International Airport (MRI)
MRT International Airport is the most iconic airport on the MRT, and the largest on the old world. It is also one of the three legacy airports on the old world, which were built before the old world airport ban. The airport, located in the northeast along the northern world border, consists of a large terminal building with two concourses. IntraAir operates flights to its other focus city, Achowalogen Takachsin-Covina International Airport, in the A concourse, which holds the IntraJet NG Oak, while smaller planes operate out of the three IntraAir leased gates in the B concourse, one of which is operated by GEMS Airline. IntraAir also operates a large SkyOne lounge just past security in the A concourse, and a smaller one downstairs in the B concourse.
Zicronia Anaconda Regional Airport (ZIC)
Zicronia Anaconda Regional Airport, originally built by the also dissolved former government of Zicronia and transferred to the Kitania Airport Authority, is an airport located in the southeastern corner of the old world in Zicronia. The airport was originally the main hub of GEMS Airline (then an independent airline owned by Music Nation). Since the acquisition of GEMS Airline by IntraAir, GEMS still operates all of its flights out of Zicronia, which is listed as an IntraAir focus city. All flights out of the airport are operated by GEMS Airline, a subsidiary of IntraAir.
Llamapolis - Eristheeagle Memorial Municipal Airport (LLM)
Eristheeagle Memorial Municipal Airport in Llamapolis is an airport, owned by the Kitania Airport Authority, located in Llamapolis, a town located north of Arisa on the old world. The airport is a small, single concourse airport with six gates, four of which are operated by IntraAir.
Arisa Heliport (ARS)
Arisa Heliport is a heliport in Arisa owned by IntraAir and is an operating base for its subsidiary IntraAir Heli Lines. The heliport has five helipads, all used by IntraAir Heli Lines, and has an IntraAir SkyOne lounge. It is within viewing distance of Eristheeagle Memorial Municipal Airport in Llamapolis, another focus city for IntraAir.
IntraAir operates under codeshare agreements with certain airlines. Under these agreements, IntraAir may co-sponsor a flight operated by another airline, or vice versa. For codeshare flights operated by other airlines, IntraAir customers should remember the operator's flight number to find their flight. Passengers may check-in at the IntraAir desk, if available, or with the operating airline. For these flights, IntraAir is not directly responsible for maintenance of the route, and in-flight service is determined by the operating airline. Codeshare flights are listed in the flight list.
Passengers who book codeshare flights through IntraAir are eligible for IntraPriority miles and may seamlessly connect with mainline IntraAir flights.
Some IntraAir flights may also be codeshared with other airlines. These are also notated in the flight list.
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 remains under the control of the Free State of Kitania.
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.