Mojangsburg-Pretoria Capital Airport

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Mojangsburg-Pretoria Capital Airport
Airport typeCivilian
OperatorBahian Airports Authority
LocationSouth Mojangsburg
Hub forFlyBahia
BuiltFebruary 25, 2019 (Originally)
May 10, 2020 (Pasted)
In useMay 18, 2020
Direction Length Surface
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Statistics (May 2020)

Mojangsburg-Pretoria Capital Airport (MPI) is the second largest airport in Bahia and serves the Gauteng-Capital metropolitan region, and is the primary airport for the Capital District, and as such is fairly important politically. Terminal C was made by time2makemymove with help from camelfantasy, and frogggggg made Terminal A/B and underground system, but most of the interior and underground system was edited by time2makemymove quite significantly.


Originally, Capital Airport was built instead to be Titsensaki's main airport (named Titsensaki Sealerwhale at the time), and was designed, built, and completed in February 2019 on a private server by time2makemymove, frogggggg, and camelfantasy - frogggggg building the original main terminal, time2makemymove overhauling the main terminal's design and building the satellite concourses C and D, and camelfantasy overseeing and building the original runway. However, it turned out that the airport was much larger than the space allotted by staff to Titsensaki, so the airport's opening was put off indefinitely until Titsensaki garnered enough space to fit the airport.

This never happened, and in May 2020, frogggggg returned the rights to resell the airport to time2makemymove. Echohue, as he was looking for an airport design at the time to fill the newly governor Mojangsburg and neighboring capital city Pretoria's airport slot, purchased the build on behalf of Bahia, and on May 10, 2020, the airport was finally pasted to the MRT server after over a year in limbo.

On May 18, 2020, Echohue finished the post-paste preparations for the airport (roadways, parking, gate numbers, signage updates, terraforming, etc), and the airport was officially opened to the public.


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Gate A3 Ray Airlines Small Inactive
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Gate A7 MRTHS Air Carnoustie International Airport
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Gate C1 Berryessa Airlines Medium Inactive
Gate C2 Berryessa Airlines Medium Inactive
Gate C3 BluAir Chan Bay International Airport Medium Active
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Gate C5 Waypoint Murrville-Arcadia International
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Gate C13 National Airlines Murrville-Arcadia International Small Active