Airports in Mikenstein

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Airports in Mikenstein

Post by Michael » October 10th 2016, 7:26 pm

Airports in Mikenstein
The three main airports are: Glambeck International, Salzburg and Innsbruck. The latter two can only accommodate short-haul aircraft, but Glambeck is suited to the A380. ;)
Please see the Mikenstein Wiki page for information on the three cities.

AlpAir
AlpAir is the national airline of Mikenstein and currently serves the destinations on the map. If you wish to AlpAir to fly to another destination, apart from those currently on the map, please fill out the form below.

Flying Into Mikenstein
If you wish to fly into Mikenstein, please also fill out the form below.

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https://goo.gl/forms/pLMLEjRDisT3E1rB3

Many thanks in participating in this expansion of Mikenstein's Airports and AlpAir.
Once replies are received, wiki pages will be created for the airports.
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Post by Michael » October 3rd 2017, 7:11 pm

AlpAir has ordered 11 Airbus A350XWB. 3 of these will replace ageing Airbus A340-300 on existing routes, but AlpAir is looking for 5 new exciting Alliance destinations to fly to from Zürich. The current list of destinations is here.
These aircraft have a maximum range of 15000km, and AlpAir would prefer to fly direct, so please take this into consideration.

If you feel you have a city to offer to Mikenstein tourists and businesspeople, please fill out the form below:

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City (Population):
Airport:
What can your city offer to our tourists:
What can your city offer to our business persons:


Thank you, and looking forward to the bids!
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Post by Gregor » October 3rd 2017, 7:20 pm

Nation: Oka
City (Population): Renagawa ( 7,698,255)
Airport: http://aoin.eu/wiki/index.php?title=Ren ... al_Airport
What can your city offer to our tourists: A bustling city with a own culture and a city often referred to a "Oka's kitchen"
What can your city offer to our business persons: Oka's technology and science capital

Nation: Oka
City (Population): Oka City ( 18,475,831)
Airport: http://aoin.eu/wiki/index.php?title=Oka ... al_Airport
What can your city offer to our tourists: An intense urban life, nightlife, and an hour away from the ea, the foret, and South Oka's stunning jungles
What can your city offer to our business persons: Oka's trade and business hub
_____________ Image Oka City AIN Cultural Capital 2018
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Post by Jost Van Kortag » October 3rd 2017, 8:19 pm

Nation: Acadia
City (Population): Grandhaven (316’701 ab)
Airport: Grandhaven Stanfield International Airport
What can your city offer to our tourists: Grandhaven is the most cosmopolite and most dynamic city of Acadia, with its Liberty buildings, its theaters and museums, its stunning Neo-gothic cathedral and its daily connections with many characteristics hubs like Lunenburg and Grand-Pré (both AINESCO World Heritage Sites). Grandhaven is also the home to many of the region's major cultural attractions, such as Grandhaven Pop Explosion, Symphony Nova Scotia, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, The Khyber, the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and the Neptune Theatre.
The nightlife is made up of bars and small music venues as well as Casino Nova Scotia, a large facility built partially over the water.
Cruise ships visit the province frequently. In 2015, the Port of Grandhaven welcomed 141 vessel calls with 222,309 passengers.
What can your city offer to our business persons: The urban area of Grandhaven is the major economic centre in Acadia with a large concentration of government services and private sector companies, and it serves as the biggest business, banking, government and cultural centre for the whole country. The largest employment sectors in the city include trade, health care and social assistance, professional services, education, and public administration.
The municipality has a growing concentration of manufacturing industries and is becoming a major multi-modal transportation hub through growth at the port, the Grandhaven Stanfield International Airport, and improving rail and highway connections. Grandhaven is Acadia's top container port in terms of the volume of cargo handled, thanks to his free-trade harbor. A real estate boom in recent years has led to numerous new property developments, including the gentrification of some former working-class areas.

Nation: Acadia
City (Population): Moncton (215’667 ab)
Airport: Moncton Dieppe International Airport
What can your city offer to our tourists: Moncton is the "green heart" of Acadia; alongside with a pleasant Liberty and Neo-gothic downtown and his picturesque Dutch quarter (very romantic to see on a cruise in bateau on Petitcodiac river) it offers parks, zoos, botanic gardens, amusement parks and the largest urban nature park in Acadia, the Irishtown Nature Park. The main attraction however is the Magnetic Hill area.
What can your city offer to our business persons: Moncton is the second financial pole of Acadia after Grandhaven; it offers the largest university campus of the Kingdom, a sufficiently dynamic hub for startups if you need qualified workforce for microtechnology, pharmaceuticals and softwares development. It's also an important seat of many of the largest transport companies of Acadia and the best connected city, thanks to his central position. In 2007 FDi magazine named it the fifth most business friendly medium-sized city in North America.

Nation: Acadia
City (Population): Plaisance (103’686 ab)
Airport: Plaisance "Guglielmo Marconi" International Airport
What can your city offer to our tourists: Alongside with its very charming Torinese style downtown, its cafes and its chocolateries (chocolate boutiques and cafes), Plaisance offers many parks and museums.
Symbol of the city however is Signal Hill, a hill which overlooks the city. It is the location of Cabot Tower which was built in 1897 to commemorate the 400th anniversary of John Cabot's discovery of Terranova.
The first transatlantic wireless transmission was received here by Guglielmo Marconi on 12 December 1901.
Today, Signal Hill is a National Historic Site of Acadia and remains incredibly popular amongst tourists and locals alike; 97% of all tourists to Terranova visit Signal Hill.
Amongst its popular attractions are the Signal Hill Tattoo, showcasing the Royal Terranova Regiment of foot, c. 1795, and the North Head Trail which grants an impressive view of the Atlantic Ocean and the surrounding coast.
What can your city offer to our business persons: Plaisance economy is connected to both its role as the provincial capital of Terranova and to the ocean. The civil service which is supported by the federal, provincial and municipal governments has been the key to the expansion of the city's labour force and to the stability of its economy, which supports a sizable retail, service and business sector. The provincial government is the largest employer in the city, followed by Memorial University.
The city is also the centre of the oil and gas industry in Acadia and is one of 19 World Energy Cities.
The economy has been growing quickly in recent years: Economic forecasts suggest that the city will continue its strong economic growth in the coming years not only in the "oceanic" industries mentioned above, but also in tourism and new home construction as the population continues to grow.
Plaisance is also becoming known as an entrepreneurial city, especially in food industry: worldwide known are its chocolate, confectionery and sugar industries, mostly due to Piedmontese tradition brought by immigrants and settlers who came in Avalon peninsula in XIX century.
The city speaks both Italian and French, but also English is well known.
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