Infrastructure in Izaland

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This page is about the infrastructures of Izaland.

Gnome-edit-redo-bw.svg Main article: Izaland
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Infrastructure of Izaland
Roadways
Driving sideleft
Railways
• Passing sideleft
Gauge1453mm
• Electrificationcontact line (mostly)
Standard: 3000V DC
High Speed: 25kV AC
Mains electricity220V 60 hz
Telephone code+381
Internet TLD.iz, .co.iz

Railway system

The railway network of Izaland counts on:

  • 2.263,36 km of high speed rail
  • 16.418,29 km of standard speed rail (May 2023 measurement, not accurate, only Izarail infrastructure)
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Izaland was one of the first countries to introduce railways, as the first railroad, connecting Sainðaul with Kawayatsu, opened in 1845. Now the country counts on 16.418,29 km of railroads, including 2.263,36 km of high speed railways.

Overview

Rail transport in Izaland is provided by different companies, mainly being:

Izarail logo.png
  • Izarail: the main railway company, formerly a group controlled by the state, got privatized in 1998.

Today it operates most of the rail network in the country, including the high speed railway, with the subsidiary IZX (the thick line in the map on the right).

  • Several private companies, mostly controlling suburban lines in certain cities and subway networks
  • Izarail Kwabus, the national-wide freight operator (outside Kubori Island, foreigner freight railway operators are allowed to enter Izaland)
Main private railways

Gauge

Most of the railways in Izaland are built in standard gauge (1,435 mm), including the high speed railway, allowing thus interoperability with the former railways. Some local lines or subway lines have also different gauges, such as 1,067 mm or 1,544 mm. The usual distance between tracks is 5,5 m from the edges.

Electrification

Almost the 86% of all the railways in Izaland are electrified (overhead lines, 25000 V 50 Hz AC for high speed rail and 3000 V DC for local lines). Non electrified lines are mainly run by hybrid trains or battery trains. Since 2014 Izaland, in order to diminish CO2 emissions, started a massive program of withdrawal of diesel trainsets and locomotives.

Passenger Service

In Izaland everyday about 52,3 million users ride on different kind of trains, especially in the main urbanized areas. Basically in Izaland Railway services are divided into the following categories:

Caption text
Icon Service Hanji Izaki (romanised) Additional fee Notes
IZ SLicon.svg Local urban 都市圏普通列車 toshikwen futsōn-lyessha No Service available on urban and suburban networks, integrated with subways, trams, busses and other means of transportation - all stop
IZ SRicon.svg Rapid urban 都市圏普通列車 toshikwen kwaisoku-ryessha No Service available on urban and suburban networks, integrated with subways, trams, busses and other means of transportation - selected stops
IZ Licon.svg Local regional 地方普通列車 jibān futsōn-lyessha No Service available between minor cities, or originating from major cities linking with the smaller ones - all stop
IZ Ricon.svg Rapid regional 地方普通列車 jibān kwaisoku-ryessha No Service available between minor cities, or originating from major cities linking with the smaller ones - selected stops
IZ LEicon.svg Limited Express 特急列車 tukkyun-lyessha Yes Comfortable and fast service linking together the main cities, especially where a high speed infrastructure is not available. The average speeds are between 150 and 200 kph.
File:IZ IZXicon.svg IZX (high speed) 高速列車 kosoku-ryessha Yes Very fast service linking the major cities to the capital, running mostly on a dedicated high speed infrastructure. The average speeds are between 250 and 360 kph
File:IZ TTicon.svg Touristic trains 観光列車 kwankwān-lyessha Yes Leisure trains using specially built carriages or restored older ones, traveling on scenic railways or formerly closed tracks maintained just for touristic purposes.
File:IZ NTicon.svg Night Trains 夜行列車 yagyou-ryessha Yes Network of trains connecting cities far each others traveling by night.

History

Railways have played an important role in Izaland since their first diffusion in the 19th century, with the first line opened between Sainðaul and Kawayatsu in 1845.

Timeline
  • 1838 - Planning of the first national railway network
  • 1841 - Beginning of the construction works for a railway between Sainðaul and Nowodate (nowadays Shirukami)
  • 1845 - Opening of the first section to Kawayatsu
  • 1847 - Opening of the remaining section to Nowodate
  • 1848 - Opening of the Warohan Railway, between Warohan and Naeba, the first railway section on Kubori island
  • 1852 - Accident of Toryoshun, an explosion happened during the tunnel excavation works of the Subusai Line
  • 1903 - Opening of the Aigan Alps railway, and first international connection
  • 1913 - Start of the Shuto Tsōnkin Chesdo, the first commuter railway network in Izaland
  • 1933 - Opening of the first two lines of Sainðaul metro
  • 1975 - Opening of the first High Speed railway, from Niji-Sainðaul to Warohan
  • 1978 - Opening of the Sainðaul - Humabe Kukujai Resort Line (then called Shin-Keihuku Line) from Sainðaul to Isadashi
  • 1986 - Opening of the first railway tunnel between Sainðaul and Kubori island allowing direct services from Sainðaul to Warohan and other cities.

Train types

Suburban or intercity railway lines usually have different types of trains running on their tracks (列車種別, ryessha shubyes) with different stop patterns.

A train that stops at every station is called a local train (普通列車, futsōn-ryessha). Trains that stop at fewer stations and are therefore faster than local trains are classified as Rapid (快速列車, kwaisoku-ryessha), Express (急行列車, kyungyō-ryessha), Limited Express (特急列車, tukkyun-ryessha), etc. and may require surcharges depending on company policies.

Intercity trains, mainly operated by IR, are called City-linker Limited Express (都市連結特急列車, toshi-lyenkes tukkyun-ryessha, often shortened in 都急, tokyun) and run on traditional non-high speed railway (although they can reach 200 kph on certain upgraded lines).

High speed railway (IZX) has different train types, including direct, all stop and fast trains (see the article for further information).

Commuter networks

Izaland counts 11 cities with a population over 1 million inhabitants. In these and also less large cities, Izarail, altogether with locally administered subway networks and private railways, operates several commuter lines, using either existent railway tracks and newly built ones, to move million of commuters every day.

Capital suburban Network
The capital suburban network logo

The Capital suburban network (首都圏近郊𐐊𐐁ⵗ𐐛ᱺ𐐇𐐀ⵗ𐐠, shutokwen kinkwō nettwākk) serves the urban area of Sainðaul and the main cities and urbanization gravitating around it, such as Riimibaiken, Showanul, Osenude, Shakihori, Oitsura etcetera. It is composed by 19 lines.

  • ■ CO Chikaoi Line
  • ■ IS Ikasei Line
  • ■ SO Sabuonno Line
  • ■ MA Morikūn Line
  • ■ GS Igashaku Line
  • ■ LL Loop Line
  • ■ SI Sainniga Line
  • ■ AX Airport Express
  • ■ BS Ibashii Line
  • ■ SU Shirause Line
  • ■ KS Kawasabu Line
  • ■ KH Kawashaku Line
  • ■ RI Riimiilla Line
  • ■ JA Jisakūn Line
  • ■ HO Hashionno Line
  • ■ OI Onnoilla Line
  • ■ OJ Onnojukan Line
  • ■ AM Airport MegaExpress
  • ■ SM Shiimori Line
Warohan metropolitan network

The second city of Izaland, Warohan also boasts an extensive railway commuter network to link the city center with the many mid-sized cities located in the metro area, such as Eyenniyul, Yatatoshi, Katasogi, Muanake and more. Besides the Izarail lines and, of course, the metro, Warohan has also a mentionable extension of private railways.

Panaireki "Panairail" network

Panairail is the nickname of the railway corridor serving the third city of Izaland, Panaireki, especially stretching on a north-south direction from Nugamochi to Shin-Shikarana.

Kichatsura metropolitan network

Kichatsura suburban railway network opened in 1999, linking the city of Tomekiha to Nugamochi. Some services are integrated into the Panairail network.

High Speed Rail

IZX Network as of 2022

IZX (IZaland eXpress) is the commercial brand name for the high speed rail services in Izaland, operated by a subsidiary of Izarail, the main railway operator of the country. The high speed railway network mostly uses dedicated tracks (standard gauge) with some segments in common with pre-existing regional railway tracks to extend services to areas where dedicated lines is not (yet) available. The operating speed is usually between 220 to 320 kph on most of the alignment, with some segments allowing as fast as 360 kph speed.

The high speed railway of Izaland (IZX, IZaland eXpress) has the following routes as of 2020:

  • Ryānkai Line (Sainðaul - Asaji-Torimoshi - Enikezya - Nari-Odanuri - Todakuri-Tojirushi - Isadashi - Beikejo - Rinnajin - Aihasa - Humabe Kukujai Resort - Fukuoka - Kahenji-Nukkistama - Riyatoma - Kōsa-Hannan - Shin-Makkenoke - Chunnitai - Sannupuri)
  • Sainðaul - Nagareki Line (Sainðaul - Agasuriho-Ugutsumasa - Kawayatsu - Shin-Abiro-Kungōsan - Sahnajima-Juwon - Shirukami - Arasano - Reilusahna - Shiki-Kwōpas - Nagareki)
  • Sainðaul - Warohan Saikai Line (Sainðaul - Sainðaul Niji - Sainðaul International Airport - La Piana Matu / (Accesso a La Piana) - Hashimakori-Juwon - Wodoriha IR - Shin-Eriraul - Nappawa - Otsumi-Komishinan - Kamahoraya - Shin-Kichatsura - Nugamochi - Panaireki - Hyomonan Resort - Shin-Imihatsorul - Naeba - Eyenniyul-Juwon - Warohan) - 570,46 km
  • Sainðaul - Warohan Naeryuku Shiki-Tanshuku Line (Sainðaul - Sainðaul Niji - Sainðaul International Airport - Pyanuza - Nagayamatsu - Totsushei - Keishunneul - Otsumi-Komishinan - Kamahoraya - Shin-Kichatsura - Nugamochi - Panaireki - Hyomonan Resort - Shin-Imihatsorul - Naeba - Eyenniyul-Juwon - Warohan)
  • Sainðaul - Warohan Naeryuku Otsumi-Tanshuku Line (Sakamuso - Showanul - Katayoshi - Chopatsu - Kohtosōre - Shin-Kichatsura - Nugamochi - Panaireki - Hyomonan Resort - Shin-Imihatsorul - Naeba - Eyenniyul-Juwon - Warohan)
  • Warohan - Daishin Nankai Line (Warohan - Satsokoibo - Shin-Nuskajui - Daishin) - 115,6 km

Urban mass transit

Due to the high density of population, Izaland has many cities with a population over 1 million inhabitants. Besides suburban railway networks, different cities have subway and other mass transit system such as monorails or trams.

The cities with a subway system are:

  • Sainðaul
  • Warohan
  • Panaireki
  • Riimibaiken (part of the Capital metropolitan subway)
  • Daishin
  • Kichatsura
  • Eyenniyul
  • Komishinan (light metro)
  • Fukuyau (monorail)
  • Onnojaris
  • Sabullan (part of the Capital metropolitan subway)
  • Pewanari
  • Enikezya (part of the Capital metropolitan subway)
  • Shakihori (part of the Capital metropolitan subway)
  • Sahnajima
  • Isadashi
  • Kanlisahna
  • Illashiya
  • Honutsaki (light metro)
  • Nugamochi

Subways

The follow cities have a subway network

City Number of lines Lenght of the system
Sainðaul (greater area) 18 606,3 km
Warohan 151,46 km
Panaireki 137,95 km
Kichatsura 87,06 km
Sannupuri 93,46 km
Daishin 84,38 km

Road system

Izaland has a network of [tba] kms of highways connecting the major cities, numbered with the system "E-n", where n is a number. The main route of the network is the E1 (Keishin) highway, connecting the capital and Warohan calling at all the major cities of the western coast. This is not the fastest way to travel between the two cities, but indeed it is the busiest segment, as along its length lives nearly the 70% of the whole country population.

Due to the geological and geographic characteristic of the country, Izaki highways make an extensive use of tunnels and bridges, and this justifies the not too cheap toll price. For this reason, most of the traffic is freight or mass transportation.

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List of expressways
Code Road name Izaki (reading) Type Start End Length Note Route map
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Keishin Expressway 京深高速國道 Keishin kosoku kukudō Toll road Tsuruna JCT (Riimibaiken) Otsumi-Kobohama JCT (Warohan) 566,67 km The most heavily used motorroad in Izaland, linking the capital, Sainðaul with the second city, Warohan. Despite being the shortest route between the two cities, it crosses the entire western coast of Kubori island, touching all the major cities and production sites. See route
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Karuhama Expressway 松島高速國道 Karuhama kosoku kukudō Toll road Otsumi-Bibawara JCT (Shakihori) Shirukami Atagamori 124,96 km The first trunk connecting the capital with the north of the country. Runs along the eastern coast of the Tandan Strait until Shirukami. See route
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Ryānkai Expressway 両海高速國道 Ryānkai kosoku kukudō Toll road Shirukami Atagamori Sannupuri 517,27 km The longest section of the E2 expressway, reaching Sannupuri, the major port facing the Gulf of Volta. For this reason, the name "Ryānkai" (lit. "both the seas") was chosen. See route
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Keikon Expressway 京根高速國道 Keikon kosoku kukudō Toll road Niji-Osenude JCT Kenjansari IC 78,23 km An expressway linking the Eastern part of the capital with Pewanari, along the southern coast of the continental side of the country. For the last 11 km it runs within the Kanagaul peninsula. See route
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Dōnkaidō Expressway 東海道高速國道 Dōnkaidō kosoku kukudō Toll road Jisahara JCT Mikasa IC 272,72 km Running along the eastern side of Kubori island, connecting the capital with Kanlisahna and further. An extension from Mikasa IC to Nutsuno is being carried out in phases. See route
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Hwasai Expressway 華斉高速國道 Hwasai kosoku kukudō Toll road Upajiya IC Shiki-Fudoasamo IC 545,17 km Connects the capital, Sainðaul, with Fudoasamo, the major city closest to the Izaland - Saikyel border. The motorroad is currently being extended to Saykiel. See route
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Shinjin Expressway 深神高速國道 Shinjin kosoku kukudō Toll road Ettoma Ekanute JCT Jinneisoke Juwon IC 164,5 km Connects Warohan to Jinneisoke via Daishin, the main road on the southern part of Kubori Island See route
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TBD Expressway 未定高速國道 TBD kosoku kukudō Toll road Hayatogaru JCT Anasuni JCT 48,42 km Links the eastern suburbs of the capital with Anasuni, running parallel to the E5. See route
Nyakudai Expressway 若大高速國道 Nyakudai kosoku kukudō Toll road Otsumi-Gindō JCT Daishin Airport IC 165,97 km Connects Panaireki with Daishin passing by Matsukasai in center-southern Kubori Island See route
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Kisō Expressway 亀総高速國道 Kisō kosoku kukudō Toll road Satahappi JCT Koruede-Homosui Ic 189,07 km Links the western part of the capital with Kichatsura passing by Wesedaku See route
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Sahasamo Expressway 佐羽山高速國道 Sahasamo kosoku kukudō Toll road Ōdakaida-Ranku IC TBD 165,44 km Runs west-east in Sahasamo Prefecture See route
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Kyōsō Exp'wy 鮫総高速道路 Kyōsō kosoku kukudō Toll road Marewani IC Raikasu IC 96,75 km Links Onnojaris with Raikasu See route
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Kōsu Exp'wy 孝須高速國道 Kōsu kosoku kukudō Toll road Kōsa IC Sukasan Shiki IC 90,96 km Links Sukasan with the Makkeriya suburban area via Kōsa City. See route
Juntsoi Exp'way 隼晀高速國道 Juntsoi kosoku kukudō Toll road Shirakusa-Majubuni IC Odetto JCT 105,42 km Connects coastal Shōlyon prefecture with Matsukasai urban area. See route
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Tahakomi Expressway Tahakomi kosoku kukudō Toll road Tahafuga IC Otsumi-Komishinan 101,82 km Links Tahafuga (Komokata) with Komishinan (Midōhinnan) See route
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Hwabu Expressway 華布高速國道 Hwabu kosoku kukudō Toll road Senshun JCT Otsumi-Ritsuda JCT 175,89 km Runs between Senshun, near Yamagata, the border with Blönland near Yamatsuka. See route
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Hukuyes Expressway 北越高速國道 Hukuyes kosoku kukudō Toll road Aikas JCT Otsumi-Ritsuda JCT 109,64 km Runs between Kasaki and Yenkaido Prefecture See route
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Yenkaido Dōnjai Expressway 遠海土東西高速國道 Yenkaido Dōnjai kosoku kukudō Toll road Pekonai JCT Aikas JCT 141,63 km The main road passing through north-western Yenkaido prefecture, mainly linking Sannupuri with the innerland. See route
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Oisabu Expressway 粕𖬖𖬇𖬰𐐢高速國道 Oisabu kosoku kukudō Toll road Oitsura Nari IC Sabullan Yekujen IC 13,37 km Connects the cities of Sabullan and Oitsura in the south-east of the Greater Sainðaul. See route

Urban highways

The largest cities have urban sections of highways, such as the capital highway in Sainðaul (首都高速道路, shuto kōsoku dōro). There are also some segments which are freeways. Between the continental side and the island side of the country, there are 4 highway links, with one freeway and three paid highways.

Aviation

The main international airport of the country is Sainðaul Asunahama International Airport, hub for Izaland Airlines and Uletha Eastern Airways, the two main air carriers of Izaland. Low cost carriers include IzaFly, subsidiary of Izaland Airlines, Northern Sea Airways, based in Sannupuri and Suupoots (Nuen) and focusing on Northern Uletha, and Mike Wings, operating mainly charters and leisure flights in Eastern Ulethia. The following (obsolete and in update) list contains the main information about the currently used airports in Izaland.

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Civilian use airport

Major International

Name City WAAT ANACA Remarks Pax/year
Sainðaul Asunahama International Airport Sainðaul SUL DZSL The main international gateway to Izaland, hub for Izaland Airlines and Uletha East Airways, as well as a selected number of low cost carriers. One of the main hubs in Eastenr Uletha, especially for passengers transiting between Uletha or Orano to Archanta. 81,227,227 (2021)
Warohan Takarun International Airport Warohan WRN DZWH The most busy airport after Sainðaul Asunahama, offers a convenient access to Izaland's second city. Also works as a secondary international hub for the two main Izaki carriers. 28,227,229 (2021)
Sannupuri International Airport Sannupuri SNP DZSP Serving the northern port city of Sannupuri, focuses on flights to north-eastern Uletha. 21,223,219
Makkeriya International Airport Makkenoke / Riyatoma MRY DZMR This airport allows passenger of the highly populated area of Makkenoke and Riyatoma to access to a number of regional flights within about 5000 km of range. 17.228,229

Minor International

Name City WAAT ANACA
Fukuyau Nurihara Negari Sau International Airport Fukuyau FKY DZFY
Fuendaru International Airport Fuendaru FUE DZFD
Sagoma International Airport Sagoma SAG DZSO
Shirukami Hongō International Airport Shirukami SKM DZSK
Isadashi International Airport Isadashi ISA DZID
Illashiya Rikotān International Airport Illashiya ILL DZIS
Izaland North International Airport Gaintei GTN DZGT
Daishin Ennuntawi International Airport Daishin DAI DZEW
Kanlisahna International Airport Kanlisahna KLS DZKS
Kikknās International Airport Kikknās KKK DZKK
Oingos International Airport Oingos OGO DZOO
Ogamoton International Airport Ogamoton OGT DZOT

Domestic and regional airports

Name City WAAT ANACA
Saðuren Airport Saðuren SDR DZSR
Apashir Airport Apashir APX DZAS
Nukusavo - Arotsāi Airport Nukusavo NKV DZNS
Luminoe Airport Luminoe LUE DZLM
Yeron Airport Yeron YEO DZYE
Suritanma Airport Suritanma STY DZSA
Basotachi Airport Basotachi BTC DZBT
Nutsuno Airport Nutsuno NTS DZNS
Kiikori Airport Kiikori KKX DZKR
Togumua Airport Togumua TMA DZTM

Airlines

Izaland has two major airlines: Izaland Airlines (IZ), the flag carrier, and Uletha Eastern Airways (UE).

Izaland Airlines

A Izaland Airlines aircraft

Izaland Airlines (華邦航空株式会社, Izaki Kūkōn Jushiki-kwisha) is the flag carrier of Izaland, offering domestic and international flights to different destinations worldwide.

Timeline
  • 1954: Izaland Airlines is founded as a state company with the name of Izaland National Airline (華邦國営航空, Izaki Kukuyei Kūkōn)
  • 1956: beginning of international flights with routes to Kojo, Stancatt and Fortuna
  • 1957: expansion of the international routes, covering 13 nations
  • 1965: introduction of the Kais'aba frequent flyer program
  • 1972: first fatal accident during the flight IZ726, crashed near Daihanji
  • 1978: introduction of the First Class on selected flights
  • ...

Uletha Eastern Airways

A Uletha Eastern Airways aircraft

Uletha Eastern Airways (宇礼洲𖬮ᛁ⸠ᒢ𖬁⸠ᐢ航空株式会社, Urezhū īstān kevushiki-kwisha ) is the other main airline of Izaland, offering domestic and international flights to different destinations worldwide, focusing in Eastern Uletha (from here the name) and part of Archanta.

Destinations

Its international flights are operated from Sainðaul Asunahama International Airport, Sannupuri International Airport and Warohan Takarun International Airport with some international flights within Eastern Uletha from other minor airports. Domestic flights' hub is Sainðaul Kanui Airport .

Domestic
From Sainðaul Kanui Airport
City WAAT Airport Notes
Warohan WRH Warohan Takarun International Airport
Kanlisahna KLS Kanlisahna Makohei International Airport
Daishin DAI Daishin Ennuntawi International Airport
Sagoma SAG Sagoma International Airport
Atsujīl AJL Atsujīl International Airport
Ogamoton OGT Ogamoton International Airport
Fukuyau FKY Fukuyau International Airport
Sannupuri SNP Sannupuri International Airport
Apashir APX Apashir Airport
Kiikori KKX Kiikori Airport
Tohpatogu THP Tohpatogu Wenchogwon International Airport
Nutsuno NTS Nutsuno Airport
Oingos OIG Oingos International Airport
Sonzhin SZH Sonzhin International Airport
Togumua TMA Togumua Airport
From Warohan Takarun International Airport
City WAAT Airport Notes
Sainðaul SUL Sainðaul Asunahama International Airport 4 flights per day to allow international transits
KNU Sainðaul Kanui Airport Most of the flights
Kanlisahna KLS Kanlisahna Makohei International Airport
Gaintei GTN Izaland North International Airport
Isadashi ISA Isadashi International Airport
Sagoma SAG Sagoma International Airport
Atsujīl AJL Atsujīl International Airport
Ogamoton OGT Ogamoton International Airport
Fukuyau FKY Fukuyau International Airport
Eharau EHA Eharau Airport
Sannupuri SNP Sannupuri International Airport
Apashir APX Apashir Airport
From Sannupuri International Airport
City WAAT Airport Notes
Sainðaul SUL Sainðaul Asunahama International Airport 2 flights per day to allow international transits
KNU Sainðaul Kanui Airport Most of the flights
Warohan WRH Warohan Takarun International Airport
Daishin DAI Daishin Ennuntawi International Airport
Sagoma SAG Sagoma International Airport
Atsujīl AJL Atsujīl International Airport
Ogamoton OGT Ogamoton International Airport
Kichatsura KCT Kichatsura Airport
Kiikori KKX Kiikori Airport
Tohpatogu THP Tohpatogu Wenchogwon International Airport
International
From Asunahama International Airport
City WAAT Country Airport Airline(s) Notes
Gobras City GWP GobrassanyaFlag01.png Gobrassanya Gobras Worldport IZ, UE
Porto Real POR Flag with question mark.svg Florescenta Porto Real International Airport IZ
Osianopoli OSI Flag of Plevia.svg Plevia Osianopoli International Airport IZ, PV
Torre TRG Template:Ispelia Aeroporto di Torre Grovina IZ, UE
Fortuna FTN Template:Ispelia Aeroporto Intercontinentale di Fortuna-Starre IZ, UE
Säntjana SNT Karolia national flag.png Karolia Säntjana Anola-Fiorii
Bărădin BRD Flag of Antharia.svg Antharia Borodyn International Airport
Tarsinar DDA

Flag of Demirhan Empire.png Demirhanlı Devleti

International Airport of Sultan Selim
Latina LAT Latflag.png Latina Latina Airport
Xiongjing DGY Bai flag.png Bai Empire Beiduan International Airport IZ, UE, BA
Jincheng tbd Bai flag.png Bai Empire Jincheng Xijiu International Airport BA
Iola IOL MauretiaFlag-new.svg Mauretia Iola International Skyport
Hexagonia City HCB Flag of Tigeria.png Tigeria Hexagonia City International Airport
Winburgh WIN Ingerland-flag.png Ingerland Winburgh Sandell International Airport
Namgyeong tbd Pyeokchin tbd IZ, UE
Paekseok tbd Pyeokchin tbd UE
Newbel BBL Filo Islands Newbel International Airport UE
Pyingshum PSM Kojo flag ddtuga.png Kojo Pyingshum International Airport IZ, UE
Jaka JAK Kojo flag ddtuga.png Kojo Jaka International Airport IZ, UE
Finkyáse FIN Kojo flag ddtuga.png Kojo Foskiman International Airport IZ
Yoyomi YYM Kojo flag ddtuga.png Kojo Yoyomi-Rō International Airport UE
Viljanni PTR Viljanni flag.png Viljanni Viljanni International Airport
Mutstat tbd Reelant Mutstathafen International Airport UE
Freiburg tbd Remsfalen Franz Alexander International Airport UE
Stanton STI Flag of the FSA.svg Federal States Stanton International Airport IZ, UE, SA
Arecales ARC Flag of the FSA.svg Federal States Arecales Air Force Base IZ, UE
Wallawaukee WFF Flag of the FSA.svg Federal States Foley-Fillmore International Airport UE
Minneuka MKX Flag of the FSA.svg Federal States Minneuka International Airport UE
Lake City LCX Flag of the FSA.svg Federal States Lake City International Airport IZ, UE, SA
Burton BNA Flag of the FSA.svg Federal States New Atwick International Airport IZ
Navenna ??? Civil flag of Navenna.svg Navenna Navenna Xeƚo International Airport IZ Seasonal flights
Semanya RME Flag-se.png Semanya Renkesi International Airport UE, SM
Bakdep BKD Flag of Kuehong.png Kuehong Chiến Thắng International Airport IZ
Pyapyor PTR Flag of GZ.png Grinzez Pyapyor Teranej International Airport UE
Hithercèko HCO Flag of GZ.png Grinzez Hithercèko Goikam International Airport UE
Nautecove NTC Canterra Nautecove Munen Adomme International Airport IZ
Iscu ICS Iscu.png Iscu Escu Enternational Airport IZ
Bako Huz BAK FlagKofuku.jpg Kofuku Bako-Huz International Airport IZ, DS
Quentinsburgh QBX FreedemianFlag.png Freedemia Sean Bond International Airport UE
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Waterways

Izaland, with over 400 islands, is a heavily relies on water transportation as well. Although many islands close to the mainland coast are linked with bridges or undersea tunnels, many of the offshore islands, or the not so populated ones have a ferry system. These sea lines are generally covered by the national transportation transit system IZWay, a rechargeable smart card to pay for different means of transportation.

The longest sea route is a weekly ferry from Sainðaul to Ogamoton, via Kanlisahna, taking 18 hours. The ferry leaves Sainðaul port on Fridays, at 23:30, reaching Ogamoton port the following day at 17:30. In case of bad weather or not safe sea conditions, this ferry is often cancelled, however in 2018 finally Ogamoton airport opened.

Telecommunications

Izaland can count on one of the most advanced communication networks in the world. According to the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications, in 2019 about 97 million people used mobile phones to access the Internet, accounting for about 86% of individual Internet users.

Telephone

  • Telephones - main lines in use: 86,7 million (2009)
    • Telephone country code: +381
  • Telephone - cellular lines in use: 132,2 million (2014)
    • Cellular lines prefixes: 020-, 025-, 030-, 035-, 040-
    • Mobile operators: Izatel, Its'Izy, Rihtacom
    • 4G Coverage: 99,85%
    • 5G Coverage: 39,20%

Due to the high ownership of mobile phones, nowadays public telephones are getting rarer and rarer. Izatel, the main fixed line operator started removing most of them since 2015, leaving them only in limited locations. Some of them are preserved for cultural projects, such as guestbooks, art masterpieces and book sharing .

Internet

About 98,3 million people in Izaland (or 84.0 % of the population) use the Internet. The country has one of the world's fastest average internet connection speed (23,5 Mbps as of 2016), and Gigabit class connections are available in the major cities. Mobile lines 5G availability covers all the prefecture capitals (except for Fudoasamo, in Usmashaki Prefecture), and the 13,5 % of the country as of 2022.