Dunwic Flyhthæfen International
|Z14, 56.3964 °N, 19.9311 °E|
|Long distance train lines||Railweg Myrcia|
Dunwic Flyhthæfen International (Ingerish: Dunwic International Airport) (WAAT code- DUN, ANACA code- JDUN) is Myrcia's main international airport. It is the hub airport for Flyht Myrcia and acts as a regional hub for some airlines in the Geolliance code-sharing alliance. It is located around 5 miles (8km) north-west of Dunwic city centre. It opened as an airfield for flights to Englea in 1933 with the first international flights beginning in 1952.
The airport has one runway, Runway 16-34, which is 3000m long which allows the largest and most modern jets to use the airport.
The airport has one central terminal connected to two piers. Pier A, to the south, has 11 gates whilst Pier B, to the north, has 10. There are an additional four gates to the south of the terminal used by budget and domestic flights.
The airport's railway station, Dunwic Flyhthæfen International station, is located below the main terminal building. It is served by Railweg Myrcia services connecting it to Dunwic Mid station. There is also a bus terminal located within the Flyhthæfen Parc which is served by Bus Myrcia and Búsbæn services.
|AirRolano||Rolano-Las Arenas, Rolano-Tereo||2|
|JEV||Punto de Christopher||2|
|Litvanka Airlines||Loravia, Molburg-Ošina||2|
|Lyftfléogend||Erihents, Markvað, Nórdhumber, Odrava, Winburgh||2|
|Flyht Myrcia|| Ataraxia, Caerarthen, Delenter, Erihents, Gobras City, Hav, Herlenz, Keechi (suspended until further notice), Khaiwoon, Kolgóra, Lang Moen, La Pinta, Latina (Cidudad), Lynchester, Markvað, Molburg-Ošina, Nerschach, Nórdhumber, Odrava, Orlent, Pern, Port Emporia, Porto Real, Punto de Christopher, Quentinsburgh, Raggleneth, St. Richards, Säntjana, Steingart, Swarzyn, Taiago, Tarott-Kemburg, Winburgh, Wiwaxmouthe
Seasonal: Frjalshöfn, Stykishólmur
|Norlensk þjóðflugfélag||Frjalshöfn, Markvað, Stykishólmur||2|