Gobras Worldport

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Z13, 20.7199 °N, 86.5503 °E
Gobras Worldport
Gobras City International Worldport

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Basic information
Country GobrassanyaFlag01.png Gobrassanya
City Gobras City
Began operation 1954 (extensions in 1963, 1995, 2001)
WAAT GWP
ANACA GGWP
Statistics
Passengers (millions)
Runways
Direction Length
Runway 12R/30L 10000ft - 3048m
Runway 12C/30C 13290ft - 4050m
Runway 12L/30R 9937ft - 3028m
Runway 3/21 11610ft - 3539m
Runway 8/26 10000ft - 3048m
Helipads
Number Length
H1 30 m
Transport
Highways A 201
Metro lines RT-Metro
Communication

Gobras Worldport (WAAT: GWP, ANACA: GGWP), officially Gobras City International Worldport, is a public airport located west of downtown Gobras City. It is the largest airport in the nation of Gobrassanya and the largest by flight volume serving both national and domestic flights, also serving as a hub airport. The airport is run by the Gobras City Port Authority. The most recent terminal complex was built from 1995 to 2001 to match the increasing number of flight-guests in the developing country and to enable providing transcontinental connections to all around the globe.

History

International Terminal 1

Domestic Terminal 2

Airlines and destinations

Passenger

Gobras Worldport is one of the very few international destinations of AntigoAir. There are weekly flights between Antigo City and Gobras City.

Cargo

GWP Concourse Information

GWP has five remote concourses located between the runways at the airport. The concourses are connected to the terminals via an automated people-mover tram that travels underground. The concourses are A, B, C, D and E. Each concourse has a total of 36 aircraft gates each.

Concourse A Concourse B Concourse C Concourse D Concourse E
Gobrassian Airlines Khaiwoon Air Aloran Airlines BrunsAir

Statistics

Top destinations

Annual traffic

Based aircraft

Ground transportation

Rail/Metro

Rental Cars

Shuttle

Rideshare Services

Bus

Limo

Airport management

Future Expansion

Accidents and incidents