KojAir

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KojAir
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'Callsign
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Founded19XX
Hubs---
Secondary hubs---
AllianceOneSky
Fleet sizeTBD
DestinationsTBD
Company slogan---
HeadquartersPyingshum, Kojo flag ddtuga.png Kojo
Key peopleMassen Koraéi-Lamboda, Director
Websitewww.kojair.ko

KojAir is the largest airline operating in Kojo, and the only native airline of the country. As of 2016, it is the only operator of scheduled domestic flights in Kojo. Competing with a very strong high-speed railway network that connects the city centres, the few domestic passengers often fly from the smaller cities to one of the 5 international Airports only to transfer to long-distance flights. Pyingshum International Airport is the airline's hub, and from here most intercontinental flights are handled.

Since 19XX, KojAir is a founding member of the OneSky airline alliance.

Domestic Routes

(rough sketch)

Kojo features 13 airports, 8 of which are declared regional airports that mostly only offer flights to domestic destinations or in neighbouring countries. It is important to note that many routes that seem high-frequented are also well connected by high-speed rail, which makes some flight connections unprofitable. The numbers indicate the number of flights per day between the two airports in one direction. During holiday season the number of flights can be higher, those schedules are given in brackets.

Pyingshum Finkyáse Jaka Yoyomi Kippa Manlung Oreppyo Womenlū Wenzū Busakyueng Kwaengdō Toefyei Toribiri
Pyingshum
Finkyáse 11
Jaka No No
Yoyomi 7 3 No
Kippa No 2 No No
Manlung 4 No 3 5 2
Oreppyo No 2 2 3 No No
Womenlū No No No No No No No
Wenzū No 2 No No No 1 No No
Busakyueng No 7 4 No No 3 1 2 No
Kwaengdō 9 3 No No No 2 1 No No 2
Toefyei 5 4 No No No 3 2 1 No 3 No
Toribiri No 3 (5) 2 2 (3) No 1 No (1) No 7 1 (2) 1

Regional Routes

The number in brackets is the number of additional flights on that relation provided by foreign airlines. Numbers indicate flights a day per direction, unless specified otherwise. For routes that are subject to big seasonal fluctuations the seasonal schedule is added after a slash.

Pyingshum Finkyáse Jaka Yoyomi Kippa Manlung Oreppyo Womenlū Wenzū Busakyueng Kwaengdō Toefyei Toribiri
Ataraxia International Airport 6 (+6) 1 (+2) 1 (+4) 5 (+?) 4 (+3) 2 (+?) 2 (+?) 1 (+?) 2 (+?) 2 (+?) 1 (+?)/ 2 (+?) 3 (+?) 1 (+?)/2 (+?)
Feneix Gateway Airport 3 (+?) 1 (+?) 2 (+?) 1 (+?) 1 (+?) No (+?) No (+?) 1 a week (+?) / 4 a week (+?) 3 a week (+?) / 1 (+?) 1 (+?) 2 a week (+?) / 1 (+?) 1 a week (+?) 4 a week (+?) /1 (+?)
Oyonnax 6 (+4) 1 (+5) 2 (+4) 2 (+?) 3 (+?) No (+?) No (+?) 2 a week (+?) / 5 a week (+?) 3 a week (+?) No (+?) 0 (+?) / 4 a week (+?) No (+?) No (+?)
Léopoldville 5 (+3) 2 (+?) 3 (+2) 2 (+?) 3 (+?) 2 a week (+?) 2 a week (+?) 1 a week (+?) / 3 a week (+?) 1 (+?) 5 a week (+?) 3 a week (+?) / 2 (+?) 3 a week (+?) none (+?)/3 a week (+?)
Élisabethville 3 (+?) 2 (+?) 3 (+1) 2 (+?) 2 (+?) 4 a week (+?) No (+?) 1 (+?) / 2 (+?) 1 (+?) No (+?) 1 (+?) / (+?) No (+?) No (+?)
Ginex 3 (+?) 1 (+?) / 2 (+?) 1 (+?) 1 (+?) 5 a week (+?) No (+?) No (+?) 0 (+?) / 5 a week (+?) 5 a week (+?) / 1 (+?) 3 a week (+?) 2 a week (+?) / 6 a week (+?) No (+?) none (+?) / 4 a week (+?)
Stanleyville 2 (+?) 1 (+?) 1 (+?) 5 a week (+?) 5 a week (+?) No (+?) No (+?) 0 (+?) / 1 (+?) 5 a week (+?) No 0 (+?) / 5 a week (+?) No No
St. Sébastien 1 (+?) No 1 (+?) 4 a week (+?) 3 a week (+?) No No 0 (+?) / 4 a week (+?) 3 a week (+?) No 0 (+?) / 4 a week (+?) No No
Sainðaul Asunahama International Airport
Warohan Takarun International Airport
Wiwax Pargiter International Airport
Lydgate Mary Garth International Airport
Delvile International Airport
  • Single Asterixis indicate summer schedule