Perseus Regional Airport
|Z13, 32.955 °N, 114.355 °E|
|Perseus Regional Airport|
| Aéroport Régional de Persée|
|City||Perseus serving Ataraxia City|
|Elevation AMSL||4 m|
|Regional train lines||Ligne St. Denis-Est|
|Suburban rail lines||R24/25|
Perseus Regional Airport (PRS) is a major airport and transportation hub for the Ataraxia City metropolitan area.
PRS Airport was created in the 1950's as a development project for the largely underdeveloped province of Perseus and to serve as a staging grounds for the 1959 World's Fair. This accompanied the construction of the A25 orbital motorway and the construction of a metro line from Gare du Midi that opened the province up to development and brought it firmly into the Ataraxia City metropolitan area.
PRS is served by AMTRAX-operated metro, bus and ferry services and COFAX-operated RER and national rail services. The RER allows for direct service to Ataraxia International for connecting passengers.
To distribute service between Ataraxia International Airport and Perseus Regional, the federal government instituted a flight radius rule to ensure that PRS did not close after the opening of AXA. Airlines from Uletha not allied with Air Ataraxie and within a general radius of 4,000 km / 2,500 mi must use Perseus Regional and not Ataraxia International. Airlines from western / far northern Uletha and other continents must use Ataraxia International while airlines allied with Air Ataraxie have the choice of using Air Ataraxie's intercontinental hub at AXA or Perseus Regional.
Airlines and Destinations
|Air Ataraxie (Domestic)||Desprairies, Élisabethville, Fenelec, Ginex, Halifax, Jadotville, Léopoldville, Oyonnax, Stanleyville, Trax, Villemarie|
|Air Ataraxie (International)||Cape Angkatell, Constance-Reid, Tilney, Wiwaxmouthe|
|Air Wiwaxia||Lydgate, Wiwaxmouthe|