Crystal 128 package settings.png
This article is under construction and/or revamp and will be completed at a later date. If this article has not been edited in several days, please remove this template.
This article was last edited by Montivagant (talk| contribs). (Update)
McGarrett International Airport
McGarrettIntlLogo.jpeg
HeliViewOfMcGarrett.jpeg
Overhead view of McGarret International Airport.
IATA: GIAICAO: GNMG
Summary
Airport type Public
Owner Ministry of Transportation
Operator McGarrett Transportation
Serves Liberta
Location McGarrett Special District, Liberta
Hub for Air Liber, American Airways, British Airways, Iberia (International Airways Group), Lufthansa, Turkish Airlines, Azores Airlines, Cabo Verde Airlines, Royal Air Maroc, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Saudia, Kuwait Airways, Etihad Airways, Royal Jordanian, Gulf Air, Air Ethiopia, El Al, South African Airways.
Secondary Hub for {{{secondary hub}}}
Focus city for {{{focus city}}}
Elevation AMSL ft / 6 m
Website fly.garrett.lb
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
27L/09R 3,500 Asphalt Concrete
27 4,000 Asphalt Concrete
Statistics (2017)
Passengers 86,425,876


McGarrett International Airport (IATA: GIA, ICAO: GNMG), originally McGarrett Airfield, is the national and only public airport serving Liberta. The airport is located 200 meters from the northeastern breakwaters connected to the mainland city of Liberta via a multifunctioning suspended monorail system. The airport is owned by the Libertan Government and operated by McGarrett Transportation Inc.

McGarrett International Airport is the 4th busiest airport in the world, serving over 82 million passengers per year with over 90% being layovers or connecting fligths.

McGarrett serves as the only Hub for Air Liber, the national carrier of Liberta, and as a major hub for transatlantic flights for American Airways, British Airways, Iberia (International Airways Group), Lufthansa, Turkish Airlines, Azores Airlines, Cabo Verde Airlines, Royal Air Maroc, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Saudia, Kuwait Airways, Air Ethiopia, El Al, several seasonal charter airlines and SAS. Connecting flights are usually towards or from Africa, the Middle East, or the Americas.

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.