Taipei Taoyuan International Airport (or Taipei Airport for short) was an upcoming airport being built near Taipei, Nova. Once completed, it would have been the largest airport on Datearth.

The airport was replaced by Brunei International.

Development Edit

The airport was first suggested by Ducki_D, Taipei's mayor. After a request for an airport in Handan was refused, Airplaneguy9 decided to build a new mega-airport in Taipei.

The airport would have had a large passenger terminal, a cargo terminal, and two parellel 100m long concrete runways - the longest in the world. It was set to be the Far East hub.

There were been protests as to why the airport had not been built, and Airplaneguy9 argued that Cape Town Airport had to be built first. Ducki_D and Airplaneguy9 were in talks discussing the future of the airport, but the airport was abandoned in early December 2019

Airlines and destinations Edit

Airline Destinations
FlyNovus Cape Town
Air Carolina Carolina1
East Asian Airlines Phuket, Hangzhou, Pyongyang, Shanghai, Cologne, Mikawa, Banjarmasin
  1. This flight operated via San Francisco. Air California did not have rights to solely transport passengers between San Francisco and Taipei.

Trivia Edit

  • The runways were going to originally be 144m long, but they were cut due to costs
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