WorldAirport Raph Areza
|WorldAirport Raph Areza|
|IATA: WRA – ICAO: FTRA|
|Location|| Raph, Triphylia|
|Hub for||Triphylien Fluglinie|
|Focus city for||Mesogäische|
|Elevation AMSL||21 ft / 6 m|
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WorldAirport Raph Areza (Breislandic: WeltFlughafen Raph Areza) is an international airport partly located in the international city of Areza and in the city of Raph, Triphylia. The airport serves as a hub for Triphylian flag carrier Triphylien Fluglinie.
The Areza Terminal was opened on 3 May 1970, when flights to Areza were opened to commercial airliners and has been greatly expanded since then. It is located in the airport's north eastern sector, withing the borders of the international territory of Areza. It has 25 gates (thirteen in concourse B numbered 8–37, and twelve in concourse C numbered 50–63) served by aerobridges. Due to international law, the Areza Terminal is open to all airlines and airports of origin unless the airports or airlines violate ICAO regulations. There are also a number of remote bays which are heavily utilized during peak periods and for parking of idle aircraft during the day.
The terminal building is split into three levels, one each for arrivals, departures and airline offices. The departure level has 20 rows of check-in desks each with 10 single desks making a total of 200 check-in desks. The terminal hosts eight airline lounges: one each for Aeolus, Breisflügel, CHHK, Dawati, EineWelt, Himmel Allianz, Volisen Fluglinie and Wolkengruppe. The terminal underwent a major ₭350 million redevelopment that was completed in 2010, by which the shopping complex was expanded, outbound customs operations were centralized and the floor space of the terminal increased to 254,000 m². Further renovations began in 2015 with a reconfiguration of the shopping area, extension of the airside dining areas and installation of ?? for outbound immigration. These works were completed in 2016.
Terminal 1, located in the airport's southeastern section within the borders of Triphylia, features 16 parking bays served by aerobridges and several remote bays for regional aircraft. It is a multi-purpose terminal used for domestic, Mesogean and international routes by Triphylien Fluglinie.
Terminal 2 is located in the southeastern section, adjacent to Terminal 1 and within the borders of Triphylia. Terminal 2 underwent a significant expansion that was completed in 1999. This included the construction of a 60-meter roof span above a new column-free check-in hall and resulted in extending the terminal footprint to 80,000 m². There are 14 parking bays served by aerobridges, including two served by dual aerobridges. Terminal 2 features a large Triphylien Fluglinie lounge. The terminal does not feature Triphylian customs and only accepts flights from within Triphylia or from members of the Mesogean Area.
Airlines and destinations
|Burawi Mazar Fluglinie||Mazar||Areza|
|Luftlagash||Barsip, Hadar, Marqash||2|
|Mesogäische||Ampuria-Rossinyol, Capua, Cartena, Fiorano, Marqash, Palaiochori-Patras, Siavoshan-Digora, Skopelos, Tortona||1, 2, Areza|
|SAK Echia||Capua, Salona||1|
|SAK Varkana||Borjomi, Gali, Kaspi, Klow, Kojori, Senaki||1|
|SAK Volisania||Ampuria-Platja, Vesona||1|