Zukuraai International, or ZIA, is the first airport built to service the city of Zukuraai. The airport is small, but is mostly for regional service. Most people coming in Internationaly go to Al Aaium, then get onto a DC-9 or ATR to Zukuraai. ZIA has 31 gates, about half are used for flights around Africa.
ZIA has 3 runways. 2 are for commercial flights, and one is for cargo planes and private jets.
The runways were designed for 2-way traffic. This makes the runways more effiient, and able to handle more planes on a better scedual.
(I dont know if any runways in real life are made like this, thats just kinda how this one ended up. :| )
There are 3 terminals at Zukuraai International. Terminal A consists of all International Flights, with flights to Abu Dhabi, Rio De Jenario, Paris, and others.
Terminal B has 3 gates for more International Flights, and others to divers places such as Spain and Porugal, Cairo, Tunis, and other North African Cities.
Terminal C has Flights to South African Cities Like Lagos Nigeria, Cote D'Ivoire, Mali, Niger, and also to the Canary Islands. (part of the Gansbaai Kingdoms)
The Regional Flights Terminal, also known as terminal R. is for short Distansce flights, mostly for flights within the Gansbaai Kingdoms. Its not a terminal, it mostly just consists of walkays to parked ATR-42's.
The Airports International Terminal was given its own entrance.
A part of the terminal was built over the taxiway. It could of been built under the taxiway, but the enginerrs thought this would be cooler.
The Eurasian Multinational Group, or EMG, has a minor Headquarters at the Airport. EMG helped enginerr the cargo terminal of the airport, and also is fully constructing the Central Gansbaai Railroad.
The cargo terminal for Zukuraai Int. is pretty small. The third runway for the airport is here. Cargo Planes and also Private Jets land here. Ther is also an acces taxiway from the commercial terminals.