This entry will cover both the International Seaport and International Airport of New Kitstria.
Fig 3.1 The main attraction for moving to New Kitstria, and why such a small community can afford such a large port and airport (as will later be shown). There are numerous oil derricks offshore, all pumping oil to the mainland through undersea pipes.
Fig 3.2 Where the pipes emerge on land, right next to the port/derrick operations headquarters. The west end of the port is also prominently shown. Oil tankers are a very common sight here (for obvious reasons).
Fig 3.3 More oil ports, as well as the primary storage facility.
Fig 3.4 The (suitably smaller) container port for anything that's not oil.
Fig 3.5 An overview of most of the port. Containers to the east, oil to the west. To the north you can see a small sliver of the airport, as well as a local industrial sector to the mid-right.
Fig 3.6 A closer view of the entrance to the airport. To the left is the long-term parking and to the top is the short-term parking.
Fig 3.7 The airport! The concourse to the top is the International Terminal, and to the left the Domestic Terminal. While this is the only airport on the island, it is none-the-less considered an aquisition of the United States, and so flights to/from there do not need to deal with customs.
Fig 3.8 The control tower, and the general aviation section of the airport. IATA: NKR, ICAO: NKIT (N from the South Pacific prefix. There was some debate considering geography and whether it was in the North or South Pacific. It was eventually settled that New Kitstria is in the South Pacific), FAA LID: KIT.
(sorry about the 3rd party re-direct, but it is the only website I could find that both allowed large picture uploads without spamming ads.)
Fig 3.9 A diagram of the terminal. While the gates are not exclusively tied to the airlines, the ones shown are the most common pairings. Also, it should be noted that the baggage claims are actually on a separate level underneath the central area (the orange boxes mark the access points to the lower level, and the lower level exits to the outside). Destinations listed below:
Alaska Airlines: San Francisco, Los Angeles
Delta Airlines: Los Angeles, Phoenix
United Airlines: San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Ontario (CA), Honolulu, Kahului
AeroMexico: Mexico City, Guadalajara, Tijuana, Porta Vallarta
Lufthansa: Los Angeles, Auckland, Melbourne, Sydney*
United: Auckland, Tahiti
Continental is looking at potentially opening up some Latin American routes.
*Lufthansa for one, was excited about the building of this airport, which allowed them to create a one-stop flight from Los Angeles to New Zealand and Australia using cheap 737's.
As you may have noticed, all of the destinations are pretty much all Pacific Rim cities. This is because at the present moment, the airport can only handle 737's (or A320's) and smaller. There are currently plans for a future expansion for 757's and 767's to allow longer flights, but only when the airport becomes busy enough to turn a profit.
panthersimcity4: thank you! I wasn't sure if the large building seemed too out of place...
CTMandR: Why yes there will be. All of the tips except for the beach-side one have buildings planned that will be implimented when the colony grows large enough to warrent their existance.
Thank you for the comments! They are greatly appreciated!