Aerospace Industry Fuels Airport Construction

MapTulie Fletcher Airfield and neighboring airfields are shown with orange boxes.

To the delight of pilots, a surge of aerospace manufacturers has led to an increase in the number of airports around the world. In one case the parallel airports of Unity and Fletcher Airfield have been joined by a privately owned terminal and heliport to make one very large airport complex.

“It’s an unusual trend,” said the Director of the Waterbank Aviation Authority (WAA). “Usually airports help a small community thrive like we see at Desdemona and East River Intercontinental. At Fletcher we saw ground broken by an enterprising Amok Dynamics and then the airport growing into three sims. If it gets any larger, they’ll need dorms for all the workers.”

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