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'''Sierra International Airport''' ({{wpl|IATA}}: '''SIX''', {{wpl|ICAO}}: '''KSIX''', {{wpl|FAA}} {{wpl|Location identifier|LID}}: '''SIX''') is an {{wpl|international airport}} located in Sierra, Verona, under class B airspace, serving the Palm Coast Region of Verona. It is the second-largest international airport in [[Insui]]. It is most often referred to by its IATA airport code '''SIX'''. The airport is operated by the [[Palm Coast Airport Authority]], which manages the five other international airports in Palm Coast, as well as twelve airports only open to domestic air traffic. Sierra International Airport is the primary {{wpl|Airline hub|hub}} of [[Air Insui]], and is a focus city for [[Air Reina]], [[Lealia Air]], [[Levantia Airways]], [[Northeast Airlines]], and [[Odona Airways]].
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'''Sierra International Airport''' ({{wpl|IATA}}: '''SIX''', {{wpl|ICAO}}: '''KSIX''', {{wpl|FAA}} {{wpl|Location identifier|LID}}: '''SIX''') is the primary {{wp|international airport}} serving Sierra, Verona and its [[Palm Coast metropolitan area|surrounding metropolitan area]]. It is the largest airport in [[Insui]] by both international and domestic passenger traffic. It is most often referred to by its IATA airport code '''SIX'''. The airport is owned by the [[Sierra|city of Sierra]] and operated by the [[Palm Coast Airport Authority]], an inter-county governmental agency of the [[Palm Coast metropolitan area|metro]] counties which manages the two other international airports in the Palm Coast, as well as three airports only open to domestic air traffic. Sierra International Airport is the primary {{wp|Airline hub|hub}} of [[Air Insui]], [[Premiere Airways]], and [[Sarpedonian Airways]], and is a focus city for [[AirLevantia]], [[DeBonAire Airlines]], [[Northeast Airlines]], [[NYOAC]], and [[Royal Helvianirian Airlines]].
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The airport holds the record for the world's busiest origin and destination airport, since relative to other airports, many more travelers begin or end their trips in Sierra than use it as a connection. It is also the only airport to rank among the top five Insuian airports for both passenger and cargo traffic.
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While SIX is the busiest airport in the Greater Sierra Area, several other airports, including [[Bordeaux-Columbia Airport]], [[Lynnhaven-Serenity Airport]], [[Roseland-Pasadena Airport]], as well as [[Gadsden-Samori-Andina International Airport|Gadsden-Samori-Andina]] and [[Los Sueños International Airport]]s, also serve the area.
  
 
==History==
 
==History==

Latest revision as of 18:29, 15 August 2019

Sierra International Airport
Aeropuerto Internacional Sierra
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IATA: SIXICAO: KSIX
Summary
Airport typePublic
OperatorPalm Coast Airport Authority
ServesPalm Coast area of Northern Verona
LocationSierra, Verona
Hub for
Focus city for
Elevation AMSL128 ft / 39 m
Websitesierra.flypalmcoast.com/
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
6L/24R 9,000 2,743 Concrete
6R/24L 10,885 3,318 Concrete
7L/25R 12,467 3,800 Concrete
7R/25L 10,170 3,100 Concrete
10/28 9,006 2,745 Concrete
Statistics (2035)
Passengers146,262,917
Aircraft operations1,081,716
Social impact236.1 thousand

Sierra International Airport (IATA: SIX, ICAO: KSIX, FAA LID: SIX) is the primary international airport serving Sierra, Verona and its surrounding metropolitan area. It is the largest airport in Insui by both international and domestic passenger traffic. It is most often referred to by its IATA airport code SIX. The airport is owned by the city of Sierra and operated by the Palm Coast Airport Authority, an inter-county governmental agency of the metro counties which manages the two other international airports in the Palm Coast, as well as three airports only open to domestic air traffic. Sierra International Airport is the primary hub of Air Insui, Premiere Airways, and Sarpedonian Airways, and is a focus city for AirLevantia, DeBonAire Airlines, Northeast Airlines, NYOAC, and Royal Helvianirian Airlines.

The airport holds the record for the world's busiest origin and destination airport, since relative to other airports, many more travelers begin or end their trips in Sierra than use it as a connection. It is also the only airport to rank among the top five Insuian airports for both passenger and cargo traffic.

While SIX is the busiest airport in the Greater Sierra Area, several other airports, including Bordeaux-Columbia Airport, Lynnhaven-Serenity Airport, Roseland-Pasadena Airport, as well as Gadsden-Samori-Andina and Los Sueños International Airports, also serve the area.

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