Kirilmaz International Airport České Budějovice
|Fyrinia International Airport|
Mezinárodní letiště Fyrinie
Aerial view of the airport
|IATA: FYR — ICAO: LKCS|
|Airport type||Civil international|
|Serves||České Budějovice (6 km)|
Kirilmaz (30 km)
|Elevation AMSL||1,417 ft / 432 m|
|Length||2,500m / 8,202ft|
Fyrinia International Airport, officially Kirilmaz International Airport České Budějovice (Czech: Mezinárodní letiště Kirilmaz–České Budějovice, Turkish: Kirilmaz Uluslararası Havalimanı Çek Budeyavıse, Arabic: مطار القيريلماز الدولي تشيسكي بوديوفيتسه, Maṭār al-Qīrīlmāz ad-Dwaliyy Tshīskī Budyūfītsu) is the largest and the only international airport in Fyrinia, located in Planá, 6 kilometres from the city center of České Budějovice and about 30 kilometres from Kirilmaz, the capital city of Fyrinia. As the main airport in Fyrinia, it is a hub for all of the micronation and the main connection with the rest of the micronational world. It is a hub airport for the BlueLines, Fyrinian state airlines.
It used to be a domestic airport until 2010. It became an international airport in 2010 after the pressure of governments of the Fyrinian Autonomy. It is also used for state and government flights, however, the government also uses smaller Strunkovice nad Blanicí Airport, a state-owned airport located in Czechoslovakia, about 14 kilometres to the north from Kirilmaz.
The airport was largelly modernized from 2010 to 2019. It uses temporary passenger terminal, as a new one was under the construction. The modernization was finished in 2019.
|BlueLines||Czechoslovakia||Václav Havel Airport Prague||Prague|
|Citata di Livossia International Airport||Citata di Livossia|
|Mekniy||Yeoju Internation Airport||Yeoju|
|Western Bohemia||Karlovy Vary Airport||Karlovy Vary|