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Club Penguin Island Airport
Vital statistics
Name Club Penguin Island Airport
Native name
AATA code {{{aata}}}
Type of airport International airport
Hub for SAIA
Owned/Operated by National Airports Authority
Serves Club Penguin Island
Location Club Penguin Island
Runway Runway 9R/27L (9,000 ft.) (Concrete)
Runway Runwau 9L/27R (11,000 ft.) (Asphalt/Concrete)

Club Penguin Island Airport(ACAO Code: CPI) is a domestic airport serving the Club Penguin Island. The airport is the second largest airport in the region, after Club Penguin City Airport. The airport is north of the Docks, and has two runways, Runway 9L/27R (11,000 ft.) and Runway 9R/27L (9,000 ft.). The airport is served by eight airlines and has both international and domestic service. The airport is mainly used for inter-island commuter flights and is a hub for SAIA. In 2005 a cargo terminal was added, since heavy cargo traffic was going to the airport.The airport is also the airport with one of the most cargo traffic,as it is the main hub for the Trans-Continental Air Cargo Route, which handles more than 178 million tons of mail and cargo each year.


Club Penguin Island Airport was first built in 2001, by the Club, who founded the island three years earlier. The airport was generally for military and general use, as runways the airport were too short for commercial airline use. In 2005, as Club Penguin became increasingly popular, the airport began renovations, with the lengthening with the runway, the addition of terminal and another runway. In 2007, the airport finished it's renovations, and opened for commercial use, which it did on October 7, 2006.


Terminal 1[]

  • SAIA:Gentoo Island, Club Penguin City, Middle Island, AdelVille, V2V Island, Angel Island, New Ice Berg Island, Spy Guy Island, Ice Berg Island,Rockhopper Island, Pengyboo Island, Palm Island, Sunday Harbor, Ed Island

Terminal 2[]

  • AirTerra: New Club Penguin, Neo Domino City
  • UTA: Satellite City, New Club Penguin


The airport has two terminals, Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, Terminal 1 handles all domestic and regional flights, while Terminal 2 is serves only international flights. The airport has 27 gates in total. The airport is served by thirteen airlines as well, and is the secondary hub for SAIA. The airport has eight hangars, usually used for the Air Force and private charters as well. The airport also is serviced by the US Customs Forces, for international flights.The airport also has an inter-terminal bus services as, which transfers passengers to each terminal.