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Airport CEO Wiki

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the Airport CEO guide written and maintained by the players.
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About Airport CEO

Airport CEO is a tycoon and management game where you take seat as the CEO of your own airport. You will build the airport’s infrastructure with everything from runways to restaurants and check-in. Manage resources by hiring employees, signing contracts and making sure that the budget holds. [Read More]

Game Features
  • Deeply simulated airline management
  • Design and build your own airport from the ground up, placing everything from runways and taxiways, gates and tarmac to constructing terminals with check-in, security, restaurants and shopping
  • Make deals and sign contracts with airlines and other companies
  • Budget and resource management
  • Hire and assign employees and executives with unique characteristics and talents
  • Optimize your airport and ensure passenger happiness by keeping wait times low, assigning friendly and competent employees, and minimizing criminal activities
  • Random crises such as employee and equipment breakdowns, or bad weather that can cause massive delays or emergency landings
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