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A demo of passengers.
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Passengers are one of the primary focuses of the airport. Passengers are the people who fly into and out of your airport, use your airport services, and are the main money earner for your airport.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Your airport is responsible for the handling of passengers onto planes, ensuring their safety through security and baggage screenings while at the same time managing their happiness. Passengers have a variety of needs, including happiness, bladder, tiredness, hunger, and fun. Each need can be fulfilled with different services that range from food, shops, bathrooms, and seating.

Happiness[edit | edit source]

Happiness is affected by various factors such as Staff friendliness, wait times, and facility cleanliness. Happy passengers are more likely to spend money in your shops, bringing in more money. However, passengers that want to shop but can't will become unhappy.

Bladder[edit | edit source]

Bladder problems in passengers can be relieved by constructing a bathroom.

Tiredness[edit | edit source]

Passengers being tired is a common problem that can be solved very easily, via seating. Ensuring seating to all passengers will make sure they do not get tired and not spend more money at your airport.

Hunger[edit | edit source]

Passengers will eventually get hungry. Fulfill their needs by constructing Restaurants and vending machines.