Francis International Airport in GTA III Era

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FIA terminal in GTA III

Francis International Airport (FIA) is an airport situated in the GTA III—GTA Liberty City Stories rendition of Liberty City, specifically, in Shoreside Vale. The airport had made frequent appearances where Liberty City is used as a primary or secondary setting, including Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, as well as a cameo in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.


Liberty City's Gateway To The World. Where we meet new friends and prodigal sons. Francis International has proudly served all of Liberty City's transportation needs since 1953. For the executive traveler, relax in our business class lounge, or enjoy a pre-flight drink in DODO'S, our cocktail lounge. With hundreds of shops and services, Francis International is airport to the stars. 100's of national and international destinations served including: London, San Andreas, Vice City, Miami, Bogota, Amsterdam, Bangkok, Toronto, Leith and Tokyo. Fares Starting as Low as $69 Each Way.

- Quote from official website

FIA does not have a single inspiration for its design, incorporating an original terminal design (the frontal terminal building is a largely unadorned, blocky structure), as well as featuring an extension similar to Los Angeles International's Theme Building.

A fire station is situated near the entrance to the rear of the airport, as such, a Fire Truck is always available from there. Opposite, is a car park which has various randomly spawned cars. In the airport itself, many unique stunt jumps can be found. The infamous half-winged Dodo is also in one of the hangars and next to a helipad, notorious for it's level of skill required of the player to actually fly it.

The airport's interior makes a brief appearance in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, when it is featured during the first cutscene of the game. While the interior is found to be situated in the Hidden Interiors Universe, the location also comes with an unused exterior of the airport with a roadway, appearing to resemble the airport's exterior in Grand Theft Auto III.



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