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Airport CEO is a tycoon and management game where you take seat as the CEO of your own airport. The game is currently in development for PC and macOS, and available as Early Access on Steam.

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You're the CEO.
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Build the 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.

Manage the airport

Cater to passengers by keeping waiting time to a minimum, by having friendly and helpful staff around and by making passengers feel secure, a happy passenger is a shopping passenger.

Operate the airport

Sign contracts with airlines and other service providers, plan flights and watch them arrive, get serviced and leave your airport. Expand your airport by keeping airlines happy and expanding your business.

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Latest development blog posts

Dev Blog 157: Airport CEO celebrates three years in Early Access!

October 6, 2020

Salutations and celebrations, airport CEO! Another year has passed and as of last week’s Monday (28th of September 2020), Airport CEO celebrated its third and final full year...

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Dev Blog 156: The Emergency Update released and a new development paradigm

September 9, 2020

Good [insert appropriate time-based greeting depending on your local time state], airport CEO and welcome to the 156th dev blog in order. It’s been another two weeks since we...

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FAQ

When was Airport CEO released for Early Access?

Airport CEO was released on the 28th of September 2017 as an Early Access title in an Alpha state. For more information, check out the Steam store page.

How much does Aiport CEO cost?

Airport CEO retails for 19.99 USD (16.79 EUR or equivalent). The price will be incrementally raised as the game becomes more complete.

When will Airport CEO leave Early Access?

Airport CEO will remain in early access for around two and a half years. We estimate a full release in early 2020.

Does Airport CEO support modding?

Yes, various systems in Airport CEO can be modded. Check out the modding page for more details.

How does the Airport CEO version
numbering work?

The version number layout, Airport CEO X Y-Z, is explained as follows: X increments when we deploy a major feature to the game, drastically changing the gameplay. Y increments when we deploy minor new features or major bug fixes to a recent major update (X). Z increments when we deploy minor bug fixes to a recent minor feature (Y).

What are the minimum requirements
for Airport CEO?

The current hardware requirements can be seen on the Steam store page.

What techniques are used for
developing Airport CEO?

Airport CEO runs on Unity, C# and a lot of blood, sweat and tears.

How can I suggest ideas to Airport CEO?

We have multiple channels through which you can interact with the development process. Check out the development page for more details.

What can I expect from playing the alpha versions of Airport CEO?

Playing Airport CEO in its alpha state means that you'll be part of the development process as the game is still feature incomplete. Core systems may see major changes and large content adding updates released on a monthly basis can significantly change the gameplay experience.

What can I expect from playing the beta versions of Airport CEO?

Playing Airport CEO in its beta state allows for a feature complete and more stable experience. However, as the game will still be thoroughly polished and quality assured with bug fixes and balancing through smaller updates released on a weekly basis it should not be mistaken for the full and final version of the game.

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