| Lucifer International Airport|
|Aerial View of The Gate Section "ABC".|
|View of the International Gates.|
|IATA: LIA – ICAO: PYLI|
|Hub for||Pacific Airways|
|Secondary Hub for||SAS|
|Focus city for||Taulaga Pama|
|Built||1944 - Renovated in 1998|
|Elevation AMSL||65,6 ft / 20 m|
|Coordinates||9° 2'42.84"N 171°33'25.16"W|
|Economic Impact (2016)||$16.4 Billion|
Lucifer International Airport (IATA: LIA, ICAO: PYLI), also known as Lucifer International, is the largest and busiest airport in Pama Motu, located in the Lucifer Borough, on the southeastern tip of the Palm Atoll. It is the primary and only airport serving the Taulaga Paman Metropolitan Area. It is operated by FlyLucifer and regulated by the NDA (National Department of Aviation).
Lucifer International Airport was in 2016 the busiest airport in the North Pacific Ocean by the number of takeoffs and landings and passengers. It has two runways used to maximum capacity as of 2016 with planes entering and leaving every 1 minute. The airport was voted the busiest by the Palm Islands Aviation Magazine but was however rated "Outstanding" in terms of cleanliness. Lucifer International Airport is a common airport for emergency landings for planes crossing the Pacific ocean.
Lucifer International Airport was constructed in 1944 as an airfield for infrequent international civilian travel between Pama Motu and John Rogers Airport (now Daniel K. Inouye International Airport). As the Government of the Palm Islands pushed tourism to Taulaga Pama in the 1970's a civilian airport was needed. The small airport known today as Lucifer International airport was small, had only one runway and was not built for frequent civilian flight. Therefore in 1971, the airport was reconstructed, now with capacity for 25,000,000 passengers per year. In 1997 the airport had again reached its maximum security. Therefore, the Government of the Palm Islands renovated the whole airport adding 6 more terminals, another runway, constructed a new terminal shuttle train and redesigned the airport from a "minimalistic" style to a "neo futuristic" style.
Terminal A is the smallest terminal according to the number of gates. In total there are 15 gates, none reserved for any airline. Terminal A is reserved for domestic flights. Terminal A is used only by Air Palm and eclipse Airways, with an exception for smaller private owned flights.
Terminal B consists of 20 cargo facilities, this terminal unlike the others, is not accessible by regular passengers. The airport shuttle train has a station for this terminal, however only leading to a connecting tunnel between Terminal C and D.
Terminal C consists of 17 gates reserved for Cathay Pacific and All Nippon Airways. These flights are often Asia-bound.
Terminal 4 consists of 40 gates all reserved for the flag carrier for the Palm Islands, Pacific Airways.