Paradox Interactive has launched the latest expansion for Cities: Skylines, Airports. Airports allows players to build — wait for it, airports! It’s available now on PC (Steam, Epic Games Store), PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, for $12.99.

Building an airport isn’t as simple as slapping down a single building, however. Airports are modular, requiring terminals, gates, and other buildings all connected via concourse networks into a travel hub. Airports help attract bigger business and tourism, which will in turn unlock additional buildings and plane options.

In addition to transporting people, airports can also handle cargo, bringing important trade and commerce to your city.

“The teams at Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order are excited to give fans an all new transportation option to integrate into their designs” said Magnus Lysell, product manager, Paradox Interactive. “Fans have long been requesting the possibility to integrate airports into their cities, and we can’t wait to see the things our community delivers with these new tools.”

Paradox has also released two new Content Creator Packs, including new terrain maps and vehicle assets, as well as two new radio stations that feature relaxing chill and cool jazz. Content Creator Packs are $4.99 each, and radio stations are $3.99.

Cities: Skylines is available on PC, PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox One. It’s rated E for Everyone.

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