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Delta Blues Marina Airport - formerly known as Blues Haven Marina & Airport and Wild & Hot Airport and as Twin Hearts Airport - (ICAO: SLTH) is a small public skyport and seaport in the 'Grelod' region of northern Nautilus.

Landing Advisories

  • Runway not at surface level; approximately at 501m. Minimum recommend approach at 520m.
  • Short runway advisory.


"After landing you can stop in check out Dee's Speed Shop for a variety of land bound vehicles and accessories. If you have any money left after that hit up the Bootlegger Pub just across from the docks. Here you can sample a variety of local liquors that are made on site at their very own lighthouse."
― Airport management.

Originally named Twin Hearts Airport, the facility was briefly renamed to Wild & Hot Airport in mid-2014. In its first and second phases, the airfield's general position and layout had changed little and despite a few minor adjustments its single, north-south runway was retained throughout, as were the general location of its hangars, docks and ToxxonGlobal aviation fuel station.

However, circa January 2014 the original facility was demolished and completely redesigned in favor of a new skyport/marina configuration. The new airfield - floating approximately 500m above its original location - was renamed Blues Haven Airport and is equipped with a similar layout of a single 125m x 10m unlit runway, with a refuelling station and three helipads placed along the eastern edge of the platform. At surface level is a new island harbor accessible by teleporter.


Currently, there are no scheduled services operating to or from Delta Blues Marina Airportt, however charter flights may be available on request. Please contact airlines for more information.


Pilots' facilities

General facilities

  • Rental accommodation.
  • Seaplane/boat docks.
  • Public park and beach.