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Pilmar Airport (ICAO: SL--) was a small public airfield in the 'Boing' region of central Nautilus. It replaced the equally short-lived Stow Maries Aerodrome.

Landing Advisories

  • NO PUBLIC REZ – If you land at this facility, do not de-rez your plane. There are no public rez zones available.
  • Pilmar Airport is an elevated airport platform above surface level at approx 30m. Minimum recommended approach 40m.
  • Large wingspan advisory.


After Stow Maries Aerodrome shut its doors in June 2014, the 'Boing' region fell into the hands of the 'Sunrise Suites' group, who constructed a small airfield, heliport and harbour. Surrounded by lush tropical foliage, the airfield's single runway was built on a platform suspended over the ocean, docks and a bar/lounge. It sported a single corrugated iron hangar and five helipads. After a short life, the airstrip closed sometime prior to October 2014.


At its height, there were no scheduled services operating to or from Pilmar Airport, however charter flights may have been available on request.

Facilities and services

Pilots' facilities

General facilities

  • Pilmar Bar and Lounge.
  • Harbour.


See also