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Starport Synopsis Paragraphs
Starport Code Starport Remarks
- does not have a starport. Space and starships must find unprepared landing areas. No remarks.
A has a Class A Starport, an excellent quality installation which includes all the expected amenities including refined fuel for starships, brokerage services for passengers and cargo, and a variety of ship provisions. There is a shipyard capable of doing annual maintenance, overhauls and other kinds of repair, and construction of both starships and non-starships. Most ports of this classification have both a Highport and a Downport. For a mainworld only.
B has a Class B Starport, a good quality installation which includes all the expected amenities including refined fuel for starships, brokerage services for passengers and cargo, and a variety of ship provisions. There is a shipyard capable of doing annual maintenance, overhauls and most kinds of repair, and construction of non-starships. Most ports of this classification have both a Highport and a Downport. For a mainworld only.
C has a Class C Starport, an average quality installation which includes amenities including unrefined fuel for starships, some brokerage services for passengers and cargo, and a variety of ship provisions. There is a shipyard capable of doing maintenance and other kinds of repair. Ports of this classification generally have only a downport, unless this is a trade port or system with an hostile environment mainworld. For a mainworld only.
D has a Class D Starport, a poor quality installation which has few of the expected amenities. There is unrefined fuel for starships and a limited variety of ship provisions. There is no shipyard of any kind, but there may be parts and technical support for doing minor services and repair. Ports of this classification generally consist of only a downport, unless this is a trade port or system with an hostile environment mainworld. For a mainworld only.
E has a Class E Starport, a frontier quality installation with few expected amenities. There is unrefined fuel for starships and a limited variety of ship provisions. There is no shipyard of any kind, but there may be parts and technical support for doing minor services and repair. Ports of this classification generally consist of a downport. For a mainworld only.
F has a Class F Spaceport, a good quality secondary installation for handing expected in-system traffic. It can supply amenities like brokerage services for passengers and cargo and refined fuel. There is a shipyard capable of doing annual maintenance, overhauls and most kinds of repair, and construction of non-starships. Spaceports usually consist of a Downport. Not for a mainworld, for a secondary world.
G has a Class G Spaceport, poor quality secondary installation for handing expected in-system traffic. It can supply a only a few amenities. There is unrefined fuel available for purchase. There is no shipyard of any kind, but there may be parts and technical support for doing minor services and repair. Ports of this classification generally consist of only a downport. Not for a mainworld, for a secondary world.
H has a Class H Spaceport, a frontier quality secondary installation for handling expected in-system traffic. It has few amenities. There is unrefined fuel for ships and a limited variety of ship provisions. There is no shipyard of any kind, but there may be parts and technical support for doing minor services and repair. Ports of this classification generally consist of a downport. Not for a mainworld, for a secondary world.
X does not have a starport. The Class X Starport is an indication that no starport exists in the system. There are no facilities or services available, and no site marked for landing. Worlds with Class X ports may be interdicted and not generally available to off-worlders. They may be restricted to government traffic or private. Regardless, class X ports should be considered without facilities.
Y does not have a spaceport. The Class Y Spaceport is an indicate no port exists on this world. There are no facilities or services available, and no site marked for landing. Not for a mainworld, for a secondary world.
  • Class Y indicates that a spaceport doesn't have proper facilities.