The City of Mount Vema plan has been redesigned to extend the Port of Mount Vema in the north of the territory and to add a second runway to the Mount Vema international airport project, which has been moved to the south according to the new master plan to increase capacity.
The Mount Vema Airport, will be a major international airport in the region. Now it lies south of the City of Mount Vema on the planning boards, with two parallel east–west runways along with an operational terminal on the site, to be the primary hub for W-Southern.
The terminal will lie within 5 kilometers by ferry to the airport from the Pashant Terminal, or 14 to 30 minutes driving (a 14 kilometers distance if driving at 60 km/h) depending on the traffic via the Mount Vema highway which will connect the airport with the city through the Port of Mount Vema.
The Port of Mount Vema will be a deep water port, designed to handle every kind of traffic.