A field located north of the village of Diemli. Though it's been abandoned for centuries, automated maintenance systems keep it clean and operational. It's so vast it doesn't seem like it could simply be an arrival and departure terminal. The tunnel Baron Byron Balazs makes to escape from the omnidirectional pocket reverses the imprisoning energies, causing the airfield to be destroyed fifty-nine seconds later.
A part of the airfield located to the north of Diemli. It has a massive main hall that is free from even a speck of dust thanks to the automated cleaning systems. Ordinarily it would've maintained an artificial night for its guest all the time, but to conserve energy, the circuits now kick in only when there are visitors. According to the computer in the main control room, it's been 5001 year, 298 days since the last visitor. Airfields in other parts are most likely configured the same way as this one.
The type of computer that oversees the airfield to the north of Diemli. As these computers have as much pride as any person, they can be hard to deal with, so Baron Byron Balazs is astounded by how subservient the computer is when dealing with D. Aparrently it was told of him by a certain visitor 5001 year, 298 days ago. It also recognizes him as a VIP due to it's programing probably the same visitor. It would never be subservient to just any Noble. The computer speaks with a synthesized female voice. For Taki, the voice calls to mind a cold and intelligent beauty. It can use another female voice, which is probably intended to be that of D's Mother. Out of feelings it has for the Sacred Ancestor after his only visit five thousand years ago, the computer makes copies ofhim from all the data it has available.
The vehicle that transports VIPs around the airfield near the village of Diemli. D is recognized as a VIP after he presses his left hand to the entry slot on the control panel. The vehicle not only moves down corridors but between floors as well, taking him to the five hundredth floor in a matter of seconds. Also referred to as "transport".