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Booking a flight.

Airborne craft, developed by the moogles centuries ago. They float by the power of skystone, and are given direction and speed by means of propeller or glossair ring. Currently, they are one of the most popular forms of transport in Ivalice, and the skyroutes are comfortably the busiest of the highways linking the major cities. Airships range in size from private yachts to giant military warcraft. Unable to fly in jagd, where skystone is ineffective.
—Airships, Sage Knowledge

Skyferries (飛空艇定期便 {ひくうていていきびん}, Hikūteiteikibin?) are used as transportation in Final Fantasy XII. When riding skyferries, the player may choose to sleep on the flight via the Private Cabin option or explore the airship via the Leisure Craft option.

Airship RoutesEdit

Skyferries can be accessed at the Aerodromes of the following cities:

The East Ivalice Company provides flights from:

  • Rabanastre to: Archades, Bhujerba, Nalbina = 200 gil
  • Nalbina to: Archades, Balfonheim, Rabanastre = 210 gil
  • Bhujerba to: Balfonheim, Nalbina, Rabanastre = 250 gil
  • Archades to: Balfonheim, Nalbina, Rabanastre = 200 gil
  • Balfonheim to: Archades, Bhujerba, Nalbina = 180 gil

ShopsEdit

Two hume attendants sell rare items and magick at the Observation Parlor of any skyferry.

Assistant Storekeeper 1Edit

ItemsEdit

Name Cost
Teleport Stone 200 gil
Gysahl Greens 108 gil
Name Cost
Gysahl Greens 108 gil
After visiting Mt Bur-Omisace
Teleport Stone 200 gil

MagicksEdit

Name Cost
After defeating Judge Bergan
Syphon 4,000 gil
Name Cost

Rabanastre - NalbinaEdit

ItemsEdit

Name Cost
Potion 70 gil
Antidote 50 gil
Eye Drops 50 gil
Name Cost
Alarm Clock 50 gil
Antidote 50 gil
After visiting Draklor Laboratory
White Fang 200 gil

MagicksEdit

Name Cost
After obtaining Treaty-Blade
Bubble 3,300 gil
Name Cost

Rabanastre - BhujerbaEdit

ItemsEdit

Name Cost
Potion 70 gil
Hi-Potion 210 gil
Phoenix Down 250 gil
Name Cost
Chronos Tear 60 gil
Handkerchief 50 gil
After conversation at Pharos (Empyrean Road)
Reflectga Mote 700 gil

MagicksEdit

Name Cost
After obtaining Treaty-Blade
Reverse 7,600 gil
Name Cost

Rabanastre - ArchadesEdit

ItemsEdit

Name Cost
Echo Herbs 50 gil
Gold Needle 100 gil
Alarm Clock 50 gil
Name Cost
Red Fang 200 gil
Gold Needle 80 gil
Echo Herbs 50 gil

Nalbina - ArchadesEdit

ItemsEdit

Name Cost
Hi-Potion 210 gil
Bacchus's Wine 120 gil
Smelling Salts 50 gil
Remedy 400 gil
Name Cost
Potion 60 gil
Remedy 400 gil
After obtaining Treaty-Blade
Vaccine 700 gil

Nalbina - BalfonheimEdit

ItemsEdit

Name Cost
Chronos Tear 50 gil
Remedy 400 gil
X-Potion 630 gil
Name Cost
Blue Fang 200 gil
Eye Drops 50 gil
X-Potion 520 gil

Archades - BalfonheimEdit

ItemsEdit

Name Cost
Potion 70 gil
Hi-Potion 210 gil
X-Potion 630 gil
Name Cost
Phoenix Down 200 gil
Smelling Salts 50 gil
After obtaining Treaty-Blade
Knot of Rust 20 gil

Bhujerba - BalfonheimEdit

ItemsEdit

Name Cost
Potion 70 gil
X-Potion 630 gil
Vaccine 200 gil
Name Cost
Bacchus's Wine 120 gil
Hi-Potion 180 gil
After obtaining Treaty-Blade
Dispel Mote 240 gil

AccessoriesEdit

Name Cost
Indigo Pendant 5,000 gil
Name Cost

QuestsEdit

Ann and her SistersEdit

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Seven Sisters sidequest.

The player needs to talk to six sisters that work as Chief Stewards aboard the leisure craft airships that connect the largest cities of Ivalice. If the player fails to complete the quest, the six sisters will be forced into an arranged marriage.

To start the quest, take the Bhujerba/Rabanastre flight via leisure craft in the Aerodrome and talk to Ann, the Chief Steward at the Sky Saloon. Agreeing to help her begins the sidequest, which will can only be completed after visiting the Balfonheim Port.

The player must ride all the Skyferry routes and talk to all the sisters to deliver the letter. After completing the quest, the player will receive the Ring of Renewal for their trouble.

DeathgazeEdit

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The place where Deathgaze would show up, Air Deck area.

Main article: Deathgaze (Final Fantasy XII)

The Mark Deathgaze can be taken up on the skyferries. The hunt is accepted from a boy in the aerodrome and will appear randomly when the player is traveling on a skyferry. When Deathgaze attacks a skyferry with the party onboard, they can go on the deck and fight it, but they can also take their time and talk to the scared passengers. The party can also seek shelter in the cabin. There's seven possible scenarios, depending on which skyferry is attacked.

TreasuresEdit

There are no treasures to be found on the skyferries in the original version.

In the International Zodiac Job System version, there is a secret invisible treasure chest that can be found randomly on the Airdeck of a Skyferry airship. Since the treasure is invisible, the player will only find it if they bump into it. Additionally the hidden chest will only spawn 1% of the time. There is an 80% chance the chest will contain exactly 10 gil. It's normal treasure is nothing but junk Knot of Rusts. However with the Diamond Armlet equipped, it can contain a Knot of Rust, or the Rare Treasure (5% chance), the Seitengrat, a new ultimate bow. The Seitengrat has the highest attack stat in the game, at 224.

Ultimately the odds of finding the Seitengrat are 0.01% or 1 in 10,000. If the player acquires the Seitengrat an arrow will appear in the sky in the Cerobi Steppe suspended a few feet in the air.

Chest Spawns Holds Gil% Gil Normal Treasure Diamond Armlet Treasure
1 1% 80% 10 gil Knot of Rust Common Rare
Knot of Rust Seitengrat

Musical ThemesEdit

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"Heart of a Child" from Final Fantasy XII
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The music that plays in the skyferries is called "Heart of a Child". It also appears in Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call.

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