What next for airport terminals? Joe Bates reviews a handful of ongoing expansion projects and talks to some of the industry’s most influential architects about possible design changes in the future.
New York gateway is to be transformed by the construction of a new central terminal that will pave the way for the creation of one single passenger facility.
Expanded terminal and introduction of new self-service technologies to boost gateway’s capacity and operational efficiency.
Airport World finds out more about the blueprint for a pioneering aerotropolis development at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Landrum & Brown’s Brian Reed and Sheila Thomas reflect on the opportunities, risks and challenges to gateways of creating non-aviation related developments on or around the airport site.
John Kasarda tells us more about the exciting plans to create a dynamic economic zone around Zhengzhou Xinzheng International Airport in China’s Henan Province.
Crawford, Murphy & Tilly’s Craig Louden reflects on how US airports can navigate new FAA design standards that could potentially impact on the long-term development plans for their airfields.
The gateway’s new International Terminal Building (ITB) is set to open later this year.
What next for airport gate design? JBT AeroTech’s director of marketing and business development, Todd Tanner, believes that the operational demands of new aircraft ensure that change is coming.
Airports are catalysts for economic diversification and development, writes Chris LeTourneur, president and CEO of MXD Development Strategists.
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