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With the demand for air travel rising, projects that are investing in infrastructure and expanding existing facilities are frequenting the airport industry. These construction and design projects involve a wide range of stakeholders, and vary both in size and cost.
The role of an airport is to facilitate a journey to a desired destination, however, many airports are endeavouring to become destinations in themselves. To achieve this demands new designs and innovative features which can provide a ‘wow factor’ for passengers, allowing airports to not only cope with growth, but excel.
Already we have seen inspiring applications of innovative design within the industry. In this section of International Airport Review’s website, we will showcase examples of creative construction and design, and keep you up to date with project progress around the world.
The project extended one of Philadelphia Airport's runways by 1,500ft, to a total of 12,000ft, in order to accommodate the newest aircraft fleet.
The expansion will result in a doubling of size for the immigration hall, and is intended to be ready ahead of 2020's summer season.
The $27.5 million project has involved the upgrade and resurfacing of the 2,600m airport runway and the installation of new runway lighting.
The investment will be utilised across Prague Airport, funding essential long-term developments including the extension of Terminal 2.
The new development will see Doncaster Sheffield Airport benefit from a 325,160m² advanced manufacturing and logistics-dedicated space.
The new runway will be built in a north-south orientation after the airport determined that would provide the greatest benefits.
The new PremiAir terminal offers passengers the opportunity to purchase the private travelling experience, including modern spaces and private transfers.
The project will involve a redevelopment and expansion of Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport, one of the busiest airports in the Caribbean.
We spoke to Sasa Leveric, Head of IT Department at Pula Airport, to see what projects the airport is currently implementing as well as what he thinks the biggest trends are in airport IT are right now.
The developments are expected to begin in 2021 and will connect passengers of the airport to the city centre, with the total estimation being €280 million.
The £173 million investment will work to increase passenger capacity by 50 per cent and strengthen the airport's position in northern Mexico.
The €150 million loan will be used to fund Helsinki Airport's expansion plans, aiming to make the passenger experience a smoother one.
An agreement has been made to develop a new sorting facility at Riga Airport which will allow for more efficient shipment handling.
Design plans, which focus on passenger experience and capacity, have been revealed for the new Red Sea Airport in Saudi Arabia.