Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport has already won 6 awards for its Future Terminal 1 website
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Posted: 26 January 2015 | Cohn & Wolfe
Lyon Airport’s Future Terminal 1 website is, like the project it promotes, dynamic, innovative and centred on the client experience…
Lyon Airport’s Future Terminal 1 website is, like the project it promotes, dynamic, innovative and centred on the client experience.
In just one month, the Future Terminal 1 project website with immersive navigation tools, has received 6 awards, 5 of which are internationally recognised. Furthermore, the website registered 32,500 visits in just one month (80% of which were from abroad).
The Future Terminal 1 website was launched on 12th December 2014, the day the first official stone of the terminal was laid. The website has been honoured with 6 prizes, thanks to the high quality user experience, its design and ease of use. Lyon Airports is the first French airport to be named ‘Site of the day’ by Awwwards, the international reference for web design, which identifies the top 365 websites across the world every year.
6 awards received in just one month:
- 16th December: “Site of the day” from CSS Design Awards:
- 18th December: “Site of the day” from CSS Winner:
- 23rd December: “Site of the day” from Awwwards:
- 24th December: “Site of the day” from Design Licks:
- 26th December: “Site of the day” from CSS Reel:
- 17th January: ‘Site du jour’ from French design index :
Over 30 airlines currently operate flights to Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport. In 2014, the airport welcomed just under 8.5 million passengers. Traffic development is driven by growth in two areas: the international segment, which represents 64% of total traffic at the airport, and the low cost segment. In the medium-term, the objective is to increase passenger traffic on medium-haul routes to Europe and the Mediterranean, as well as on long-haul routes to China and North America.
The Future Terminal 1 project will double the surface area of the current terminals, enabling Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport to welcome 15 million passengers by 2020.