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Aug 1, 2018
The Future of Air Travel – The Monthly Report

July was a record breaking month for the number of passengers using London’s major airport in 2017. And, with better ‘load factors’ and larger aircraft operating from its 2 runways, the number of flights apparently did not increase.

The Future of Air Travel

San Francisco International Airport, California
Gensler, Architects
San Francisco International Airport
photo © Bruce Damonte

San Francisco International Airport – 6 Apr 2011
Gensler’s design for San Francisco International Airport’s renovated Terminal 2 (SFO T2) sets a new benchmark for contemporary air travel in a terminal highlighting the Bay Area’s distinct culture through its design, art and epicurean delights. Registered with the United States Green Building Council, the terminal aims to become the first LEED Gold certified terminal in the United States. The 640,000-square-foot terminal features progressive sustainability measures that strive to inspire people to live more sustainably.

Raleigh-Durham International Airport Terminal 2, North Carolina
Fentress Architects
Raleigh-Durham International Airport
picture Nick Merrick © Hedrich Blessing

RDU Terminal 2 – 24 Jan 2011
Fentress Architects, designer of the Terminal 2 at Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) in North Carolina, has announced the opening of Terminal 2’s final phase, celebrated with a ribbon-cutting at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, January 24, 2011 at RDU. Terminal 2 is the world’s first major airport with a lenticular wood truss structure supporting the roof, which creates a warm, inviting passenger experience and a sense of place unlike any other airport in the world. Phase I opened in 2008 with 19 gates; Phase II adds 17 gates and features a soaring 96-foot-tall signature steel mast and canopy that welcomes passengers into a 60-foot-high arrivals hall, and a new south concourse beyond

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USA Air Terminal Designs, alphabetical:
Tampa International Airport – Airside C, Florida
Alfonso Architects
Tampa International Airport Airside C Florida
photo : Al Hurley

Airside C Tampa International Airport

Denver International Airport South Terminal Redevelopment, Colorado
Santiago Calatrava
Denver Airport Building
picture : Santiago Calatrava LLC

Denver Airport Development

Spaceport America, New Mexico

Foster + Partners
Spaceport America
image : Foster + Partners

Spaceport America

Indianapolis Airport Terminal, Indiana

Indianapolis Airport Terminal
photo : Sam Fentress / HOK

Indianapolis Airport Terminal

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Key American Airport Buildings, no links:

Chicago O’Hare International Airport – Part Redevelopment, Illinois
Murphy/Jahn Architects

Dulles International Airport, Chantilly, Virginia
Eero Saarinen, Architect
Washington D.C. Airport

jetblue – Terminal 5: extension & redevelopment of former TWA Building, New York

Mineta San Jose Airport Concourse, San Jose, California
Mineta San Jose Airport

TWA Terminal, New York City
Eero Saarinen, Architect
TWA Terminal building

Key American Transport Buildings, no links:

Transit Hub, Fulton Street, Manhattan
Grimshaw Architects with Page Ayres Cowley

World Trade Center Transportation Hub, New York City
Santiago Calatrava Architects

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