Articles Tagged: “Terminal Design”

Are US airports facing permanent Thanksgiving-style queues?

Features, Passenger Services & Wayfinding // Nov 2013 // 1 Comment

Are US airports facing permanent Thanksgiving-style queues?

As US airports try to cope with huge air travel demand this Thanksgiving, two reports warn that capacity constraints will damage the passenger experience at almost all major US airports within a decade.

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How new technology is influencing the design of the future airport

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LAX’s new Bradley West Terminal: ‘Something iconic for the city of Los Angeles’

London Southend named passengers’ favourite UK airport

Tired travellers can take time out with new ‘nap centres’ at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport

Lounges, Gates & Boarding // Jun 2013 // No Comments

Tired travellers can take time out with new ‘nap centres’ at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport

Scientifically engineered, around the clock sleeping suites have been introduced at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport. The high-tech Minute Suites are part of DFW’s $2.3 billion Terminal Renewal and Improvement Program to redefine the global gateway as the ultimate in first class. Read full article »


Southwest reveal plans for Houston’s terminal of the future

ADAC installs sleeping pods to enhance passenger experience

LAX unveils state-of-the-art aircraft boarding gates

The rich cultural heritage of the Xi’an, home of the Terracotta Army, was capitalised upon in the airport’s ‘sense of place’ initiative.

Features // Jan 2013 // 1 Comment

The essence of Xi’an embodied in an extraordinary shopping experience

Passengers at Xi’an Xianyang International Airport’s Terminal 3 have a taste of Xi’anese culture before they have even left arrivals. The creation of a ‘sense of place’ is one of a number of innovations to enhance the airport experience for the traveller and increase passenger spend.
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