Airport Terminals by Christopher J. Blow (Auth.)

By Christopher J. Blow (Auth.)

This paintings offers with the means of airports and the way forward for airport terminals within the mild of envisioned passenger development data (2 billion airline passengers by means of the yr 2000). the categories of recent, alternative and accelerated terminals on the way to be required are mentioned. themes coated contain purposes for airport situation, wide-ranging case reports (Osaka Bay, Munich, Southampton and Charles de Gaulle airports, for example), the taxonomy of airport types and public shipping interchanges

Show description

Read Online or Download Airport Terminals PDF

Similar buildings books

Landmarks of African American History (American Landmarks)

In Landmarks of African American historical past, James Oliver Horton chooses 13 historical websites to discover the struggles and triumphs of African american citizens and the way they assisted in shaping the wealthy and sundry background of the USA. Horton starts with the 1st Africans dropped at Jamestown, Virginia, and the beginning of slavery within the colonies that turned the us.

Loft Conversions

Household loft conversions have received vastly in reputation as a manner of supplying extra space with out the gigantic price of relocating condominium. One 3rd of all new construct homes have lofts that may be used for habitation. This ebook offers a technical guide for building practitioners, in addition to the self-build industry at the technical, layout and regulatory points of loft conversions for dwellings.

Extra resources for Airport Terminals

Sample text

Building, 18 March 1988 Woolley, D. (1987) New Gatwick terminal nearing completion. Airport Forum, 4/1987. 9. 9. 11. Ground floor plan 1988 PHgin^rD Q £ g _ i / ~J3 Linear terminals: London Heathrow Terminal 4 51 Description: Manchester Airport's first terminal, with the domestic pier known as Terminal A and opened in May 1989, has a capacity of 12 million passengers per year. Design standards: International passengers per hour: 1850 each way (at 6 million/yr). Transit/transfer passengers: 15%.

Passengers per year: 9 million ultimate. Aircraft stands: terminal-served: 7 Boeing 747 in Phase 1 (4 for Boeing 747-400) plus two gates added 1990; a further six due to open in 1991. Description: this second international terminal supple­ ments the original and expanded South Terminal and raises the planned capacity of the airport from 16 million passengers per year to 25 million. The main North Terminal building has been built for the full 9 million passenger capacity, but only two-thirds of it have been fitted out.

Airport Forum, 2/1976 Woolley, D. (1977) Mirabel - how goes it? 6. I 1 . 7. 8. Air view 1 Kerbside 2 Check-in 3 Mobile lounge departure concourse 4 Shopping and catering 5 Arrivals 6 Baggage reclaim 7 Service road 8 Baggage handling area 9 Primary inbound immigration and customs control 10 Secondary immigration control 11 Secondary customs control 9 Linear terminals In linear terminals, aircraft dock directly against the building, which gives short travel distances. 1 London Heathrow Terminal 4 Type: owned, with six other airports, by public company (1986).

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.01 of 5 – based on 31 votes

Author: admin