What Are The Most Beautiful Airports In The World
Nobody likes to spend time sitting and waiting for flights were delayed, luggage or walking is seeking from one terminal to another.There are also airports so beautiful that they could turn at any time sightseeing.When someone reaches for the first time in a foreign country, airport on landing is the one who creates the first impression about the place.Countries are related to these first impressions and who have built airports to express exactly how much they have developed. Here are the most beautiful airports in the world.
International Airport in Beijing, China
Even before the 2008 Olympic Games at Beijing International Airport Terminal 3 was added, the largest terminal in the world above ground. Making lasted three years and was made by British architect Norman Foster.
Carrasco International Airport, Uruguay
Carrasco International Airport, Uruguay or Aeropuerto Internacional de Carrasco General Cesareo L. Berisso as is known in Uruguay, is a private airport owned and operated by the Puerta del Sur, which serves the city of Montevideo. It was created in 2007 by architect Rafael Vinoly Uruguay.
Denver International Airport, USA
The roof of the airport is like a village where, instead of houses, white tents are set. It is an airport built on ecological principles, is powered by solar energy, and the roof is made of materials that reflects 20% of solar radiation in summer and keep heat inside in winter. Architecture is Curtis Fentress, a pioneer in sustainable design.
Incheon International Airport
South Korea Since 2001, the year opened, the airport has been voted consistently ranked first among the best airports in the world, depending on the experience that those who go there live. It was created by Curtis Fentress all who tried to recreate scenes of culture and specificities of Korean architecture.
Saint Exupery airport in Lyon, France
Formerly known as Lyon Satolas Airport, the airport has an interesting design and external extem resembles a bird in flight. The airport was designed by architect Calatrava Santiagi.
Malvinas Argentinas Airport, Argentina
Located in Ushuaia at the southernmost end of South America near the Tierra del Fuego, the beauty of this airport is its location right time. Up to land here, the planes fly over the Andes, passing over plains and hills, offering passengers a wonderful view.
Marrakech Menara Airport in Morocco
Airport designs combine modernist style with traditional Islamic architecture. The interior materials were used such as glass and marble and decorations were made in Arab-style
Singapore Changi Airport in Singapore
The airport came in 2000 in an ambitious expansion project, being added a third terminal. In some places, aeoportul resembles a botanical garden, while the interior was made in several varieties of plants, designed to create a relaxing environment for passengers.
Sondika Airport Bilbao, Spain
Construction of the airport began in 1990 and works have been done only in the late ’90s. However, aeroprtul not started to operate until 2000. The total investment in raising the airport was 39 million dollars.
International Airport Tempelhof in Berlin
Even if it was closed in 2008, architects say that this was the first airport in the world that served as a model for designing other large airports.