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Old Posted Jan 1, 2022, 3:41 AM
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Then there's Madrid Barajas, which I consider to have the nicest architecture (RIP Richard Rogers) of any airport. This opened in 2003, yet it's cooler than any airport terminal that has been built since.


https://aviationbeast.com/europes-se...adrid-airport/
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Old Posted Jan 1, 2022, 3:54 AM
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It's really not that complicated. I came up with this design in 5 minutes.

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I fail to see the issue with the remodeled terminals. They are very nice. It would be nice to have something like Dubai or Singapore but the newer parts of LAX are very nice.
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I fail to see the issue with the remodeled terminals. They are very nice. It would be nice to have something like Dubai or Singapore but the newer parts of LAX are very nice.
I agree. Ive flown out of LAX several times in the last 6 months and i really like all the improvements honestly.
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Old Posted Mar 28, 2022, 1:57 PM
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New LAX people movers on track for 2023 completion

By Sean Cudahy
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March 27, 2022


New LAX people mover station at consolidated rental car facility. (Photo courtesy of Los Angeles World Airports-- via The Points Guy)

"The end is in sight for a project that leaders hope will cut down on traffic outside one of the nation’s busiest airports.

Construction crews are nearing a milestone in a multi-billion dollar project to significantly upgrade public transportation at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). By next week, the concrete guideway that will eventually house a brand new Automated People Mover (APM) system will reach 99% completion, setting the stage for testing of train cars later this year. Construction is slated to wrap up next year..."

https://thepointsguy.com/news/new-la...23-completion/
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