Amazing geometry runwaysBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/amazing-geometry-runways
Designer Lauren O'neill always loved airplanes and airports. So one day she wondered: what do they look like from above? Using Google maps Lauren created a photo project, demonstrating the surprising geometry of the runways.
Kastrup, Copenhagen airport, built in 1925. Kastrup is the largest airport in Scandinavia.
International airport San Francisco, USA. In addition to direct use, its terminals also serve as a location for the Museum of aviation named after Luis Turina, the library of the fee at the airport, and in the waiting rooms are permanent and temporary exhibitions of art.
The airport Madrid-Barajas Adolfo suárez, is the main international airport of Madrid.
Zurich airport, serves more than 50 international airlines.
Barcelona international airport receives more than 30 million passengers a year.
International airport, Atlanta, United States. Is the busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic and take-offs and landings. Interestingly, while the majority of the flights internal.
Airport on the island of Raivavae in French Polynesia.
International Luxembourg Findel airport, Luxembourg. It was opened in the 1930‑ies as a small airport with grass and a relatively small, 1000 meters runway.
International airport, Newark liberty international, USA. From his September 11, 2001 at 08:01 am flew the aircraft of the airline United Airlines hijacked by terrorists.
Wellington international airport, New Zealand. The airport was built in 1929. In April 2009, the airport published a new General plan of reconstruction, designed for the next 20 years and includes work to expand the passenger terminal building, the extension of the apron and the length of the runway of the airport.