Main Terminal

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Airport Terminal Designs - Satellite Terminals
... A satellite terminal is a building detached from other airport buildings, so that aircraft can park around its entire circumference ... The first airport to use a satellite terminal was London Gatwick Airport ... It used an underground pedestrian tunnel to connect the satellite to the main terminal ...
MDPP - Main Terminal
... The main terminal building has 10 gates 5 with boarding bridges on the satellite concourse, and 5 without in the frontal concourse ... The terminal can support three Boeing 747-400s simultaneously ...
London Heathrow Terminal 5 - Buildings - Frontal Building
... Unlike most airport terminals, the main terminal building does not have direct road access ... The frontal building is connected to the main terminal by covered walkways at ground level (the arrivals level of the main terminal building) and skybridges at level 5 (departures level) ... and a grove of 40 London Plane trees, and are accessible to passengers and other terminal visitors ...
Toronto Coach Terminal - Renovations
... The terminal is a two-storey historic building ... An annex, located to the west of the main terminal building on Elizabeth Street, houses buses using the terminal ... A renovation of the main terminal building occurred in 1990 to create more seating for waiting passengers and an upstairs restaurant which has since been closed ...
Tampa International Airport - TPA Airport Today - The Landside Terminal
... The Landside Terminal was designed with convenience in mind ... The airport Marriott Hotel is adjacent to the main terminal ... Tampa's facilities are almost entirely housed in the public access main terminal ...

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