While the terminal would be a modern building, deploying the latest construction and operational technology, it would echo the great building tradition of the Korean peninsula in its form and materials — with sloping roofs, compositional axial symmetry, traditional patterns of Korean retail street life, and displays of Korean artifacts and art, and employing steel, wood, and concrete.
Drawing on a vocabulary of forms and spaces in the tradition of Korean architecture, the airport would be endowed with generous daylight throughout, and would be a significant, contemporary design, capturing the spirit of Korea.
The new gates at Toronto Pearson Int'l Airport will bring an immediate reduction in the amount of passengers currently being bussed from Terminal 1 to their gates at the Infield Terminal.
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SESA will operate in Ansan and among other capabilities, will offer maintenance, repair and manufacture of advanced military aircraft avionics.