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Long Thanh International Airport Terminal 1

Architecture | December 14, 2018 |

Long Thanh International Airport Terminal 1
Image courtesy of Heerim

Long Thanh International Airport Terminal 1
Location: Long Thanh, Vietnam
Status: Ongoing

Long Thanh International Airport, located in Dong Nai province, about 40 km east of Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, strives to become an advanced international airport to meet the growing demand for air travel and improve passenger convenience. This 1-3 phased development project has got a total business cost of 6 trillion KRW.

 

Long Thanh International Airport Terminal 1
Image courtesy of Heerim

The first phase of the development will cover about 25 million passengers per year, making it a convenient and fast space for passenger handling services. The concept of passenger terminal design is the motif of a beautiful lotus shape, symbolizing the elegance, strength and warm culture of Vietnam. The smooth and elegant curve of the leaf of the lotus petal stretching from the terminal to the front parking lot was designed so that the terminal was formally and functionally beautiful.

Long Thanh International Airport Terminal 1
Image courtesy of Heerim

In addition, the lotus-shaped ceiling allows visitors to feel the design ideas and the interior space reflects the warm hospitality and farewell culture of the Vietnamese people. Heerim, based on the world’s best technologies and airport design knowledge, actively reflected the cultural features of Vietnam on the entire passenger terminal. In the future, Long Thanh International Airport will become the new gateway to Vietnam and a global hub-airport.

more. www.heerim.com

Long Thanh International Airport Terminal 1
Image courtesy of Heerim

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