Airports are transport nodes to link air traffic to land-based forms of transport. They are places where air transport, personal transport, local public transport and the transport of goods all come together.

Overall planning of airports

The overall planning of airports combines the architecturally challenging issue of designing passenger terminals in accordance with economic stipulations, the planning of airside flight operation areas and facilities to run flying operations, together with integration of land transport, i.e. access to these locations. Environmental issues also need to be taken into account.

At the same time, interests of owner-operators, airline passengers, airlines, local residents, employees and companies need to be considered.

Special requirements of low-cost carriers are increasingly leading to functional terminal planning that reflects restrictive investment budgets and time stipulations.

Our range of services

With its internationally recognised professional expertise, OBERMEYER is able to provide overall planning solutions for air transport facilities. These include the following services:

  • Master planning
  • Terminals
  • Operations-specific buildings
  • Building technology
  • Flight operations areas
  • Civil engineering works
  • Land-based transport links
  • Project management
  • Environmental planning