Airports around the world are notorious for taking up massive amounts of space for runways, so the 'LAX 2.0' concept looks to reimagine what could be done to revamp one of the busiest American airports.
The airport features an unorthodox circular aesthetic that eliminates the traditional runways in favor of efficient docking bays for vertical take-off planes that enable multiple planes to land or take off at a time. The entire building is capable of having 50 planes docked at the same time, which could increase the amount of passengers that can be moved exponentially.
The 'LAX 2.0' airport concept is the design work of Jonathan Ortega as an entry for the eVolo Skyscraper Competition 2018 and takes assertive action when it comes to accommodating the rising number of travelers.
Efficient Circular Airports
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Opulent Car Brand Aircrafts
Large-Scale Airport Food Halls
High-Speed Airport Transports
Pitched Roof Airport Designs
Personal Airport Security Reservations