How Technology Is Impacting The Aviation Sector and What It Means For Design and Construction of Airports of Tomorrow

While airports have always competed for increased air service and passenger growth, one of the biggest drivers these days is enhancing the passenger experience. Technology is disrupting our everyday lives and changing how we experience things. As ridership continues to grow, with predictions suggesting passengers worldwide will double by 2035, simplifying the journey through today’s airports by incorporating technology into the design and construction of airports will enhance the passenger experience.

Dwight Pullen, Senior Vice President of Skanska’s Aviation Center of Excellence sat down with Constructive Thinking to talk about the market, the impact technology is having on the sector and on the design and construction of projects.


The infographic below highlights seven key design and construction elements for airport operators to keep in mind.

A version of this infographic was featured as a thought leadership piece in Centerlines Magazine’s Fall/Winter 2018, which was distributed at the 2018 Airports Council International-North America Annual Conference & Exhibition.

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