Facilities

Vertiport Facilities

Terminal Buildings: The main facilities where passengers check-in, go through security, and access departure gates. Terminals often have multiple levels and include amenities such as lounges, shops, restaurants, and duty-free stores.

Vertipads

Apron: The area surrounding the terminal buildings where aircraft are parked, loaded, and unloaded. It is usually connected to the taxiways and runways.

Taxiways: Paved paths that connect runways and aprons to allow aircraft to move between them.

Security Checkpoints: Stations where passengers undergo security screening procedures, including baggage and personal checks, before entering the departure gates.

Lounges: Exclusive areas within the terminal for premium passengers, frequent flyers, or members of specific airline loyalty programs. Lounges often offer comfortable seating, complimentary refreshments, Wi-Fi, and other amenities.

Retail and Dining: Shops, boutiques, duty-free stores, restaurants, caf├ęs, and food courts that provide passengers with a variety of retail and dining options.

Information Desks: Service counters where airport staff provide assistance, answer inquiries, and offer directions to passengers.

Medical Services: Facilities such as first aid stations or medical clinics to provide medical assistance to passengers and staff.

Car Rental

Parking Areas: Designated spaces for short-term and long-term parking, often located near the terminal buildings.

Charging stations

Maintenance Hangars: Large enclosed structures where aircraft, evtols, vtols, air-taxi's undergo maintenance, repairs, and inspections.

Cargo Facilities: Warehouses, cargo terminals, and handling areas for the processing and storage of air freight.

Ground Transportation: Access points and facilities for taxis, shuttles, buses, rental cars, and other means of ground transportation outside the terminal area.

IT-systems

Security systems

Passenger Terminals

Fire and Rescue Facilities.

Air Traffic Control Buildings.

Storage hangars