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.


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.


Security systems

Passenger Terminals

Fire and Rescue Facilities.

Air Traffic Control Buildings.

Storage hangars