Lego Air's newest terminal. Yes I do use post it notes in my MOCs sometimes
About this creation
Terminal 5 can be found at the southwest corner of the city. It replaced Terminal 3 which was built and rebuilt about 20 times, then damaged in early August 2013. Concourse A is completed, except for some interior details.
Arrivals entrance. Fact #1: Since there are less arriving flights than departing flights, this building is quite small and only has one gate.
The back of the entire terminal.
Terminal 5 signage. Fact #2: This 5 was originally a 3 in a brick-built logo for the MOCies, which I broke.
When you come inside you will see the departures hall. Wait your turn in line to drop your luggage, get your boarding pass, and have your passport stamped.
A closer look on the check-in desk. Fact #3: The terminal is not open to the public YET, so less than half the workers are actually in the terminal.
Next you'll find yourself heading through security.
What you see after getting through security. Fact #4: This was supposed to be a connecting hallway to the unfinished Concourse B.
A top-down view of the concourse. Fact #5: My real city's airport has THREE concourses (two for the local airline, one for others), and to get to Concourse A there, you have to ride a train.
Gate 2 and the panoramic windows.
Gate 3. Fact #6: Behind the gates you will see a flight info board and a sign directing passengers to the gates.
Arriving passengers get quite a small building. Fact #7: I explained why in fact 1.
Passport control desk.
The back of the welcome sign.
Creator's Log: Thanks for joining me on this tour of the airport, and I hope you liked seeing it as much as I liked putting it together. If you're curious, the small yellow cart you saw earlier is not a MOC, it comes from 60019 Stunt Plane. C and C welcome!