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The Airport Project
Transcript of The Airport Project
in Terrassa and we went to the this is a resume of the GUIDED VISIT Barcelona Airport, "El Prat". When we
arrived there, we entered. It was so big, with
a very high ceiling. Then, we stopped to have breakfast, and when we had finished we started a guided visit. In the first part, we entered to a room, where the guide explain us a lot of things about the airport, with the help of a powerpoint. This airport has three big zones: T1 The biggest part of the airport. It receives 30 million people per year.
It takes a useful surface area of 545,000 m and is adapted to receive large aircrafts. T2 T1 Corporative
Terminal T2 THE MAP Corporative Terminal - Corporative Terminal - Terminal 2 - Terminal 1 HERE YOU ARE SOME PHOTOS OF THE ROUND The corridors used to take the plane are called "fingers" It was the only step in we couldn't take photos. It was designed to expand the airport before the arrival of the Olympic Games in Barcelona in 1992.
After the opening of T1 in 2009, T2 became nearly empty until the airport authorities lowered landing fees to attract low-cost and regional carriers to fill the terminal, although nowhere near the full capacity. Then, a third terminal was built specially for business travelers operational 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Downstairs there are waiting rooms, VIP rooms and lounges. Upstairs, meeting rooms and company offices that you can rent them per hours. With the power point, explained lots of statistics, the latest state of every part of the installations, the most used transports to go there... After that, we walk up the Terminal 1, and there the first we did was going through a real security check.
We had to put in the trays our belts, bags, mobile phones, earrings, jackets, etc.
Passed it, we headed to a bus that took us around the runways. The runways are so big asphalted places There is a fire station inside the installations This is an unused control tower, but it is fully equipped for a possible emergency of the other. The security is so strong around the airport, not only inside. THE INTERVIEWS And these are the other videos!
We did the first to use it in the case we couldn't get another. In the second, the audio is so bad because the man spoke so much low. Finally: We went to the arrival gates because we had to interview some travelers, and record it.
So the guide give us time to ask some people. It was more difficult than we expected: the people in the airport are always in a hurry. 1 2 This is the best one.
We found this business man who agree to answer us a few questions, but he didn't want us to record his face. If you want to see the other interviews, click in the next step! Thanks for watching!! Let's see them!