THE AIRPORT OF THE FUTURE ISN’T AN AIRPORT:
IT’S AN ELEVATED CITYPORT
AND YOU DON’T NEED TO BE A PASSENGER TO VISIT
Jet99USA Airlines (the $99 people’s airline) has one heck of a dream… to build the first elevated airports of the future — now — above the city streets of New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Miami. Dubbed as the most imaginative airport proposals to emerge in recent years from airline startups… the proposal, named CityPort, envisages futuristic urban airports, that are more integrated into the commercial centers of the top 4 cities in America. Airport runways will be raised above the streets, rooftops and waterways… based on a conceptual proposal by Bartlett School of Architecture graduate Alex Sutton. Jet99USA Airlines plans to build elevated in-city airports worldwide, in all the top cities of the world.
PROPOSED “AIRPORT OF THE FUTURE”
ELEVATES RUNWAYS ABOVE CITY ROOFTOPS
To demonstrate this, Jet99USA Airlines proposes to build immediately four new airports inside New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Miami… with multiple-level hi-rise airport terminals above city streets, city-wide baggage systems and short-length runways stretching over streets, waters… and slotting around office towers, apartment blocks and commercial areas. Automated bag drop zone will allow passengers to check in luggage as early as 12 hours before a flight, simply by dropping it onto the cityport’s conveyor belt.
The pioneering proposal claims Jet99USA Airlines will use the greener, quieter Bombardier C-Series aircrafts, with a system of elevated taxi-track systems to move airplanes around the city terminals… engines will be disengaged until take-off and would hence produce far less emissions and noise.
Self-service bio-metric passport gates that use facial recognition technology, will be added in each terminal. In addition, travelers will be lent “smart tablets” enabling them to check in quickly, navigate the airport, and receive real-time messages about their flights.
“This revolutionary elevated in-city-airport project responds to the growing trend that travel demand in the aviation industry is set to double by 2030 and continue increasing exponentially into the future,” explains Caze, CEO of Jet99USA Airlines. “In order to satisfy demand and the increasing importance of airports on local economies… capacity and city integration in the industry need to increase.”
Many airports are huge pains to get to – Jet99USA Airlines is pushing a tech-heavy terminal model that charms and amazes us… conveniently building the airport right above the city itself, within walking distance.
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1: Land and take-off medium-size airplanes the old-fashioned way… on 7000 feet runway = 1.325758 miles, using land-filled by either side of the river, same way they filled some parts of New York City, to build residential towers (see photo).
2: GLASS TUNNELS — All Elevated tracks are built inside SEE-THRU FIBERGLASS/GLASS TUNNELS, to protect planes from bad weather.
3: WITH ENGINE TURNED OFF — Airplane will be TOWED in/out of terminals — to get city passengers. Heheh, this is more of a showmanship scenery… so that city people can see Jet99USA airplanes passing above quietly, on elevated glass-tunnel tracks — for arrivals and departures!
Our futuristic elevated airports would be supported by $99 ticket machines, self-service baggage kiosks and lots of restaurants, virtual shopping walls, large immersive multimedia systems, an indoor park with native flora, walking trails, waterfalls, plus retail and lounge spaces as people wait for their flights. An increased number of WiFi zones, sleeping pods, and charging points are also being planned.
The airport track system will be elevated right above the city streets to create a sense of the magic of flight, with these amazing airplanes passing gently above,” added Caze. The designer (Alex Sutton) was one of nine final-year students of 2015 at Bartlett School of Architecture, which was tutored by architects Josep Mias, Johan Berglund and Dean Pike.
Jet99USA Airlines is presently looking for serious investors who want to fund its new elevated airports of the future in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Miami. The building phase of this monumental project will start as soon as funds are secured! — For more information, email Franco: firstname.lastname@example.org
[Images Courtesy of Bartlett School of Architecture]
(Concept & Animation credit: Alex Sutton)