Salzburg Airport is planning a comprehensive terminal renovation

Rendering of the new terminal (Rendering: ATP architects engineers).
Rendering of the new terminal (Rendering: ATP architects engineers).

Salzburg Airport is planning a comprehensive terminal renovation

Rendering of the new terminal (Rendering: ATP architects engineers).
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The terminal landscape of Salzburg Airport, consisting of the base building from 1966, is reaching the end of its life cycle structurally, technically and officially. A fundamental renovation is unavoidable for international airport operations in Salzburg. Various companies, including ATP Architects Engineers and ATP Sustain, applied for the project and were able to win the award process with innovative ideas.

“We took our time to find an attractive planning concept. The initial concept presented by ATP Architects and Engineers was rated as the best by the evaluation committee. This gives us a good basis on which we can build in the further planning phase in the coming months,” comments airport managing director Bettina Ganghofer.

“Salzburg Airport plays an important role as a driving force for the economy, tourism and employment in our region. The terminal development is an important step to further consolidate Salzburg as a business location and to boost regional value creation,” adds Supervisory Board Chairman and Deputy Governor Stefan Schnöll.

In addition to the main “terminal development” project, further structural adjustments are required to transform the airport into an energy-optimized overall ensemble by 2033. The current terminal landscape consists of more than a dozen buildings that have been created through adaptations or additions over the decades. These will now be completely renovated, expanded, architecturally and spatially connected and adapted to modern technical and official standards.

Departure Terminal 2 will be expanded and converted, the centrally located check-in hall will be adapted and expanded to include a catering and AIR experience world level. Together with the successively new arrival terminal 1, this will form the new terminal landscape of Salzburg Airport.

Rendering of the new terminal (Rendering: ATP architects engineers).

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