Saudi Arabia To Open Luxury Airport Of A Desert Mirage

Saudi Arabia To Open Luxury Airport Of A Desert Mirage

09/07/2020 0 By M Zaman

Middle-Eastern country Saudi Arabia is set to open a luxury airport and its design looks like mirage in the desert. It will be in the North-Western coast of the country.

Also, it will not very far away from the AMAALA resort. Once the airport will open it attract new visitors and they will get the most stunning views while approaching to the airport.

It will greet visitors with a sleek mirrored edifice rising from the desert.

Additionally, the airport will reflect AMAALA’s ultra-luxury hospitality spirit, providing an exclusive private-club experience perfectly encapsulating AMAALA’s pillars of art and culture; wellness and sport; and sea, sun, and lifestyle.

Chief Executive Officer Nicholas Naples of AMAALA,commented: “AMAALA will represent a singularly unique experience, one which redefines the ultra-luxury experience in its entirety. We are delighted to be partnering with one of the world’s most recognised names in architecture and design to realise our vision. There is a natural synergy with Foster + Partners, whose ongoing commitment towards sustainability and green projects is aligned with our ethos and commitment to being net carbon neutral from day one of operations. Creating a coastal oasis that elevates the role of responsible tourism globally.”

Interior views of the airport

Interior views of the airport (Image: Foster+Partners)

Airports’ terminal and control tower design was conceptualised by UK-based architectural and design firm Foster + Partners, while the master plan was designed by Egis, an international consultancy and engineering group. It will incorporate unique design practices, drawing inspiration from its location.

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The airport is due for completion in 2023 and is estimated to accommodate one million travellers per year once it officially opens.

Senior Partner Stuart Latham of Foster + Partners, said:“The ambition and scale of the project is striking, and we’re excited to help the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with its vision for an unforgettable luxury experience which acknowledges the sensitive nature and ecological significance of the site for tourists from across the globe.”

There will be lists of amenities provided by the airport that including climate-controlled hangars that will be available for private jets as well as a ground transfer service that is accessible from inside the arrival hangar.

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You will find more information about AMAALA Resort from here.

Previously, Saudi Arabia announced it will welcome new visitors to boost tourism industry.

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