Since these terminal silhouettes are drawn to scale, I generally prefer compact airports to airports with widespread terminals, as the latter tend to add too much white space and distract from the intricacies of the terminals. So after drawing two Australian airports whose international terminals were on the other side of the airport from their domestic terminals, it was nice to be able to draw a single large structure for Melbourne.
This was also a relatively easy terminal to draw, as the vast majority of the walls were at right or 45° angles, and there weren’t many curves.
Inevitably, with as many terminal silhouettes as I have in my library, some of the airports I’ve drawn will undergo construction.
Since I first drew CVG (Cincinnati), they tore down their old Concourse C, so I’ve created a new drawing with Concourse C removed:
Likewise, while I was drawing ICT (Wichita), their old terminal was in the process of demolition. I’d initially indicated this by showing the old terminal as faded, but I’ve now gone ahead and completely removed it:
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Auckland Airport · Auckland, New Zealand
First visit: 28 February 2018 · https://www.flighthistorian.com/airports/AKL
Dunedin International Airport · Dunedin, New Zealand
First visit: 23 February 2018 · https://www.flighthistorian.com/airports/DUD
At 45°55′41″S, Dunedin Airport is the furthest south I’ve ever been in the world, and it’s the only airport I’ve visited to that’s closer to the south pole than the equator.