As a Hawaiian airport, a good portion of the terminal is outside but shaded, meaning there are a lot of holes in the roof – and a lot more edges on the silhouette.
An airport terminal silhouette for Charlotte.
An airport terminal silhouette for Tulsa.
An airport terminal silhouette for New York–LaGuardia.
Charleston was particularly easy to draw: it's a small airport with no curves. (Updated 4 Apr 2020)
As one of the few Southwest Airlines focus cities (and former AirTran hubs) that serves Dayton, Baltimore generally serves as my layover to or from Orlando when I’m not able to take the one daily direct Orlando flight.
Each country has its own assigned format for tail numbers, so it's possible to look at each tail number and determine what country it’s from. I wanted to create a regular expression to recognize US tail numbers.
Cincinnati was an interesting airport for me to draw, largely because I had to make some decisions about what terminals and concourses to include.
I don’t normally include train lines in my terminal silhouettes, but they’re so integral to Orlando’s design that I’ve included them here.
An airport terminal silhouette for Portland, Oregon.