Mari, a Stuck at The Airport reader who works in air navigation in Georgia – the country, not the state – wrote to draw our attention to the King David the Builder International Airport being built in Kutaisi, Georgia by the Dutch architectural firm, UNStudio.
The airport is scheduled to be completed by September, 2012. Here’s what the tower is going to look like:
(Photo courtesy UNStudio)
Very futuristic-looking, right?
At Washington Dulles International Airport, the future is already here.
A 3D-looking Tensator Virtual Assistant – Dulles has named her “Paige” – is on duty welcoming passengers, offering Customs and Border Protection information and sharing connecting flight information in the International Arrivals Building.
Here’s a video (taken by an airport representative) of Paige in action:
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