Re: Re: T2 & Pier D Images
Whew! that’s a relief! I thought the new terminal looked suitably bloated and corporate as I approached it on Aircoach (and I thought the ‘old’ treminal environs had been greatly improved by recent works). It’s virtually impossible to read the airport as an entity, but that doesn’t mean it’s all bad – and, for me at least, it all worked, which is all that I ask of an airport. Sometimes, they are an aesthetic experience (cf. Cork, Palma), but the railway stations of the 21st C they generally are not.