Elegant tourist town airport terminals


Below are images of several elegantly designed airport terminals from eight tourist towns across the country. Each has a unique architectural style that immediately impresses those arriving to the community. Well done Traverse City, Jackson Hole, Myrtle Beach, Vail, Kona, Martha’s Vineyard, Coos Bay, New Bern, and Brunswick.

Traverse City's Cherry Capital Airport - Source: tvcairport.com

Cherry Capital Airport: Traverse City, Michigan – Source: tvcairport.com

Jackson Hole Airport, Wyoming - Source: jakcsonholewy.com

Jackson Hole Airport, Wyoming – Source: jakcsonholewy.com

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina - Source: abcnews4.com

Myrtle Beach Airport, South Carolina – Source: abcnews4.com

Eagle County airport, Colorado - Source: eaglecounty.us

Eagle County Airport, Colorado – Source: eaglecounty.us

Kona Airport, Hawaii - Source: gohawaii.com

Kona Airport, Hawaii – Source: gohawaii.com

Martha's Vineyard Airport, Massachusetts - Source: flickriver.com

Martha’s Vineyard Airport, Massachusetts – Source: flickriver.com

Southwest Oregon Airport: Coos Bay, Oregon - Source: en.wikipedia.org

Southwest Oregon Airport: Coos Bay, Oregon – Source: en.wikipedia.org

Coastal Carolina Regional Airport- New Bern, North Carolina - Source: newbernnow.com

Coastal Carolina Regional Airport: New Bern, North Carolina – Source: newbernnow.com

Golden Isles Airport: Brunswick, Georgia - Source: departure-media.com

Golden Isles Airport: Brunswick, Georgia – Source: departure-media.com

 

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