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Bricksburg International Airport
Bricksburg International Airport, the main airport of the city of Bricksburg, is finally here complete with terminal, control tower, hangar, fire department, clinic, ATC, hotel, and travel agency. This is an archive creation of mine that I was finally able to recover from the shambles of Brickshelf and bring back to life here on MOCpages.
About this creation

My Lego nation of Mikrosheison has always been a nation of peace and commerce. This policy has been furthered with the near-completion of Bricksburg International Airport, which was built and disassembled about two years ago. Nevertheless, it still stands as one of my greatest Lego endeavors, and will no doubt inspire even larger projects in the future.





Probably the most impressive thing about it is the sheer size and mass of the terminal. It would be nearly impossible to build a minifig-scale international airport to realistic scale, let alone a single building. Nevertheless, the building probably contains roughly 730,000 elements (including interiors), and I find it to be more than sufficient to handle its meager handful of daily air traffic.

This set-up included a terminal, ATC building and tower, a few offices, a firehouse, a clinic, travel agency, hotel, tarmac, taxiways, and runway . . . unfortunately, there wasn’t enough room left for a sufficient hangar, but who cares when you have a gleaming terminal to house the people? It’s the people – the business – that’s important!










Departures

You first arrive at the airport [from the city] either in a car, taxi, or bus. If you have a car, you’ll be directed to park it in the parking garage for $20 a week. If you’re on a taxi or bus, just hop off when you arrive at the main entrance. Either way, you’ll be hoarded by porters, each wanting to haul in your bags on red carts for the cheapest tip.

The main entrance is, of course, on the first (ground) level. A revolving door has been constructed, thanks to Lego set #7894. Upon entrance one will find himself in the check-in hall where one can check in his bags and get a ticket. After passing through security, you can proceed to the second level via an escalator/elevator. The second floor is where you can eat, drink, and buy stuff before boarding your plane via the four gates. Go to the “Interiors” section of this presentation to check it out.


Arrivals

Vice-versa to the departing passengers, you first arrive at the terminal via the gate from the plane you just flew in on. You can eat, drink, and buy stuff on the second level you arrived on. If you’re leaving the airport into the city, you will be directed down a second elevator/escalator to the baggage claim hall where you pick up your bags. Finally, after passing through passport verification, you’re out the door to either meet your relatives who have a car in the parking garage or catch a passing taxi to the Airport Hotel, which boasts the cheapest fares for any hotel in the area with running water.





The airport exit is carefully guarded by fancy traffic lights and little billboards.








The Terminal

Bricksburg Int. Airport is truly a grand airport, but what exactly makes it so special? First of all, let’s look at the terminal.

The building itself was easy, especially when I found I had all the right pieces. Besides the interiors, the building makeup itself only had one problem, and that was its size. With 730,000 pieces, it took me a while to even design it. And since I have a limited number of base plates, I had to figure what expanse each level should have, both depending on my number of base plates and how much room each level needed. Besides, it couldn’t be too wide and long, for then there would be less room for the tarmac. But actually, I think it turned out well. The windows were simple and the walls simpler yet. I hope you like my floodlights!

Notice that on the first floor, there is not a wall facing the airplanes. That’s because, though there IS a wall farther in, a lot of the room underneath the first floor has been converted into a parking shed for most of the airport’s vehicles. The remaining ones are parked in the cargo center. This is common with real airports so the workers don’t have to drive a long distance to the planes to work on them.

But why so much room just for parking cars instead of airplanes? All airports need a wide range of vehicles to take care of the airplanes while they’re on the ground. Bricksburg Int. Airport is not exception. It operates a large number of vehicles, including mechanic carts, generators, air pumps, sanitation vehicles, repair trucks, mobile stairways, buses, vans, follow-me scooters, gasoline tankers, baggage carts, baggage conveyer belts, cargo conveyer belts, flatbeds, ordinary pickups for hauling tools and employees, as well as a large number of others (not including fire, police, and medical vehicles, which are important as well). However, with this feature, airplanes can be repaired at the gate instead of needing a tow to the still-uncompleted hangar.

The Air Bridges







I believe the air bridges took way too long time to develop. They had to be the same height to the building, and at the same time lean down to the same height as the door of the planes. All air bridges need flexibility, and developing such a creation took quite a while. But the reward was great. The wheels (after severe development) now have 360-degree articulation and the entire bridge can swing with as great of an angle as 60 degrees without interfering with the building.

Though the air bridges cannot change height and are all built to big-plane standards (Lego set #7893), stairways can be temporarily installed to handle smaller aircraft (which happen to dominate air traffic in most Lego worlds, of course).




Notice the impressive glass shell in between gates A and C. Because there is only room for two gates at the front of the terminal, Gate B is actually not a gate at all. A spiral stairway leads down from the terminal to a door at ground level. There, a bus picks up the passengers (inspired by Paris' CDG Airport) and transports them away from the terminal to gates B and D are situated. They are not true gates, however . . . just parking ports where the passengers are loaded onto the planes via a mobile stairway.

Ground Movement













BIA is always busy on the ground. As for the planes? Waste needs to be removed, cabin air needs ventilating, and baggage needs to be hauled in and out. Maintenance is frequent. Passengers need to board and de-board from both bridges and busses with the maximum efficiency.





Though traffic is very light at times, it can become just the opposite in a matter of hours!





The north wing of the second story was not far from being completed when BIA was photographed. It was intended on feature a larger variety of snack and duty-free boutiques for passengers with long layovers. Unfortunately it was never completed, but the second story still featured some pretty nice things nevertheless. Check ‘em out under the “Interiors” section of this MOC!


Other Features





The firehouse (which can be clearly recognized for its color) is the home of two store-bought Lego airport fire trucks and a gang of firefighters. Though there hasn’t been an emergency in years, the trucks are still pulled out every day to water the vegetable garden behind the building to attract aviation enthusiasts to their lovely airport.



Near the firehouse is a pair of sound barriers to keep the sounds of the airplanes from annoying nearby parking garages and hotels. Two additional sound barriers are located beside the ATC buildings to give office workers some peace and quiet.




Finally, the most important part of Bricksburg Int. Airport is none other than its ATC (air traffic control) building and tower, dwarfed as it is against the terminal.

Taxiways and Runway

The tarmac (where the airplanes park) is distinguished by the dark-gray plastic vinyl. The tile-floor taxiway encircles the tarmac to make it resemble a peninsula. This tile taxiway leads past the control tower, through the doorway and into the tile hallway. Thank goodness we don’t have Astroturf! The airport’s runway is – what would you expect – our house’ hallway. Visit the end of this MOC to see its dimensions in the “statistics” section.

Electric Lighting







If you think Bricksburg Int. Airport looks impressive in the daytime, come visit us at night! Streetlights can be furnished with Christmas lights, and thanks to a large eBay order of LED lights, vehicles and buildings can be lit up. With flashlight bulbs, building interiors can be lit up. Though it looks dark through my camera lens, to the human eye, it is brightly lit. The runway was lit up with LED lights as well, but I was unable to furnish pictures before it was disassembled over two years ago.





Interiors

Now let’s take a look at the inside and see how everything works.








Ground Level

Remember from the first part of this presentation that passengers are dropped off at the main entrance-way? Once again you can see the fancy glass revolving door leading into the departures hall where baggage is checked in.



The departures hall offers a spacious environment to contain a large mass of people with ease. Wait your turn in line to turn in your baggage and check your flight.











Baggage is thoroughly examined by security officers in a nearby chamber. BIA never featured a very sophisticated baggage system; everything was checked, sorted, and loaded onto the correct baggage carts by hand. At least it’s good for the economy by providing a wide variety of career opportunities.





Once you’ve checked in your bags you can pick up a newspaper and head for security towards the left.







Or, if it is more appealing to you, clean and airy restrooms are at your disposal to the right of the check-in hall.









Eventually you’ll find yourself headed toward security before you head upstairs to the gates. An escalator and elevator are there to provide easy access for anybody.







Meanwhile, if you have just ARRIVED at Bricksburg International Airport, you will be directed down an escalator or elevator to the baggage claim area. If you are catching a connecting flight, you will be directed back through security and up the escalator or elevator again.


















Mikrosheison is very strict about its foreigner policy. Thus, before you’re allowed out of the terminal, your baggage is checked and you must go through customs.









The remaining section of the first floor isn’t really part of the passenger terminal at all. It’s been contributed as a parking shelter for most of the airport’s service and utility vehicles. This is also where incoming baggage is deposited onto the baggage claim carousel.







As mentioned earlier on, Gate B is actually a glass shell containing a spiral stairway leading down from the terminal to a door at ground level. There, a bus picks up the passengers (inspired by Paris' CDG Airport) and transports them away from the terminal to where gate B is situated.








Departures Level

After riding the escalator or elevator to the departures level, you’ll be able to relax while the kids play in a specially-created kid’s area or go shopping at the duty-free boutiques. Hungry? Starbricks Coffee and Krispy-Kreme Donuts are there to save your day. Traveling overseas? Exchange currency at the Currency Change department.











A better view of the kid’s area and the large arrivals/departures screen.





From the first part of this presentation, you should remember that the north wing of the terminal was still under construction at the time it was photographed. You can see how the peace and quiet at Gate A is abruptly disturbed by the sounds of determined construction workers behind the flimsy, flapping canvas that blocks sound and flying debris from curious onlookers.





Check your gate and flight info by watching the informative TV screens at the gate area, or ask the friendly announcer keeping you updated on your flight’s progress and boarding time.







Hmm, Gate D seems to be a little deserted today.







Airport Safety Measures and Accidents



BIA’s runway is extremely large, thus even aircraft that skid rarely go off the pavement. To top it off, our security measures are so strict that to this day the most severe accident in our history has been a slight skid by flight LC-7893 from Greensville after an unusually severe thunderstorm, leaving 13 Lego inches of rain on the runway. Because BIA’s emergency team arrived on the scene to extinguish a minor wing fire, no one was killed, and one (yes, only one) passenger was diagnosed with first-degree burns and was treated at the Bricksburg Medical Center. He was able to catch his connecting flight to Apple City thanks to a five-hour layover. So, you see? Layovers aren’t that bad of an idea ALL the time!










Thanks for joining me on this tour of Bricksburg International Airport, the pride of Bricksburg’s air traffic system. Let’s take a break with a donut and watch the planes from the windows, shall we?




Comments

 I like it 
  August 11, 2013
that is the best airport i ever saw! by the way i went to the airport in paris and the bus station was really similar!
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  April 23, 2013
O my GOD this is amazing! coolest airport ever!!!!! I rated this 5, but it deserves a 50!!
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  October 9, 2012
so awsome!!!
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  September 25, 2012
Nice airport! Could we form an alliance between your airport and my soon to be posted Mesaba Springs International Airport(Scudder Field)?
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  September 2, 2012
where is gate E? the statistics say there are FIVE gates.
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  June 6, 2012
Sweet airport! How did you make the mirrors in the bathroom?
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  May 29, 2012
amazing airport did u use lego designer
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  January 25, 2012
the build is simple and lacks the small detail touch, but everything is there! the work vehicles, the toilets! the grand scale of this creation is great to look at! Wow
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  January 21, 2012
This is simply amazing. As a kid I loved to build huge LEGO cities, but I never took time to build a single large structure like this. I love the colors you used,it feels kinda 80's, so it is even better.
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  December 19, 2011
great airport! this made me really want to travel now!
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  April 18, 2011
Quoting jack hayes this is the best airport i'v ever seen
Thanks, Jack! I appreciate it.
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  April 18, 2011
this is the best airport i'v ever seen
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  March 9, 2011
Quoting tj kronen dude... this is sweeeet!! I really like the detail on the interior, started looking at the photos of the exterior, and when i got to the interior views had to set aside some time to check em out- this is awesome, you spent some quality time on this one, very nice
Thanks, man. Glad you took the time!
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  March 9, 2011
dude... this is sweeeet!! I really like the detail on the interior, started looking at the photos of the exterior, and when i got to the interior views had to set aside some time to check em out- this is awesome, you spent some quality time on this one, very nice
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  November 30, 2010
havee you tried that as an miliatry air port
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  November 17, 2010
Quoting Felipe M. Cool Airport. I think you need more glass because modern airports are quite light. If you check out my airport, you will see what i mean.
Wow Felipe, your LDD creations are extraordinary! I am very very impressed. Thanks for the comment!
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  November 17, 2010
Cool Airport. I think you need more glass because modern airports are quite light. If you check out my airport, you will see what i mean.
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  September 28, 2010
amazing ambition! and very well done! so,you re improving? a new one? can t wait! too bad there is no place for an airport in cybercity! [my living room] yours is inspirational!
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  June 28, 2010
Quoting comander yum yum 12221 that is sooooo cool the interia is cool the planes are ''AWSOME'' that is the only lego city model that is part of acity like it is the whole thing. oh there is a coolsports plane coming out. are you a lego designer?
Am I a Lego designer for the Lego Company? No, I am not; however, I am a Lego designer nevertheless. I honestly don't keep up very much with Lego Company sets because they're far too high priced compared to buying individual pieces off of websites such as BrickLink.com. But I'll be sure to check 'em out! Thanks for the review and I"m glad you like my airport!
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  June 26, 2010
wow real big
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  June 23, 2010
Nice! Impressive work and size! ;)
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  June 23, 2010
that is sooooo cool the interia is cool the planes are ''AWSOME'' that is the only lego city model that is part of acity like it is the whole thing. oh there is a coolsports plane coming out. are you a lego designer?
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  May 30, 2010
this is the best airport i have ever seen it is so realistic id love to see it in real life 5/5
Stephen Abbott
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Manthan Dutta
  May 24, 2010
Just AWESOME.Love it.
Stephen Abbott
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Craig Robertson
  February 28, 2010
Woah!You should have put building instructions on that!(You might have done just i didnt see!) I'm going to mail the lego club and find out if they can make that into an actual lego set. Please make more things for your lego nation. see me creations please!!
Stephen Abbott
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Craig Robertson
  February 28, 2010
Wiktors initials are www so I see why he said that!!!Hope u have a nice birthday on march 5th wiktor.I'll be there!!!
Stephen Abbott
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craig the brickmeister
  February 28, 2010
Ha ha....I'm going to make a Lego nation myself.I might call it Microsia.The first building to be built is the palace for prince narg.I should have the first building by the end of the week. I tell ya....You r one inspirational kid. U have got cool stuff!!!
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  February 28, 2010
Quoting craig the brickmeister Ha ha....I'm going to make a Lego nation myself.I might call it Microsia.The first building to be built is the palace for prince narg.I should have the first building by the end of the week. I tell ya....You r one inspirational kid. U have got cool stuff!!!
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  February 28, 2010
Quoting wiktor woszczek The airport is now on mocpage.
It's pretty good! I like the air bridges...
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  February 28, 2010
The airport is now on mocpage.
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  February 28, 2010
Quoting wiktor woszczek What's the new airport and whens is it going to be finished?
It may not ever be finished, Wiktor...it's just an idea I've had :) It's the supposed "replacement" of BIA because the current BIA is situated in a very busy part of Bricksburg...
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  February 28, 2010
What's the new airport and whens is it going to be finished?
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  February 28, 2010
Quoting Craig Robertson Woah!You should have put building instructions on that!(You might have done just i didnt see!) I'm going to mail the lego club and find out if they can make that into an actual lego set. Please make more things for your lego nation. see me creations please!!
Interesting stuff you got, Craig . . . I'm glad you like BIA; it's a shame I haven't posted any new creations for a long time now. I should be getting back into the groove, though. I don't have buildings instructions because I'm developing an entirely new and better one anyway! haha.
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  February 28, 2010
Thanks for commenting. I'm going to try and make my own airport. WWW international airport!:)
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  February 27, 2010
Quoting wiktor woszczek Really cool! Where did you get all these pieces?Look at my creations!
Hah, I've just build up a collection over the years :) You have some nice creative creations yourself, Wiktor.
  February 27, 2010
Really cool! Where did you get all these pieces?Look at my creations!
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  February 21, 2010
Quoting Steven B can you show me how to build that
Hah, I wish I could show you step-by-step! But now that I look back on it, there are tons of improvements I could make on it myself. Though I probably won't ever build it, I've digitally designed a completely new airport!
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  February 20, 2010
can you show me how to build that
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  February 18, 2010
Quoting Maxim Schupack WOW!!! This is amazing. Makes me realise I should rebuild my own airport. I used to have one, had to brake it down, to built my planes, but you've given me the taste of having an airport back again. thanks =)
Glad you like it, Maxim! I dig your stuff too.
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  February 17, 2010
WOW!!! This is amazing. Makes me realise I should rebuild my own airport. I used to have one, had to brake it down, to built my planes, but you've given me the taste of having an airport back again. thanks =)
Stephen Abbott
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Rowan Birch
  January 31, 2010
This is amazing your a very clever builder is there room for my police car to patrol!!!!! the lighting is very cleaver!!! great job
Stephen Abbott
Agent X
  December 23, 2009
I am making a terminal building. Although it is small, I am making it a LOT more detailed (just because you used more bricks, no 0ffens3) I don't know what I am going to use it for, I have 4 ideas, but I don't know. Anyway, I LOVE this I am getting the cargo plane and I may make an airstrip. Love this! See ya ~X
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  December 3, 2009
Quoting Steffen Kasteleiner The sixth last picture of your airport (where two aircraft are standing on the tarmac in fading light) is one of my favorites of all of them - very realistic looking and creating that awesome atmosphere... To conclude, I want to call BIA a major achievement in Lego aviation building. Looking at it just makes me want to stop the course of the time for everybody else but myself, and start off into a months-long phase of building aircraft and my future airport/airfield layout. Speaking of which: since I know I won´t have enough glass facades for a terminal even nearly as big as yours, and for the fact that I love cargo aircraft, I´ll make a smaller passanger terminal and might rather go for a large airfield instead of an airport. This is also partly due to the fact that my planes will be "eating up" too many pieces on the one hand, as well as to my intention to keep the process of building rather "open" - cause tons of things change while and after building, including modifications and/or new ideas. The C-2 aircraft is about ready to be dismantled, for instance. And YES: I am able to build again:)... Hope to talk to you soon! Best regards, Steffen P.S.: Will my upcoming C-3 have landing permission for BIA? If so, I´m hoping for a big inaugural ceremony for its first arrival! :):):)
But don't get me wrong: I DO look forward to seeing what you come up with, and of course, I will be uploading stuff here and there when I have the time. Thanks for the comment! Happy building ;)
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  December 3, 2009
Quoting Steffen Kasteleiner The sixth last picture of your airport (where two aircraft are standing on the tarmac in fading light) is one of my favorites of all of them - very realistic looking and creating that awesome atmosphere... To conclude, I want to call BIA a major achievement in Lego aviation building. Looking at it just makes me want to stop the course of the time for everybody else but myself, and start off into a months-long phase of building aircraft and my future airport/airfield layout. Speaking of which: since I know I won´t have enough glass facades for a terminal even nearly as big as yours, and for the fact that I love cargo aircraft, I´ll make a smaller passanger terminal and might rather go for a large airfield instead of an airport. This is also partly due to the fact that my planes will be "eating up" too many pieces on the one hand, as well as to my intention to keep the process of building rather "open" - cause tons of things change while and after building, including modifications and/or new ideas. The C-2 aircraft is about ready to be dismantled, for instance. And YES: I am able to build again:)... Hope to talk to you soon! Best regards, Steffen P.S.: Will my upcoming C-3 have landing permission for BIA? If so, I´m hoping for a big inaugural ceremony for its first arrival! :):):)
The C-3 is more than welcome, Steffan! We'll give it the works . . . just like we did with the Orbit, if you haven't seen it yet. I'm happy to see you back up here. However, I'm probably not going to be able to frequent MOCpages too often now that my sophomore year in highschool is hitting me hard. haha.
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  December 3, 2009
The sixth last picture of your airport (where two aircraft are standing on the tarmac in fading light) is one of my favorites of all of them - very realistic looking and creating that awesome atmosphere... To conclude, I want to call BIA a major achievement in Lego aviation building. Looking at it just makes me want to stop the course of the time for everybody else but myself, and start off into a months-long phase of building aircraft and my future airport/airfield layout. Speaking of which: since I know I won´t have enough glass facades for a terminal even nearly as big as yours, and for the fact that I love cargo aircraft, I´ll make a smaller passanger terminal and might rather go for a large airfield instead of an airport. This is also partly due to the fact that my planes will be "eating up" too many pieces on the one hand, as well as to my intention to keep the process of building rather "open" - cause tons of things change while and after building, including modifications and/or new ideas. The C-2 aircraft is about ready to be dismantled, for instance. And YES: I am able to build again:)... Hope to talk to you soon! Best regards, Steffen P.S.: Will my upcoming C-3 have landing permission for BIA? If so, I´m hoping for a big inaugural ceremony for its first arrival! :):):)
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  December 3, 2009
I´m jealous of the glass facades you were able to use - awesome and very representative of real airports. Even though I´m more of a fan of what goes on outside on the tarmac as opposed to in the terminal, I must say you really built some very cool things in there: the automatic stairs, the waiting zones subdivided by chains, etc. - too many things to be all mentioned... From the outside, I love the glass facades and the moving bridges. Then the fact that you were actually able to cover the entire roof and still keep everything playable - that´s great! The sound barriers are an eye-catcher, too. I might do something similar as well for my future layout, plus seperate wind barriers with special pieces I bought just for that purpose (giant fence pieces - they will be put to the right angle later and serve as wind breakers).
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  December 3, 2009
Hey Stephen:), So I finally get back to you after many months... I´m sorry. My excuse is that at the time, I was finishing my thesis and then just forgot to answer to your request. Well, here you go - to BIA: What really makes BIA very special is the enormously detailed equipment it provides - from the terminal interiors until the vehicles on the tarmac and other airport facilities. It's outstanding how creative you were in reconstructing real airports' organizational structures and procedures - and all that within a "normal builder's budget" for Lego: you sure did use tons of bricks here, but making something similar is at least affordable or possible with a big old Lego collection. And that, I think, is really cool and important: to keep grounded and build things which - financially - are in the reach of more than a group of elite builders who can spend all their money and overtime just in Lego...
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  November 29, 2009
the contest was to build a airpot town or base
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  November 29, 2009
Quoting Steven B good idea thanks stephen abbert oh you are the lego men right so dont forget to enter the contest every week
Enter the contest.....? I didn't see any notifications of a contest any time soon. But I'll get it figured out, haha. As I have been saying, I'm a sophomore and have way too heavy a schedule to do very much with Legos anymore :( But I'll try my best and I will have fun watching what you guys do even if I never get anything in myself. Thanks for inviting me.
  November 29, 2009
good idea thanks stephen abbert oh you are the lego men right so dont forget to enter the contest every week
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  November 29, 2009
Quoting Steven B how did you make it!!!!!
Time, skill, inspiration, space, and bricks, my dear friend. Haha. I am missing a few things, but it's no doubt my biggest thingamajig ever. You should try your hand at it . . .
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  November 28, 2009
how did you make it!!!!!
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  September 6, 2009
Coming from a pilot, this is one of the finest airports on mocpages. Awesome detail!
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  August 30, 2009
Ahhhhmmmm.... O.O I'm death. It's Excellent!!!
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  August 17, 2009
It is coooool!!!!
  August 16, 2009
GREAT man but it would be best to email them to me remember its sergitojose@hotmail.com
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  August 16, 2009
Quoting Sergio Salazar OMG I LOVVVVVEEEEE THIS CMON HOWD U MAKE THE JETWAYS GLASSGLOW IS NOTHING LIKE THIS (but it will be someday) but seriously the jetways CAN I GET BUILDING INSTRUCTIONS!
Dude I wish they were still built so badly! But I think I'll be able to reconstruct one, and take piece-by-piece snapshots and send them to you. Or, to stay safe, I can just post them as an appendix to this MOC and you can come download them when I get them up. Thanks for asking! Glad you like BIA ;)
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  August 15, 2009
OMG I LOVVVVVEEEEE THIS CMON HOWD U MAKE THE JETWAYS GLASSGLOW IS NOTHING LIKE THIS (but it will be someday) but seriously the jetways CAN I GET BUILDING INSTRUCTIONS!
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  August 15, 2009
This reminds of when I built my giant airport back in 05. Though it doesn't even compare to yours! I did include a hangar though. I love the lights idea. Good day
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  August 15, 2009
First i have to say is WOW WHAT A BIG BUILDING!! its realy inpresiv! i realy like the light idea! great job keep it up! (lol 1e comment)
 
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