For years now, most passengers, commercial, domestic and international, will have been familiar with the busiest ports. These are your local and international commuters who will be traveling by airplane at least once a year. And then of course, there those who, due to professional reasons or lifestyle circumstances, will be making more than regular trips, some as much as once a week even! This, of course, would be a bit too much for the average commuter.
Name at least one occasion in your lifetime when you have not been held up by one of your country’s busiest and seemingly sophisticated airports, some of which have become either household or world famous names. Does JFK and London’s Heathrow airport ring any bells. Being held up, of course, has its inconveniences, such as which the commuter has no alternative but to put up with.
But then there are those commuters, both domestic and commercial, who have become a lot more discerning than others. This may have something to do with the regularity of their flights. They have become accustomed to the requirements and they expect nothing less than what their checklists demand of their airport commute service providers. Airport companies caught on to the shifting winds of their markets’ expectations quite some time ago.
There is evidence in this. One clear and visible sign of a positive response can be seen in the manner in which airport design and engineering companies are carrying out their design and engineering works. Airport terminals are becoming a lot smaller than the famously familiar behemoths. Operations at these new airports are also a lot more streamlined and sustainable than the huge terminals still challenged by crowded waiting halls and inclement weather.
And pleasingly, all flights are running on time.