2013-03-20, kl. 13:41
The Hall of Plane, which is located in the newly inaugurated international departure hall, is part of what the airport calls its “learning environments”.
“An airport is an exciting environment on its own, but we want to heighten the experience with our learning concept and offer more than good shopping and tasty food. The experience at the airport should be just as good as at the passenger’s destination. We have had a fantastic response to our first wall, on which Carolina Falkholt has created an eight-metre-long work of art, and we are now inaugurating wall number two, which is focused on flying,” says Fredrik Olsson, head of communication at Göteborg Landvetter Airport.
The industrial designer Fredrik Palmblad built the model, which is to scale with appropriate details.
“The wall is an homage to all enthusiastic plane spotters and a way to initiate people who are curious into the exciting world of aviation. I wanted to take the aircraft that passengers see through the windows in the hall and make them more accessible,” Mr Palmblad adds.