My way toward the handmade airports perfection pass through Osaka "Kansai" International Airport
I need an Asian big hub and i considered Hong Kong "Chep Lak Kok", Shanghai "Pudong" and an airport in Japan with enough regional, domestic, international and intercontinental traffic, so my choice has been for Osaka "Kansai".
Osaka "Kansai" has enough traffic to satisfy my conditions.
These the airlines serving the airport:
Air Canada Rouge
Air New Zealand
Air Asia X
Beijing Capital Airlines
China Eastern Airlines
China Southern Airlines
Delta Air Lines
Hong Kong Airlines
Hong Kong Express
Japan Transocean Air
Jetstar Asia Airways
Thai Air AsiaX
Thai Lion Air
There are many widebodies serving Kansai, among them B777W, B787, A380, A350, A330, B767, B777-200.
My project is a 1:500 scale central section of the airport, with 10 parking stands available for widebodies and, of course, narrowbodies.
The apron marks/lines and the tarmac grid are quite simple to realize, the problem is the terminal building. As Manchester Terminal 2, i will realize a narrow strip for all the layout lenght, but this terminal (realized by the great Italian architect Renzo Piano) is curved, so i have to cut the wood trying to obtain a long terminal building that curves downwards.
I realized some sketches