Airport 03 3D Model (3ds max)

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Building 03 3D model

Detailed Generic airport sence.Include building ,tower,underground ,bus station....
High definition model.Rendered with Vray

The Aeronautics Act of 1919 established provisions for the construction of airports (or aerodromes or hydrobases), but for many years planes landed on poorly equipped land. In 1927, the federal government encouraged private flying clubs to build hangar terminals (long-range structures that could be used as shelters and maintenance areas for aircraft) and workshops. Winnipeg Stevenson Airfield, for example, which opened in 1928, is owned by the Winnipeg Flying Club. The main building is a simple rectangular building. However, by 1930, Canadian Airways Limited had replaced it with a large vaulted hangar and an appendix containing a waiting room and offices, typical of airports in the early 1930s.

In 1937, the creation of the Department of Transport and the inauguration of Trans-Canada Airlines (now Air Canada) caused a wave of construction. Dorval Airport, near Montreal (1940-1941) represents the new type of airport of the time. The passenger terminal, now separated from the hangar, has a public promenade with ticket counters and a general waiting area, which is quite typical of the Railway Station. To get on the plane, passengers leave the terminal and walk to the parking area. The control tower is usually integrated into the building of the terminal.

The Department of Transport introduced the austere international style into its airports in the 1950s. Two of the most representative airports are the Ottawa International Airport (Gilleland and Strutt, with the architect of the Department of Transportation, WA Ramsay, 1955- 1960), equipped with passenger assistance areas on either side of a central waiting area and surmounted by a control tower, and the Winnipeg International Airport (Green, Blankstein and Russell, with WA Ramsay, 1960- 1964), bigger. The new Montreal International Airport in Dorval (Illsley, Templeton, Archibald, and Larose and Larose, 1956-1960, now Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport) has, in addition to aircraft jetties, an isolated wharf connected to the main terminal by an underground moving walkway.

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  • GeometryPolygonal
  • AnimatedNo
  • MaterialsYes
  • RiggedNo
  • TexturesYes
  • File-formats3D Studio (.3ds), 3D Studio Max file (.max)
  • NID18068
  • LicenseRoyalty Free
  • Copyright TransferredNo
  • ResellableNo
3D Model ID: 185115

Published on: February 13, 2011