Sharm El Sheikh Airport, Where Beauty and Funtion Soar under Birdair's PTFE Refinement
Completed in 2006, this impressive 300,000 sq.ft. transportation facility is comprised of two divergent terminal buildings: one shaped to echo the nearby mountains; the other to mimic the waves of the Red Sea. Sharm El Sheikh Airport, a gateway to the picturesque coastal city of Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt, boasts an architectural gem in the form of its Birdair PTFE roofing system. Birdair's innovative design and expertise have graced the airport with a canopy that not only provides essential shelter from the desert sun and occasional rain but also stands as a symbol of modernity and luxury.
The PTFE membrane roofing system not only creates a visually striking statement with its translucency, allowing natural light to filter through, but it also offers an energy-efficient and sustainable solution for climate control. Travelers passing through Sharm El Sheikh Airport are welcomed by the architectural brilliance of Birdair, which not only adds to the overall aesthetic appeal of the airport but also enhances the comfort and experience of those embarking on their journey to this breathtaking destination.