Designed by Vidal y Asociados arquitectos, Zaragoza Airport is located in Zaragoza, Spain. The building is composed of 11 modules, set in an alternative pattern in such a way that it resembles water movement, appropriate to the airports original purpose. The design stands out for its functionality and responds to three basic principles: flexibility, articulation and openness. The modular structure will allow growth into necessary areas, the layout allows for a sequential flow of passengers and the maximisation of natural light encourages openness. The external of the airport has also been landscaped preserving the maximum of green areas circumscribing the Terminal.
Expo Zaragoza has also seen a Zaha Hadid-designed bridge, which will be officially opened on the 13th June, added to the landscape. Following the exposition, Zaragoza itself will continue to undergo a transformation with building works taking place throughout the city.