With more 3D models coming with the advances of the IF team, today I have been asking for a kind of land “bridge”, here in Brazil some airports adopt this model, called Sistemo ELO.
ELO system, a connector
air-conditioned that takes passengers from the departure lounge to the accessible plane,
comfort and safety
Woah that looks intresting to say the least. It’d be cool to have it
Very interesting, have my vote dude!!
This would be a very unique addition! I support this 100% (I’m sadly out of votes)
Joinville Airport is one of the airports in Brazil that has this boarding system
Fully agree on that. And btw congrats on 1 year IFC!
While I do think this is cool, im not entirely sure this needs a topic considering its close enough to a building that they may just add it anyways?
I won’t be upvoting this. And I don’t believe others should be using their votes on this either. And here is the reason. When the time comes to make these airports 3-D, these systems will be built. They will render these as part of the airport. And also, we are having enough problems getting the team to build out the more heavily used airports, much less small airports that don’t see any usage. My advice is to save your votes for something more practical as I don’t think that adding votes here is going to help too much.
I agree it doesn’t need votes, but thinks that the developers aren’t looking at every airport in the world to see if they have such an object or not, it’s just a way to push it to come soon
and another thing, see that the bridge here it moves, if you use the current standard bridges it would definitely be an aberration
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