The World’s Most Sustainable Airport is Landing Soon in Mexico

Courtesy of Foster + Partners

Scheduled to open in 2020 on Mexico City’s eastern edge, the $11.4 billion NAICM (Nuevo Aeropuerto Internacional de la Ciudad de México) is likely to offer beleaguered travelers more than a little respite. A collaborative design effort by London-based architectural firm Foster + PartnersMexican architect Fernando Romero and NACO (Netherlands Airport Consultants), it will not only boast quadrupled capacity, but is being widely touted as the world’s most sustainable airport…

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Daniel Allen is a writer and a photographer. His work has featured in numerous publications, including CNN, BBC, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, National Geographic Traveller, Discovery Channel.

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