Tripoli International Airport is built to serve the capital city of Libya. It capacitates 20 million passengers per year.
It has two passenger terminals designed with inspiration from the model of dunes and waves, shaped by the movement of wind. Each terminal has an area of 175,000m2 and both terminal buildings occupy a combined area of 350,000m2 and are able to handle ten million passengers per year, as well as accommodate 100 aircrafts simultaneously.
The design includes the construction of 36 contact stands and nine remote stands for aircraft, a total of 32 fixed and 64 mobile boarding bridges, and eight check-in islands accommodating 160 check-in counters.The airport also features a freight terminal, a control tower, a runway, a maintenance hangar, VVIP area and other infrastructure.