While they can't service the same number of fliers, airports have been using their massive empty terminals and adjacent spaces for other means, such as for drive-in movies and Covid-19 testing. Photo: AP While they can't service the same number of fliers, airports have been using their massive empty terminals and adjacent spaces for other means, such as for drive-in movies and Covid-19 testing. Photo: AP
While they can't service the same number of fliers, airports have been using their massive empty terminals and adjacent spaces for other means, such as for drive-in movies and Covid-19 testing. Photo: AP

In a world without fliers, how 7 empty airports in the UK, US and Europe have found new purpose through moonlighting

With most travellers grounded during the coronavirus pandemic, airports have been innovative in finding new uses for their massive facilities – with some now functioning as drive-in cinemas, private concert halls ... even morgues

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
While they can't service the same number of fliers, airports have been using their massive empty terminals and adjacent spaces for other means, such as for drive-in movies and Covid-19 testing. Photo: AP While they can't service the same number of fliers, airports have been using their massive empty terminals and adjacent spaces for other means, such as for drive-in movies and Covid-19 testing. Photo: AP
While they can't service the same number of fliers, airports have been using their massive empty terminals and adjacent spaces for other means, such as for drive-in movies and Covid-19 testing. Photo: AP
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