The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 74 (1996) > Issues > Issue 4 > Southampton International Airport Terminal
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Southampton International Airport Terminal

The airport at Eastleigh, Southampton, is one of the largest established airports on the south coast. It is particularly well served with surface transport links: Southampton is 5 miles to the south; the M27 motorway is within a mile and the rail station, within 50 miles of the Passenger Terminal, making it possible to get to London Waterloo in less than an hour. J.A. Rushton

Author(s): Rushton, JA

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