The new Passenger Terminal is designed as a gateway to the tropical island paradise. The exterior architectural form recalls the vernacular architecture of the archipelago, and its extensive glass walls, exposed timber soffit decking and trusses emphasize the open, warm character of the Seychelles.
The airport will serve 1.5 million passengers per annum. It is designed as a two-level terminal served by three contact gates and one remote stand for international operations. There will also be five general aviation parking stands. Its functional layout provides for flexibility and adaptability to change, and the design maximises operational efficiency by making best use of the site.