Airports are strange things, indeed.
I mean, one or two (or more) long, thin strips of pavement up next to a few long, twisted buildings with a bunch of planes connected to it make for a peculiar scene from the air. And the fact that these elements can be arranged into infinite combinations makes airports some of the most bizarre things you can find on a map. On my random scoutings of the Google Maps Satellite View I have come across some particularly unusual formations, some of which I’ve screenshot and posted below.
ATL: Hartsfield Jackson International Airport- Atlanta, US
GPS: Seymour Airport- Baltra, Ecuador
BKK: Suvarnabhumi International Airport- Bangkok, Thailand
DCA: Reagan National Airport- Washington D.C, US
DFW: Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport- Dallas, US
DOH: Hamad (Doha) International Airport- Doha, Qatar
HNL: Honolulu International Airport- Honolulu, US
MAD: Barajas International Airport- Madrid, Spain
SFO: San Francisco International Airport- San Francisco, US
ICN: Incheon International Airport- Seoul, South Korea
ARN: Arlanda Airport- Stockholm, Sweden
VCE: Marco Polo International Airport- Venice, Italy
ZRH: Zurich Airport- Zurich, Switzerland