Space is a finite resource in just about every industry, and the aviation sector is one of the areas that will always find a need for space. The use of temporary shelters such as container domes becomes necessary in these circumstances. Here are some situations that may necessitate these temporary shelters.
Some times of the year are particularly busy for airports than others. For instance, summer has more people travelling for vacation in most regions. In Australia, rugby season is peak season, which means more travelers. An airport may find itself dealing with more travelers than their permanent buildings can handle during these times. More people stretch the available space resources and may cause delays in departures. A container shelter in such a situation can provide temporary terminals for an airport. The shelters are modular, which mean that an airport can get the design and dimensions that suit its needs.