The airport, scheduled to start in Badgerys Creek at 2026, attracts natural attractiveness, Aboriginal heritage and solid sustainability fundamentals, the airport's chief executive Simon Hickey explained.
"Flying out of Western Sydney International is going to be quick, simple and easy," he explained.
The plan of this terminal relies on world's best practice and goals to decrease the pressures normally connected with airport traveling, Mr Hickey said.
"For drivers, our terminal will probably be about operational efficiency and reliability, giving an environment where passengers arrive in the aircraft atmosphere relaxed and ready to fly," he explained.
High-performance glass is going to be employed on the terminal's facade to channel natural lighting indoors while also controlling the temperature and saving energy.
The bordering gardens may feature plants.
Aboriginal community members were consulted on the design of this terminal's inside, Mr Hickey said.
"A link to Nation is going to be mirrored over the the departures and arrivals, making sure that the terminal comes with a real sense of place in Dharug nation," he explained.
Construction would start at the close of the year Mr Hickey explained, and the airport was on course to take passengers out of 2026.
"We're determined to have an airport along with a terminal which reflects the assurance, the aspiration and the increase of Western Sydney," he explained.
"The... terminal layout seems great," she explained.
"I hope that the final product lives up to what's promised and relies on design principles"