Transport: Model Airport

Berlin's Tempelhofer Feld, a thousand-acre open space, long the Fatherland's proudest parade ground, was made over into Europe's crack airport five years after the War. Fifteen minutes' taxi ride away is the heart of the German capital, swank hotels like the Kaiserhof, Adlon, Esplanade. Though still one of the most modern airports in the world Tempel-hofer's buildings last week were ready for destruction to make way for an even more colossal port. It is calculated to serve the biggest commercial planes of the century ahead, and to function as a centre of all aviation in Germany. At one end of a...

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