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Flying Bulls Hangar Airport - SatenGlas

Inaugurated in August 2003, Hangar-7 is an architectural landmark in Salzburg Airport, Austria.

The challenge in the construction of this complex structure lies in the concept of a space without borders, as well as the integration in the same location a place to shelter the airplanes from the weather.

The impressive and spectacular ellipsoidal-shaped architectural work, made almost entirely of glass, is primarily intended to house a historical collection of Flying Bull airplanes.

The structure leaves a huge open space. The striking dome of Hangar 7 rises in an unsupported space of 66 x 95 meters, achieving a height of more than 14 meters.

In addition to Hangar 7, with an area of 4,000 m2, which houses the magnificent collection, Hangar 8, with an area of 2,800 m2, has also been built for the restoration and maintenance of these aircraft.

The latter conveys a sense of dynamism and weightlessness, in which 230 tons of steel and 1,300 satin-finished glass panels have been used for its construction. SatenGlas® Sevasa, 8 and 10 mm, which the German company FlachGlas Wernberg has tempered and shaped for use.

For any information about our glass SatenGlas® or any other product, we invite you to contact us.

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2023
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