The plans below show the site of an airport now and how it will look after redevelopment next year.

Summerise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.


The picture illustrates the layout of the Southwest airport as it is now and a proposed redesign for the following year.

We can see that the airport in question will undergo a lot of changes as more facilities are to be added. The most striking alteration is the expansion of the northern part.

At present, the airport has only one arrival and one departure on the south, but by the next year, several of these will have been installed. Inside the airport, a number of features are expected to be added, including a bag-drop, an ATM and an area where cars can be hired. Additionally, the plan is to open more shops behind the security.

Regarding the north, the existing walkways will soon be demolished to make way for the construction of a sky-train line. As well as that, it is projected that extra gates will be built as they enlarge the area, which is going to take the shape of a Y. Finally, no changes will be made to the security and the passport control area.


The picture illustrates the layout of the Southwest airport as it is now and a proposed redesign for the following year.

We can see that the airport in question will undergo a lot of changes as more facilities (vague) are to be added. The most striking alteration is the expansion of the northern part. (That is not very good. You need to be more specific about the most significant differences.

At present, the airport has only one arrival and one departure (Not a good description. These are doors where people can bring their luggage into the airport lobby, or be picked up upon arrival.) on the south, but by the next year, several of these will have been installed. Inside the airport, a number of features (not a good word) are expected to be added, including a bag-drop, an ATM and an area where cars can be hired. Additionally, the plan is to open more shops (There are no shops in the current layout.) behind the security.

Regarding the north, the existing walkways will soon be demolished That does not make sense. ) to make way for the construction of a sky-train line. As well as that, it is projected that extra gates (That is the most important item on the diagram!) will be built as they enlarge the area, which is going to take the shape of a Y. Finally, no changes will be made to the security and the passport control area.


Sample essay:

The two diagrams show the current layout of Southwest Airport, and plans for its expansion.

Overall, the airport after the construction is complete will have more than twice as many gates for planes to dock and a sky train to transport passengers to and from the main terminal. It will also have several new services, especially for arriving passengers. The main terminal will not be any larger in area.

In detail, there will be 18 gates for planes, compared to the current 8. The enlarged gate area will be a Y-shaped expansion of the current area. A few shops will be added in this area. In the main terminal, there will be more doors for both arriving and departing passengers. In the arrivals area, there will be three new services: car hire, an ATM machine and a cafe. The departures area will have a new baggage drop service; the passenger check-in desk and the cafe will be relocated. The passport control and security area, which is located between the terminal and the gate area, will not be changed.

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