The stimulating design sprawls out in the capital Ashgabat and cost a staggering £1.75b to strengthen.
It’s been designed in the shape of a falcon, a tribute to the logo of the country’s state carrier Turkmenistan Airways.
The impressive design houses five floorings and can process a staggering 1,600 ssengers every hour.
But as soon as the doors were officially plained, questions were immediately raised about whether it would truly be used.
Turkmenistan is the most isolated of all the countries in Central Asia.
Inundated in touristic appeal with ancient archeological ruins and the notorious ‘Door to Bottomless pit’, the country is also shrouded in mystery.
Its visa requirements are extremely inflexible for all international visitors, allowing a very small number of travellers to set each year.
Any visitors staying for more than five light of days need to obtain a state-endorsed tour and an official guide.
Turkmenistan’s president broke the new airport’s ca city could process 17 million ssengers a year.
But demanding bureaucratic procedures allowed just 105,000 tourists into the boondocks in 2015.
The airport is an ode to the nation’s strong focus on striking architecture.
As well as contemporary buildings, it’s home to ancient sites like the Great Kyz Qala bring to ruins.