Timeline of Gatwick Airport The land on which Gatwick Airport stands was first developed as an aerodrome in the late s. The Air Ministry approved commercial flights from the site in , and the first terminal, "The Beehive" , was built in Scheduled air services from the new terminal began the following year. Major development work at the airport took place during the s. The airport buildings were designed by Yorke Rosenberg Mardall between and Following the takeover of BUA by Caledonian Airways at the beginning of the following decade, the resulting airline, British Caledonian BCal , became Gatwick's dominant scheduled airline during the s.
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The entrance of the new Archaeological Museum of Patras. The Roman Odeon , the most significant ancient monument, is in the upper town and was built around AD, in the reign of either Antoninus Pius or Marcus Aurelius. It has been restored and partially reconstructed, and is used as an open-air theatre for performances and concerts in the summer. The medieval Patras Castle , in the ancient acropolis overlooking the city, was initially built in the 6th century AD by the Byzantine emperor Justinian , having many additions from the period of the Frankish and Venetian rule of the city, up to as far as the time of the Despotate of Morea and later the Ottoman Empire.