Though I first flew through FLL in March 2019, I put off drawing the terminal until November because Concourse G (the southernmost concourse) was under construction, and all the reference imagery I could find was still pre-construction.
As it was approaching the end of the year, where I’d need the silhouettes of all new airports I’ve visited for my 2019 year in travel post, I checked again and was able to find enough material to draw Concourse G. I’ll likely have to update the terminal in the future to fully capture the completed construction, but what I’ve drawn is pretty close to the state of FLL when I flew through it.
Other than the reference imagery issues, this was a pretty easy terminal to draw; there were very few curves and all but Concourse E (the northwestern concourse) were at right angles to each other. I liked how the sunshades over the landside roadway looked, so I decided to include them.
Paul Bogard created these terminal silhouette illustrations, and has made them available for use under a CC BY-SA 4.0 License.