Bermuda is considering replacing LF Wade International Airport's existing terminal in a project that could cost the country between $300m and $400m.
The terminal has been designed by HNBP and a brownfield site, north of the existing terminal, has already been selected, according to The Royal Gazette.
Building work could take between three and four years to complete.
Bermuda has selected an eco-friendly design for its terminal and plans for a ferry terminal to transport public and hotel guests from the airport.
Meanwhile, Bermuda says it also wants to upgrade its runway and install lights down the centre to help aircraft land in fog. It has also invested in satellite technology to help planes land.
Funding for the terminal project has yet to be secured.