Category - Terminals

Myrtle Beach Int'l Boosts Capacity & Tourist Appeal With Terminal Enhancement Project

With brightly colored beach chairs and sand-tone flooring, it's hard to miss the local bent of the recent expansion and renovation at South Carolina's Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR).

JFK's Terminal 4 Prepares for New Anchor Tenant With $1.4 Billion Expansion/Redevelopment

This is the first installment of a two-part series about Phase 1 of the expansion and redevelopment of Terminal 4 at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). This article covers infrastructure improvements; Part 2, in our next issue, will chronicle the addition of nine wide-body gates in Concourse B, the new Delta Sky Club, and the development of post-security concessions.

Reno-Tahoe Int'l Finishes Final Phase of $100 Million in Terminal Renovations

Officials at Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) are wearing smiles these days. They're happy because the airport's Gateway Project, a $29 million terminal renovation initiative, is open to the flying public and Reno community - a month ahead of schedule.

Alternative Funding Facilitates New Terminal at MBS Intl

One of the nation's newest terminals - MBS International in Freeland, MI - began serving passengers in October, nearly a year earlier than anticipated.

Atlantic City Int'l Provisions for Scheduled International Service

With a recently completed $25.1 million addition in place, Atlantic City International Airport (ACY) in New Jersey cannot only accommodate more domestic flights, it is also now equipped to add scheduled international flights.

Barnstable Municipal Builds New Terminal & Looks to the Future

Roughly 20 years of planning culminated when Barnstable Municipal Airport (HYA) in Hyannis, MA, opened its new 35,000-square-foot terminal and 85-foot-tall air traffic control tower at the end of 2011. Airport Manager Roland "Bud" Breault says the $40 million in improvements were a long time coming, but HYA is now a modern facility ready for the future. Associated upgrades grouped with construction of the new terminal include aircraft apron improvements and a new 3/4-mile vehicle access road.

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Int'l Reinvents Terminal & Market Strategy

The recently renovated terminal at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) is a literal bricks-and-mortar representation of the dramatic contraction and changes the airport has experienced in the last seven years. The $36 million facelift and reconfiguration updates facilities for operations that used to be housed in three different terminals. Now unneeded, the other two terminals are slated for demolition in the next few years. A series of reductions in service by Delta Air Lines sent CVG's total passenger volume into a free-fall (see chart on Page 10) and prompted the ter

Duluth Int'l Overcomes Funding Challenges to Build $77.5 Million New Terminal

Just as giant freighters traversing Lake Superior often battle brutal storms to reach Duluth, MN, the port city's airport weathered its share of financial storms before building a new $77.5 million passenger terminal. But despite the national recession, lingering economic uncertainty and budget-related shutdowns of both its state government and the FAA, Duluth International Airport (DLH) found multiple waves of grant funding to move the project forward.

Long Beach Municipal Modernizes Airport While Respecting Iconic Terminal

Officials at Long Beach Municipal Airport (LGB) in southern California hope to give travelers an early Christmas present - two new concourses with resort-like amenities and service. The $45 million project designed to provide the "improved passenger experience" includes a new consolidated security screening area, north and south concourses, outdoor spaces and a revamped concessions program with street pricing. Work is scheduled to be complete by the end of the year.

VALE Grant Boosts Environmental Efficiency of Portland Jetport's Terminal Expansion

When officials at Portland International Jetport in Maine (PWM) initiated preliminary design work for the airport's recent $75 million terminal expansion, their sustainability goals were relatively modest compared to what was ultimately achieved.

McCarran Completes Tech-Rich Expansion

At $2.4 billion, the Terminal 3 expansion at Las Vegas McCarran International (LAS) is the airport's biggest project ever and the largest public works project in Nevada's history. In addition to a new 1.9-million-square-foot terminal, the on-time, under-budget project included other key infrastructure: an eight-level parking garage; a central utility plant; an underground transit system; stacked roadways; and ramp improvements.

Restoration & Renovation Lambert Rebuilds After Suffering Direct Tornado Strike

Last April, the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport (STL) took a hard shot to the chin when an EF4 tornado ripped through its historic domed concrete terminal, leaving a mass of destruction in its wake. But what could have been a knockout punch instead inspired a hard-fought battle to survive and improve.

Hartsfield-Jackson Orchestrates Activation of New International Terminal

Well before Hartsfield-Jackson International Atlanta Airport (ATL) opened its new Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal in mid-May, a dedicated team began working to ensure the transition process would be as smooth as possible for both travelers and airport stakeholders.

Atlanta Int'l Premieres $1.4 Billion International Terminal

Expectations are high for the new international terminal that opened at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) on May 16.

South Bend Airport Completes Expansion & Changes Leadership

Before John Schalliol retired as executive director of South Bend Airport (SBN) in Indiana, he oversaw the culmination of a $15.8 million concourse project that added five new gates, 45,000 square feet of terminal space and numerous passenger conveniences. The final phase, which consolidated passenger screening and added advanced imaging technology, debuted in February, just prior to his retirement celebration.

Edmonton Int'l Makes the Most of a Down Economy

Expansion 2012 is an ambitious, four-part project that expands the terminal at Edmonton International Airport (YEG) by 463,000 square feet and adds a new central utility plant. Plans outside the terminal include construction of a new control tower/office building and roughly 32 football fields of concrete apron. Originally expected to cost $1 billion when planning for the project began in 2008, airport officials were able to leverage economic conditions to their benefit and expect to finish on-time and well under budget at $670 million, reports Paul Garbiar, vice president of infrastructure an

Laughlin/Bullhead Int'l Hits the Jackpot With Terminal Improvements

With $20 million worth of airport development in the last five years, Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport (IFP) increased its odds of winning - and won. It was recently named 2011 Airport of the Year by the Arizona Department of Transportation, beating out 82 other contenders.

Spaceport America Readies for Suborbital Passenger Service

As the world's first facility built to house commercial space flight operations, the $209 million Spaceport America in southern New Mexico is being scrutinized on every front. From aerospace executives and two separate branches of the FAA to building code officials and the international architecture/design community, countless entities watch intently to see how the historic venture will fare.

Replacement Terminal Adds Exit Lane Security (& a Bit of Visual Whimsy)

With an overall updated design and the addition of devices to help hearing-impaired visitors, the new $36 million terminal at Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport (AZO) in Michigan is easier on the eyes - and ears - than the old terminal it replaced. It also has new exit lane technology to help deter security breaches and prevent unauthorized access to secure areas.

Financial Planning Pays Off

Making a case for the "Big Build" construction of Terminal B Sacramento International Airport (SMF) wasn't a tough sell for airport director G. Hardy Acree - even amid particularly tough economic conditions when crews broke ground in 2008.

Our Big Build is Complete

This project began with an overarching goal to ultimately build a terminal that would serve the Sacramento region for decades to come. The new Central Terminal B accomplishes this goal and will serve as a foundation for future growth opportunities at lower incremental costs.

John Wayne Airport Adds Third Passenger Terminal

In mid-November, airport director Alan Murphy opened the doors to the new $211.5 million Terminal C at John Wayne Airport (SNA) in Orange County, CA.

Gallatin Field Unveils Stone & Wood Expansion

Surrounded by miles of pristine forest and towering mountains, Gallatin Field Airport (BZN) in Bozeman, MT, is the largest commercial airport serving Yellowstone National Park and several major ski resorts.

Santa Barbara Airport Unveils New Terminal with Historic Design

Looking at the landside facade of the new terminal at Santa Barbara Airport (SBA), it's apparent that designers sculpted the building to fit the California city's historic architecture. What's not as apparent, but also important to airport officials, are the terminal's modern operational features, including inline explosives detection and infrastructure features to help the building meet high environmental standards.

Winnipeg Int'l Opens New Terminal

When the new $200 million terminal opens for service at Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport (YWG) in late October, officials will also celebrate the end of the airport's six-year, $585 million redevelopment program.


2022 Charlotte Douglas International Airport Report of Achievement

Giving back to the community is central to what Charlotte Douglas International Airport and its operator, the City of Charlotte Aviation Department, is about, and last year was no different. 

Throughout 2022, while recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, we continued our efforts to have a positive impact on the Charlotte community. Of particular note, we spent the year sharing stories of how Connections Don't Just Happen at the Terminal - from creating homeownership and employment opportunities to supporting economic growth through small-business development and offering outreach programs to help residents understand the Airport better.

This whitepaper highlights the construction projects, initiatives, programs and events that validate Charlotte Douglas as a premier airport.

Download the whitepaper: 2022 Charlotte Douglas International Airport Report of Achievement.



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