Terminal A was designed to handle 9 million passengers, but had at least 11 million in 2017; Terminal One is designed to move 18 million at full capacity, and hopefully erase the terminal’s notorious reputation.

Terminal B will be replaced by Terminal Two, which is in the middle of a $35 million design phase.

The project is projected to be completed in 2022, and will host 33 gates (which can be expanded to 45), and will encompass as much as 1 million square feet.