Work moves forward on a new concourse at Reagan National Airport

For Reagan National Airport passengers who have suffered the indignity of Gate 35X — the jockeying for position in a crowded room with limited seating followed by more jockeying for the shuttle to a plane — relief is coming. Officials expect to open a new concourse in 2021 that will replace the airport’s long-standing practice

Missoula airport: $67M south concourse project on schedule, budget

The south concourse, scheduled to open around this time next year, will include five passenger gates with more room for travelers. It will also include new security, an observation point and a number of amenities, including a dining area for checked passengers. When the airport initially unveiled its plans, the project carried an estimate of

Pennsylvania airport plans grounds improvements

The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport plans some sprucing up and new features in the next couple of years. The airport is finalizing designs of the extension of the taxiway to its main runway’s southern end. That will allow planes to take off more quickly and safely. The design contract is for almost $1.45 million with 90%

Construction for Lafayette’s new $90 million airport terminal underway

Airport Commission, staff, with assistance of Former state Department of Transportation and Development Secretary, Kam Movassaghi voted to approve the bid to construct Lafayette’s newest airport terminal. The new building will be 120,000-square feet (twice the size of the current one), holding two TSA lanes with an option for a third and five gates, with

Georgia airport receives max eligible funding of $13.85 million for terminal renovation and airport infrastructure

Starting in the first quarter of 2020, new improvements will begin at the Columbus Airport. The improvements are on terminal renovation and airport infrastructure. These new improvements are able to be made because of the $9.7 million dollar grant received from the FAA, $650,000 grant awarded from the State of Georgia and the $3.5 million