New Orleans airport opens new $1.3 billion terminal

The new terminal opens today at the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. It replaces the current terminal. The address for the new terminal is 1 Terminal Drive in Kenner. All flights now arrive and depart from there. The new terminal essentially is a brand new, $1.3 billion airport. 

Charlotte will spend over half a billion dollars to revamp airport lobby

North Carolina officials have approved spending $518 million on a renovation of the lobby at Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) — part of a project which could eventually cost $600 million The lobby project is slated for completion in late 2025; it is part of a larger, $2.5-3.1 billion renovation and expansion initiative at the

Grant County Airport terminal renovation begins

For the next seven months, Grant County, West Virginia passengers will be using a temporary modular building directly east of the David D. Diaz Terminal, which is undergoing a much-needed renovation. Rebekah Wenger, airport manager, explained that Grant County put up about $115,000 for the renovation, while also securing state and federal monies in order

Missoula International Airport continues to progress

Missoula International Airport has surpassed Billings Logan International Airport in air traffic and is currently the second busiest airport in the treasure state. Construction of a new passenger terminal is currently on time and under budget, and passengers can expect the new terminal to be finished in 2021.

Guide to New Orleans airport’s new terminal

Other than the existing runways, one parking structure and the rental car lot, everything you used flying in and out of the airport until now will be out of commission as of Wednesday morning. The current terminal is more than 50 years old, but the new project also creates room for a new baggage screening

Sea-Tac Int’l & Alaska Airlines Partner to Expand & Modernize North Satellite

In 2013, SEA launched the North Satellite Modernization program to update its outdated, nearly 50-year-old concourse. The Port of Seattle has invested $658.3 million in the North Satellite; Alaska Airlines contributed $41 million for the lounge and employee areas. The guiding principle for both is making the curb-to-seat experience for customers of the highest quality. 

Punta Gorda Airport Takes Holistic Approach to Development

A $13.8 million airfield project slated to begin in November highlights how PGD combines expansion with wildlife management and environmental mitigation. In order to add 593 feet to Runway 15-33, the airport is executing a $1.8 million project to fill 14 acres of wetlands on airport property—this initiative is financed by FAA grants and passenger