Sacramento International Airport is planning six infrastructure improvement projects worth $1.3 billion, the largest construction initiative in the California airport’s history. The airport plans to expand both of its concourses with new gates, ticket counters, baggage claim facilities and office space, as well as building a pedestrian walkway between terminals, a new parking garage and
Nashville International Airport unveils its renovated and reimagined Grand Lobby, which includes 14 additional TSA security lanes and immersive digital displays and art installations welcoming travelers. Later this year, the airport plans to add a new on-airport hotel and international arrivals facility.
Denver International Airport is wrapping up the second phase of its massive, $1.3 billion renovation project, which focuses on security checkpoints. A final set of renovations is in the design phase, which will offer improvements to everything from seating to electronics.
The new $2.7 billion Terminal A at Newark Liberty International Airport will open Jan. 12, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced. United Airlines, JetBlue, Air Canada and American Airlines will use the new terminal, which will open with 21 of its 33 gates operational, and Delta Air Lines is to join
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport in Texas is planning $6.5 billion in projects over the next 20 years. Among the first priorities is a new 10-gate concourse, with construction to begin before the end of the decade.
Burrell Aviation has started pre-development work on a 53-acre site at Louisiana’s Baton Rouge Metro Airport that could transform the airport into a hub for cargo and aviation-related activities. The investment could eventually total as much as $183 million as tenants are sought among air freight, aerospace and defense companies, cold-storage businesses and companies specializing