Texas airport to renovate terminal for 2011 Super Bowl

02/3/2010 | Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

The Dallas/Fort Worth Airport hopes more corporate jets will visit its runways next year, when the Super Bowl is held in Texas. The airport plans to renovate for general aircraft a closed terminal previously used by American Eagle. The $3 million project could house more than 70 corporate jets, compared to the current facility, which has room for 30 jets.

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