Kansas City airport considers building new terminal

05/13/2013 | Kansas City Star (Mo.), The

Kansas City International Airport is considering building a new single terminal to replace its three 1970s-era terminals. "The current terminal is not easy to operate in and out of, from an airline perspective, especially as it's growing," said aviation consultant Mark Perryman, whose company is working on the terminal plan for the airport in Kansas City, Mo.

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