Unified security touted in KCI consolidation

06/1/2010 | Kansas City Star (Mo.), The

A decline in air travel has left Kansas City International Airport operating at just a fraction of its capacity, and local officials say lower traffic may justify long-term efforts to modernize the outdated facility. With nine security checkpoints spread over three separate terminals, running KCI is like "operating three different airports, each terminal with its own check-in, security and concessions," an airport official says. Community leaders have proposed a single terminal with consolidated security, but such a project is likely decades from completion.

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