Memphis approves contract for expanded security checkpoint

Pressed for space to deploy full-body scanners, Tennessee's Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority on Thursday approved a $7 million construction contract for the expansion of security checkpoint B at Memphis International Airport. Demolition work is expected to begin within 30 days, and construction should take about a year, officials said. When the project is complete, the airport's busiest security checkpoint will have seven screening lanes, compared to four lanes today.

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