A quarter of Detroit terminal's gates to remain closed

08/11/2008 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Citing a decline in airline seating capacity, the Detroit News reports that six of 24 gates at Detroit Metropolitan Airport's new North Terminal will not be leased when the facility opens next month. With airline flight capacity down 8% to 13%, experts predict the gates could stay closed for some time.

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