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    Support for a new one-terminal design at Kansas City International Airport has been gaining momentum as engineering firm Burns & McDonnell proposes privately building and financing a new single terminal.

Support for a new one-terminal design at Kansas City International Airport has been gaining momentum as engineering firm Burns & McDonnell proposes privately building and financing a new single terminal. Neil Nakahodo and Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star
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