In a blunt report that built upon months of study by people with decades of experience in the aviation industry, the airlines at KCI as well as the consultants working for the city agreed on a key issue: Kansas City should focus on what it would take to construct a new terminal and, for now, stop looking at major renovations to the current terminals.
In a blunt report that built upon months of study by people with decades of experience in the aviation industry, the airlines at KCI as well as the consultants working for the city agreed on a key issue: Kansas City should focus on what it would take to construct a new terminal and, for now, stop looking at major renovations to the current terminals. File photo by Chris Ochsner The Kansas City Star
In a blunt report that built upon months of study by people with decades of experience in the aviation industry, the airlines at KCI as well as the consultants working for the city agreed on a key issue: Kansas City should focus on what it would take to construct a new terminal and, for now, stop looking at major renovations to the current terminals. File photo by Chris Ochsner The Kansas City Star

Move ahead on an affordable and convenient new KCI terminal

July 21, 2015 06:32 PM