KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KSHB) – Kansas City International Airport is set to open a new terminal in March. However, work is still underway.
The terminal will be connected and will be the largest all-glass boarding bridge operator in the country.
“I think the experience of this high ceiling bright light, lots of windows will make it a lot easier, a lot more pleasurable of a first step into the facility,” said Justin Meyer, deputy director of the Kansas City Aviation Department.
“The larger hold room areas allow for a lot more connectivity and just a lot more passenger traffic into and out,” said Dan Brownlee, Southwest Airlines manager.
Over the summer, data cables and gate signs were installed.
To see progress on the new terminal, click here.