Kansas City will open a new $1.5 billion airport on February 28.
KANSAS CITY, MO (AP) — The new $1.5 billion Kansas City International Airport will open Feb. 28. The city said on Monday that the opening of the single-terminal airport will take place on time and within budget.
The city began building the airport four years ago after a sometimes bitter struggle to replace the three-terminal airport that opened in 1972.
The terminal is the largest infrastructure project in the history of the city. It has 40 gates, expandable to 50 gates. The new terminal will provide up to 50 places to eat and shop. The concession companies hope to fill at least 800 jobs before the airport opens.
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