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"By the numbers: Austinís airport expands terminal, adding gates, space"


 

Saturday, February 4, 2017

 

By the numbers: Austinís airport expands terminal, adding gates, space

The Austin (TX) American-Statesman

 

                                                                Cranes rise on the eastern side of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport on Friday as the airport is expanding its terminal.

 

 

Highlights

 

A wall on the east end of the terminal at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is blocking off construction.

 

The number of terminal gates at Austin-Bergstrom hasnít changed since the airport opened in 1999.

 

Wondering whatís with all the construction cranes and hubbub on the east end of the terminal at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport? The airport is expanding the terminal, and weíve broken down the project, by the numbers:

 

24: Gates now operating at the airport. The number of gates hasnít changed since the airport opened in 1999.

 

9: Gates to be added with the terminal expansion. The expansion is to be completed by December 2018. ďThe construction is going well and on schedule,Ē said airport spokesman Derick Hackett. He said workers are currently inserting support structures and pylons.

 

36: Acres of space for expansion of airfield jet parking and movement.

 

88,359: Square feet of space to be added by the expansion.

 

12 million: Passengers annually served by Austin-Bergstrom. The airport said it was originally designed to serve only 11 million.

 

15 million: Passengers to be served annually after the expansion.

 

$350 million: Total cost of expansion project.

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