The port commission on Tuesday approved a handful of new construction and maintenance projects that could last until the end of the decade.
The projects include a new international arrivals complex, reconstructing the airport’s center runway, updating the decades-old north and south satellite terminals and building a bridge between the south satellite and international facility.
The News Tribune reports that the costs will be paid for by the airline tenants.
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