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Pavement Work Progresses – Timelapse Video

Since airside paving operations started on the New Terminal at Kansas City International Airport in August 2021, crews have poured nearly 45 percent of the more than 450,000 square yards of pavement that will create...

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Baggage Carousel Installation Begins

The first of seven new baggage carousels are taking shape on the New Terminal’s arrivals level. After landing in Kansas City, passengers will travel down to the lower arrivals level to claim their luggage before...

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Exterior Fountain Work Begins

Build KCI Team Members are beginning work on the arrivals/baggage claim level courtyard fountain at Kansas City International Airport by pouring concrete for the foundation. The courtyard will be a great respite for people awaiting...

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Work Begins on Headhouse Ceiling

Construction crews are taking their work to new heights in the Kansas City International Airport New Terminal’s check in hall — just over 60 feet high, in fact. With work underway on painting, hardware, and...

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Glass Boarding Bridges – Interior View

The 39 glass-sided Passenger Boarding Bridges (PBBs) recently began to arrive for the Kansas City International Airport New Terminal. Used to board and deplane passengers on aircraft, the bridges are manufactured in the U.S. and...

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Cable Installation Underway

When complete, the Kansas City International Airport New Terminal will have 2.2 million feet of Cat 6 data cable running throughout the facility. That’s enough cable to cover the flying distance, roughly 417 miles, between...

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Glass Boarding Bridges Installed – Video

The first three KCI Airport New Terminal glass Passenger Boarding Bridges are now attached to the terminal They will provide a unique perspective inside and out. They feel bright, open and are climate-controlled for Kansas...

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First Glass Boarding Bridges Arrive

The KCI Airport New Terminal glass passenger boarding bridges are here! JBT AeroTech-made glass bridges will give behind-the-scenes views while boarding. Climate-controlled for Kansas City heat and cold, the bridges will add to the terminal’s...

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