Two-Year Anniversary of Terminal A Demolition – Video
Two years ago today on July 29, 2019, the last of Terminal A was razed to make way for a modern New Terminal at Kansas City International Airport. At just over one million square feet, the Kansas City International Airport New Terminal is the largest single infrastructure project in the city’s history. It will have a profound and lasting economic impact on the region in the form of new jobs, opportunities for local and small businesses, and as a first-class traveler experience for airport users. Completion is estimated for March 2023. With 39 gates and the ability to expand to 50 in the future, the project will also include a 6,300-space parking structure along landside and airside improvements. The New Terminal will support more efficient airline operations and allow airport users to enjoy the conveniences of modern air travel in a facility with updated technology and amenities, close parking, spacious gate areas, and ample food and beverage options. Kansas City is being recognized more and more as a world-class city. The KCI New Terminal will greet visitors with a warm Kansas City welcome and send hometown travelers off in style. Thank you to the Build KCI team for keeping the project on-time and on-budget! Watch the time lapse video.