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SLC Airport Will Be Remodeled

SLC Airport Will Be Remodeled



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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Travelers flying in and out of the Salt Lake City International Airport may be inconvenienced over the next year and a half because of remodeling.

The long-planned remodeling will begin May 16th.

Airport spokeswoman Barbara Gann said there will be some impact to passengers, and in the meet and greet areas.

Gann said there will be a lot of construction work on Terminals one and two.

This will be the first project to impact passengers since the airport expanded screening checkpoints in 2002.

Remodeling includes the addition of three new passenger screening lanes. New convenience stores will also be added. The bag-claim and ticket lobbies also will be remodeled and current kiosks will be relocated.

The entire project is estimated to cost between 25 (M)million-dollars and 36 (M) million-dollars. Work is scheduled for completion in twelve to 18 months.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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