JetScreamer24 
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Re: “How KCI could go from three terminals to one terminal in four years

This airport is way over due to be replaced. At the time that it was built, it was a innovative design. The ease of going from car to plane was its greatest attribute. But that quickly went away as airport security started an increasingly larger presence. Now the pluses the airport had are now its Achilles heel.
The amount of money that has been spent in security equipment and personnel has skyrocketed since Sept. 11th. The gate areas are uncomfortably crowded even after the expansion of early 2000. The restaurants and shops are pretty much isolated to the gates and airlines that they are close to and to the terminals they are in. There is a large amount of waste in regards to fuel and vehicles to transport passengers form terminal to terminal and to the parking lots. These are just a few of the major points.
Having everything in one terminal would eliminate the cost of what, in essence, it costs to operate 3 separate terminals. No other major airport in the country uses this design and for good reason, it is inefficient and wasteful, for both passengers and the airlines. It is time for a new airport, and has been for many years.

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Posted by JetScreamer24 on 10/22/2012 at 9:10 PM

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