Airport Authority discusses current airport needs
Monday, April 10, 2006
The Authority is developing an Airport Master Plan to address how Lindbergh will prepare for its projected growth through 20-15. Even if the Authority Board selects a new airport site and voters approve it, it would take at least ten years to build.
The Master Plan proposes expanding Terminal Two with ten new gates, and building a new parking lot and structure.
Board member Paul Peterson would also like to see problems with lost and late luggage addressed in the master plan.
Peterson: We do have I think a world-class airport, perhaps not world-class in baggage handling.
Some estimates show Lindbergh Field could reach its capacity within ten years. Beth Ford Roth, KPBS News.
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