As reported by NBC7: Expect more gates, restaurants, shops, and checkpoints but the first phase of the upgrade won’t be complete until 2024. The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority (SDRAA) has approved a plan to replace and upgrade Terminal 1 at Lindbergh Field, which has been in operation for the last 53 years. The Airport Authority’s board of directors on Thursday (January 9, 2020) certified a final Environmental Impact Report for its Airport Development Plan (ADP). The new Terminal 1 will feature 30 gates, up from 19 at the current terminal. It will offer more gate area seating, restaurants, and shops, as well as additional security checkpoints and energy efficiency upgrades, according to the Airport Authority.
That’s an excerpt. For the full report from NBC7, visit https://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local/big-changes-planned-for-san-diego-airports-terminal-1/2242299/
See also Aviation Update 2020 on January 29, 2020, at which a representative of San Diego International Airport (Lindbergh Field) will provide additional information about the changes planned for the airport. For details, visit https://www.universitycitynews.org/2020/01/05/save-the-date-aviation-update-2020-on-january-29-2020-2/
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