(Cleveland) - The city of Cleveland is considering major changes for the terminal at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport to bring it more into the 21st Century.
At a virtual town hall session Wednesday, city officials said the three proposals for upgrading the terminal are:
- A complete rebuild of the terminal on the current site, which would keep much of the current footprint
- Expansion of Concourses B and C, and the reopening of the mothballed Concourse D, while making no changes to Concourse A
- Keeping Concourse A, and complete replacements of Concourses B, C, and D
City officials will narrow the options down to a preferred alternative, which will then be studied further, before making a final decision.
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