St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL) received Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)’s approval for building a new, consolidated passenger terminal capable of handling 21 million passengers per annum. The new, consolidated terminal to have 62 gates, an increase of 17 gates. The airport currently has two terminals and is planning to add another one at the site of Terminal 1. The construction of the new airport will commence by 2026, awaiting FAA’s environmental review. Following environmental approval from the FAA, the airport will launch the architectural design phase of the project. “The airport will also line up airline commitments for financial
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