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Old Posted Oct 6, 2020, 10:24 PM
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I think a terminal A upgrade/rebuild will definitely be in the cards but doesn't it make sense to just build a brand new Terminal C and then do some sort of rework on A down the line?
I was thinking that too. It seems it would be pretty simple to expand the width of the terminal halls to create more space, and also add restaurants and other amenities. But maybe there are internal working hurdles for behind the scenes stuff we're not aware of... I dunno. But if not, then yes, build Terminal C and then temporarily close and expand Terminal A to bring it up to date. They would even do one end at a time (maybe). And maybe I'm starting to babble.
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Old Posted Oct 26, 2020, 12:00 PM
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new article out in Express News about passenger traffic

https://www.expressnews.com/business...n-15671447.php

traffic still down by 2/3 compared to last year (no surprise). Also, currently there are only 29 non-stops offered compared to 42 before Covid.

Of interest is that that KSAT officials are in talks with airlines who would be new to the market (article brings up JetBlue & Spirit) but no confirmation from airport on who it is.
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