Saturday, March 30, 2019

New KCI Terminal By The Numbers

Quick break down of hype deets that excludes the 90-MILLION SHORT-TERM LOAN that's supposed to fund the project along with HALF of the airlines who didn't sign the user agreement. Read more:

Here's how the new $1.5 billion Kansas City airport terminal stacks up

For years, Kansas Citians have debated the future of their mid-century retro airport. In February, negotiators finally came to an accord on a $1.5-billion plan for a new KCI terminal. The new terminal, which was promptly approved by the city council, will sit near the site of the old one and piggyback off its existing infrastructure.

3 comments:

Hyperblogal said...

The city is short $700-million in pension funding, but we can borrow $90-million to kick start a new terminal. Priorities in this town are amazing.

Anonymous said...

maybe they should drug and alcohol test sLIE, he’s a drunk to begin with and his family are drug dealers.

Anonymous said...


Don't know if Sly and the family are drug dealers or drunks, but I do know one of his son's is a criminal and his daughter is a liar.