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.


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.