The last remaining people in this town with a memory or any self respect know that THE OLD AIRPORT was well-reviewed and earned impressive satisfaction reports because it was so easy to navigate.
Already we can see the new airport is a hot mess wherein travelers are lined up like cattle.
Nevertheless . . . The hope to spin public perception is already underway.
Here's a bit of hype copy . . .
"With construction continuing on a modern replacement for the outmoded Kansas City International Airport terminals that opened in 1972, the new terminal's opening in 2023 could give the airport the boost it needs to impress travelers."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
Can a new $1.5 billion terminal give Kansas City International Airport a lift into the upper echelon of J.D. Power's annual North America Airport Satisfaction Study? If the airport's mostly steady progress improving traveler's experience are any indication, the answer should be a resounding yes.