Price tag for KCI’s single-terminal renovation goes up


The price tag for Kansas City International Airport's renovation has officially gone up.

The project, initially a $1 billion single-terminal modernization project, now is expected to cost $1.3 billion to $1.4 billion, according to new projections provided to the City Council during Thursday's meeting.

The cost increase comes from a request by airlines to increase the number of gates from 35 to 39 and would increase the square feet from 750,000 to about 1 million. Taxpayers will not cover the…

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