Work on Cheyenne Airport Terminal to Start in Late 2016

Crews are set to begin work to make way for a new passenger terminal at the Cheyenne Regional Airport.

Fri July 08, 2016 - West Edition
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Crews are set to begin work to make way for a new passenger terminal at the Cheyenne Regional Airport.
Crews are set to begin work to make way for a new passenger terminal at the Cheyenne Regional Airport.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) Crews are set to begin work to make way for a new passenger terminal at the Cheyenne Regional Airport.

The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reports that the airport's assistant director of aviation, Jim Schell, said ground work should begin in about four to six weeks.

Construction on the terminal building is expected to begin in September and be completed in about a year.

Plans for the project include the passenger terminal, construction of a new passenger parking lot and an apron for aircraft storage.

For more information, visit http://www.wyomingnews.com.




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