Long Beach Airport Adds to List of Terminal Improvements, Costs Increase by $12 Million
City council approved $12 million increase to the cost of the Phase II Terminal Area Improvements project, totaling to $104 million. The Phase II project was approved in 2018, but before much of the work could begin, the COVID-19 pandemic cut into the project’s budget by dramatically reducing passenger activity, which is a major source of revenue for the airport.
Long Beach Airport is now expanding the scope of the improvements, with plans to add a 30-foot-wide video board, upgraded restrooms and new infrastructure to allow skycaps to perform curbside check-in, customized bench seating in the airport’s plaza and the installation of terrazzo flooring to match the flooring of the new ticketing lobby that opened in April.
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