US$1 billion makeover for Ronald Reagan airport

By Mike Hayes27 March 2017

Impression of the renovated passenger concourse at Ronald Reagan airport in Washington DC

Impression of the renovated passenger concourse at Ronald Reagan airport in Washington DC

In the US, Washington DC’s Ronald Reagan airport is set for a major renovation project this summer.

The US$1 billion dollar multi-year Project Journey will see two new checkpoints built, as well as a new passenger concourse. The work will also include future improvements to roadway and parking configurations.

The security checkpoints are expected to be completed by 2020, with the concourse opening in 2021.

Originally designed to handle 15 million passengers a year, the airport is currently serving over 23 million.

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