WICHITA FALLS - The Wichita Falls Regional Airport is going upward on its 50,000-sf terminal. The $25 million project will consist of three phases and feature ticket counters, a Traffic Safety Administration security checkpoint and a lounge area with a food court.
The first phase, which began in September, consisted of the new parking lot and entrance road to the facility. The second phase will include the terminal itself and the final phase will feature the construction of the commercial apron and installation of the jet bridges.
Other elements of the terminal will be a museum that captures the area’s aviation history with a JN-4 Jenny and a T-38C Talon, and a USO area for the nation’s service members.
Construction on the project is expected to be complete and ready for use by Thanksgiving.
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