HOUSTON - United Airlines is set to gradually open its redeveloped Terminal B at Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport. The revamped 225,000-sf facility is expected to have 15 gates fully operational by May 1, 2013, and 15 additional gates open by year's end.
The $97 million concourse will be used solely by United Express regional flights. More than 300 flights will operate out of the terminal per day. The terminal also has 17 food, beverage and retail concessions and a passenger lounge.
United originally broke ground on the first phase of construction in January 2012. The three-phase project, which is expected to cost $1 billion, will redevelop other Terminal B infrastructure.
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