DIA’s Major Airlines Dispute Aspects of $1.3B Deal for Terminal Renovation


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According to The Denver Post, DIA’s major airlines have requested a four-month delay on renovations that include moving its main security checkpoints upstairs, expanding passenger capacity, and adding food and retail options. The airlines reportedly object to security plans, overall costs and other aspects of the 34-year partial privatization arrangement, as well as its duration.

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