maiznblu_757
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Aiport Terminals.. 80,000-150,000 Sq Ft Range....

Sun Oct 13, 2002 10:54 am

I am trying to see what other cities terminals are about the same size as my hometown airports new terminal...

Flint Bishop - 80,000 sq ft.
Traverse City - 108,000 sq ft.

Thanks for your help.



 
desertjets
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RE: Aiport Terminals.. 80,000-150,000 Sq Ft Range....

Sun Oct 13, 2002 11:40 am

I looked up some info for terminals that I have been in.

Just as a size comparison, Terminal 2 at Phoenix Sky Harbor is 330,000 sq ft. Its the oldest and smallest of the 3 terminals.

The terminal at Cedar Rapids (CID) 106,480 sq ft.

Eugene, Oregon's terminal (EUG) is 80,000 sq ft. A really nice facility too if I may add.

All the other places I've been to are all a lot bigger though.
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maiznblu_757
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RE: Aiport Terminals.. 80,000-150,000 Sq Ft Range....

Sun Oct 13, 2002 12:14 pm

Thanks....

How many gates does CID have, anyone know?

 
desertjets
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RE: Aiport Terminals.. 80,000-150,000 Sq Ft Range....

Sun Oct 13, 2002 12:23 pm

Honestly I cannot remember how many gates CID had. When I was there, in 1996, they were completing the expansion. Must of been 6 or so jetway equipped gates and a handful of ground level commuter gates. At the time TWA had gate for its DC9s and ATRs, NWA had one for its DC9s and ARJs (at least I think they were operating ARJs at that point), UA had one... maybe two. They had 737s and BAe 146s to DEN and I am pretty sure the same mix to ORD. AA at that time was most likely Saabs and ATRs to Chicago, Delta was strictly Comair to CVG with CRJs. I don't recall if they used a jetway... I don't even think a CRJ was there when I was in the airport. And USAir Express (Air Midwest) flew Beech 1900s to MCI. Plus Chicago Express flew J31s to MDW.

Seems like the right number of gates.
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BlatantEcho
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RE: Aiport Terminals.. 80,000-150,000 Sq Ft Range....

Sun Oct 13, 2002 4:15 pm

EUG is a great little airport. Smart and efficent, counter to gate in 5 minutes when things are running smooth, which they usually are  Smile

Approach is like GA visual flying during the day.

I sail @ the reservoir near it, lovely area.

http://www.eugeneairport.com/

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RE: Aiport Terminals.. 80,000-150,000 Sq Ft Range....

Mon Oct 14, 2002 2:15 am

YHM Hamilton International Doesn't at the moment but will soon.
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