These come to mind:
: Concourse A is under renovation and is home to a lot of the LCC's. The North Satellite is still largely UA
(the outside of the satellite still makes it look like opening day 1972, and the south satellite doesn't look much better on the outside), but also has an Air Canada flight, Alaska/Horizon lease gates there now, and I've heard USAir is moving there to tie in with UA
, and they have redone the area around N9 and the concessions area. Concourse C is still American and Alaska, but it's been updated and looks better. Finally, in the main terminal, the area near baggage claim and the subway areas have all been redone. Probably more I'm missing, but that largely covers it.
- New Int'l. terminal, and of course B & C for UAL, finished in 1987 I think? I love those terminals! I'm sure AA
has updated/expanded their areas as well at ORD
to keep pace with UA
: Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe UA
had some remodelling done at C and part of D, and now have their own customs/immigration area at the end of C (C1-C8 I believe), so that they don't have to send customers on people movers to the main terminal to customs and then have them go back to C/D for connecting flights. UA
also uses D, as does AA
, bmi, and a few others I think.
: International Terminal was built in the late 80's, and then now it's been closed for remodeling again, now that the NEW
int'l terminal is open, which the old one can't hold a candle to from what I gather...
: The whole airport was basically destroyed in stages and rebuilt, and what a HUGE improvement! New control tower, new parking garages, Where D and E are now, used to be a concourse with numbered gates that resembles C & D at IAD
today. Delta basically owned D and used to run their Asian routes from there, and there was TWA and Continental also, which CO
is still there. HP
I think leases a gate in D also. The LH
nonstop to FRA
uses one of the port gates, as does Hawaiian and Mexicana. UAL owns E, and I believe part of the plan is to eventually extend the E concourse. The MAX light rail line has a station there, too, opened in either 2001 or 2002, not sure which. Overall, PDX
is a great airport to fly through now...they've made great strides, and the drive in to the terminal is very nicely landscaped, thanks to the airlines that pay high landing fees!
Also at PDX
, the A, B, and C concourses have just been completed. Horizon uses A, Alaska and NW
use B and C, as does Southwest, and probably F9
Those are the ones I know about, anyways. Whew!
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