|Quoting nomadic (Reply 9):|
Originally the plan was to use the old building as a secondary check-in area for jetBlue flights but the idea proved to be impractical.
Talking to some folks during the Open House last October, part of the problem was B6
would have to leave the place pretty much as it is - which meant no signage, or B6
-themed colors for carpeting, walls, etc. They didn't want passengers to enter a terminal with TWA colors and logos, rather than B6
|Quoting spacecadet (Reply 1):|
None of those areas he claims were off limits at the open house actually were
The only place shown that was supposed to be off limits was the Duty Free shop - a bunch of us went in through an open doorway, saw that and went down to the baggage claim area. After I had taken a bunch of photos, someone from Port came running in, chased us out, and locked the door.