New terminal plan nearly doubles gates at Bradley



By BRIAN DOWLING and MARA LEE The Hartford Courant

Publication: The Day

Published 07/12/2012 12:00 AM
An ambitious expansion of Bradley International Airport, with an additional terminal and parking garage, would benefit the region’s economy while making travel smoother for Connecticut residents and visitors, according to a detailed new plan.

The plan – parts of which may not come about until demand materializes, which could take many years – includes a 19-gate terminal at the location of the old Murphy Terminal, which closed in 2010 as the oldest terminal at any major U.S. airport.

A parking garage with consolidated car rental facilities would rise where the surface lot is now located in front of the Murphy Terminal, and the airport would have its own power plant on site. To continue reading click here.


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