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Duluth Airport Wins 'Project of the Year' Award

Updated: 04/18/2014 4:03 PM
Created: 04/18/2014 3:56 PM WDIO.com
By: Darren Danielson

The new terminal at the Duluth International Airport is bigger and better - and now it is also an award-winner. 

The Minnesota Council of Airports has given  the Duluth International Airport the 2013 Project of the Year Award.

The reconstruction of the new 110-thousand square foot passenger terminal is LEED certified for energy and environmental design. 

It now has a 400-seat passenger secure waiting area, 4 jet bridges, free WiFi, charging stations, streamlined security, and a full-service restaurant.

And there's still more to come, the new parking ramp will be completed this fall.

Courtesy: Duluth Airport Authority

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