source: Summit Daily, 2/12/18, by Randy Wyrick
More than $34 million will land in Gypsum this year to upgrade and renovate the Eagle County Regional Airport terminal, part of $55 million in recent airport upgrades that will not directly cost local taxpayers one thin dime. The terminal will be remain open while the project is underway, Eagle County officials said.
The $34 million terminal upgrade is part of a 20-year improvement plan that includes expanding the terminal, adding air bridges and improving traffic flow.
It began three years ago with the $25 million in improvements to the runway apron, the concrete parking area where park jets are parked. Read full story here.