The federal government’s Infrastructure Law granted states $5 billion to provide competitive grants for airport terminal development projects, fueling new construction that addresses aging infrastructure in airports across the country. 

The first $1 billion in funds will go to more than 90 projects at airports across the country to expand capacity at airport terminals, improve energy efficiency and disabled accessibility, and build new air traffic control towers.


Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport – $14.4 million for updating and expanding the existing terminal to replace a temporary four-gate facility with a permanent five-gate terminal.


Los Angeles International Airport – $50 million at to reconfigure and repave terminal roadways, reconfigure and update the entrance to the central terminal area parking. The upgrades will increase passenger capacity including for the disabled.

San Diego International Airport – $24 million to demolish Terminal 1 and build a new terminal with 19 gates.

Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport – $10 million to increase passenger capacity and bring the terminal into compliance with the American with Disability Act (ADA).

Long Beach Airport – $10.6 million to reconfigure and repave terminal roadways, realign the terminal loop and increase passenger capacity.


Denver International Airport – $60 million for improvements to the terminal facility including replacing the baggage handling system and will accommodate increased capacity to 100 million annual passengers.

Durango-La Plata County Airport – $3.2 million at the Durango airport for the first phase of the terminal rehabilitation program. This includes an additional 3,300 square feet of post screening area and the addition of one new gate for increased passenger capacity, energy efficiency and disabled access.


Honolulu Daniel K. Inouye International Airport – $10 million to reconfigure and repave terminal roadways. Project includes drainage and lighting on select terminal floors of the Ewa and Diamond Head Concourses.


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Jackson Hole Airport – $8 million to increase passenger capacity by adding two new gates and geothermal heating.

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