Delta Begins Work on LGA Terminal Expansion

By Michael Acampora on 13 April 2012
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Delta broke ground today on its $160 million renovation and expansion project at LaGuardia airport. The expansion is part of Delta’s creation of a new domestic hub at LaGuardia, which will service 26 cities by July 11.

The renovations will include a 630 ft (192 m) connecting bridge to link together Terminals C and D, as well as a new Delta Sky Club in Terminal C and expanded security lanes. Delta’s renovations will create 700 new jobs, along with additional jobs in construction.

Delta’s expansion project is the largest at LaGuardia in more than 40 years. The airline is also currently working on a $1.2 billion expansion of its facilities at JFK, where it operates an international hub.

(Pictured: Delta Sky Club at LGA)

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