DIA receives $28 million for improvements | SummitDaily.com

DIA receives $28 million for improvements

DENVER ” The Federal Aviation Administration says it is giving $28 million to Denver International Airport to expand ramps and aircraft parking.

FAA acting administrator Robert A. Sturgell says the money will pay for improvement projects that will be a boost for Denver and the entire aviation system. The announcement was made Friday. The total cost for the improvement projects will be $59 million to be paid through a combination of Airport Improvement Program funds, general airport revenue bonds and airport funds.

The ramps to be expanded are in concourses A and C. The FAA says the additional aircraft parking will increase capacity and reduce congestion in the terminal area.

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