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Enquirer: CVG To Demolish Concourse C

Posted On March 07, 2016

By Mike Perleberg

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Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport. File photo.

(Hebron, Ky.) – Concourse C at the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport – out of use since 2008 – will meet the wrecking ball this year.

CVG executives say that Concourse C will be torn down beginning in August, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Officials expect it will take about a year to tear down the concourse and renovate the site.

Delta Air Lines and CVG first opened Concourse C in 1994 for $50 million. It was once full, but began to empty out as Delta and defunct subsidiary Comair shrank its flight offerings and operations at the airport in the late 2000’s.

The Concourse C site will be made into space for parking airplanes and a de-icing pad.

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