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Santa Fe considering new $38 million airport terminal

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Plans for building a new $38 million passenger terminal over the next five years at Santa Fe Municipal Airport are headed to the City Council for consideration.

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As part of a 2014 update for the airport’s 20-year plan, officials determined a need for a larger facility to match its increasing number of passengers as well as larger planes, Albuquerque Journal reports.

“We’re way undersized for what we need right now,” Cameron Humphres, the city’s aviation division director, told the Journal.

The study says an entirely new building should be created and that the current terminal — more than 60 years old and designed in classic Santa Fe style — should be repurposed into offices and other administrative rooms.

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