New Plan To Fill Empty Concourses At Lambert Airport

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BRIDGETON, MO (KTVI)-- Lambert airport has come up with a new plan to try to fill empty concourses at the airport.

Airport officials say they're exploring turning the vacant space formerly used as airline gates, into offices or perhaps into a museum or art gallery.

The airport says the entire "B" and "D" concourses are now empty and they can't merely wait around hoping that airline service returns to Lambert.