Columbia OKs plan to pave way for new terminal at airport

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COLUMBIA, Mo. – The Columbia City Council has approved construction projects that will lead to a new terminal at the Columbia Regional Airport.

The council on Monday authorized City Manager Mike Matthes to proceed with a $2.2 million hangar relocation and construction of a $1.58 million apron and taxiway.

The Columbia Daily Tribune reports the new hangar is expected to cost $2.2 million.

The city will own the land but Central Missouri Aviation will own the hangar.

Information from: Columbia Daily Tribune,

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