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On 12/5/2021 at 11:52 AM, ZUMAN2 said:

CHS is looking into ways to expand the airport campus with a new temporary modular concourse and other temporary additions.

Airport leaders discuss temporary terminal, parking lots as part of needed expansion | WCBD News 2 (counton2.com)

Per an article today in the Post and Courier,  plans are underway to add 3 temporary boarding gates this summer at the end of Concourse A.

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Charleston airport officials announced yesterday a 20 year expansion plan for CHS.

The expansion includes two new concourses, one on each side of the existing terminal building, a new parking garage, and a new surface parking.  The expansion will net 11 new gates.

Long-term expansion plan revealed for Charleston International Airport (live5news.com)

The article states the airport services 2.6M passengers annually but I believe the airport is on track for 5.1M this year.

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On 7/21/2022 at 10:35 AM, ZUMAN2 said:

A couple of notes on CHS:

  • CHS is on pace to pass the 5M passenger count for 2022
  • the three new temporary gates will be installed by August.  At least one gate is now operational (gate A2A)

This update is a month old but CHS has added 2 gates (A6 & A7) in Concourse A.  I was under the impression these would be temporary gates as noted above but it looks to be permanent.  

Gate A2A was opened in July.

https://charlestonbusiness.com/news/aerospace/82602/

Total expansion cost was $11.5MM.

 

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