As they lose traffic, once bustling airports have space to rent
from The New York Times
The fate of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport may be a portent for other airports serving smaller cities around the United States. Once the main hub of Trans World Airlines, the airport offered as many as 475 departures a day. But now, there are just 256 daily departures, leaving half the concourses at the older of its two terminals vacant and the airport scrambling to find new, revenue-generating uses for the space.
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