MU architecture students share airport design plans

Monday, May 10, 2010 | 10:03 a.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — The Columbia Regional Airport is getting some help with possible plans to renovate its passenger terminal.

Senior students in the University of Missouri's architectural design program will share their ideas with airport officials and Columbia City Council members on Tuesday afternoon. Architecture professor Binyamin Schwarz called the plans "very attainable and accessible."

The airport has seen a resurgence of late with daily regional jet service on Delta Air Lines. Columbia last had jet service a decade ago and until recently was served by a succession of smaller, regional carriers.


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