San Diego International Airport leaders have settled on a $2.2 billion plan to rebuild Terminal 1 and part of Terminal 2. How they will pay for it all or even half of it, though, is still unknown.
Officials are forging ahead with environmental review of the whole project, a process that will take 18 to 24 months and cost at least $2 million while staff attempt to identify their financial options.
If successful, in store is the replacement of the 1960s-era Terminal 1 used primarily by Southwest Airlines, the replacement of Terminal 2’s east wing and an extension on the west side, and two new parking structures to add to the parking structure already in the works.
The airport as most passengers know it would be radically changed.