A new USD39.5 million terminal at San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport in California will begin operations on 2 November 2017.
The 56,000 ft² (17,069 m²) building is about five times the size of the previous terminal.
There are six gates in the new terminal, including two with passenger boarding bridges (PBBs) from ThyssenKrupp. A new baggage-handling system (BHS) with a single carousel was supplied by Daifuku Logan.
Q&D Construction was the general contractor and RS&H the architect.
Funding for the new terminal came from Federal Aviation Administration grants, airport revenues, and Passenger Facility Charges (PFC).
The new, larger terminal enables San Luis Obispo to handle narrow-body aircraft (such as the A319 or B-737) on a regular basis.