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Public invited to open house at Hector International Airport to discuss new terminal

Those in attendance will learn about the airport's Terminal Area Study (TAS), which was initiated at the beginning 2022 to create a concept for a new terminal, one that is both functional and affordable.

Hector International Airport in north Fargo. Forum file photo
Hector International Airport in north Fargo.
Forum file photo
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FARGO — Hector International Airport is hosting a free public open house to discuss solutions to the growing passenger demand on Tuesday, Sept. 27.

The first of two open houses begins at noon, while the second presentation starts at 6 p.m., both in the Airport Authority boardroom, at 2801 32nd Ave. N., on the second floor next to the gift shop.

Those in attendance will learn about the airport's Terminal Area Study (TAS), which was initiated at the beginning of 2022 to create a concept for a new terminal, one that is both functional and affordable.

Participants will then be invited to ask questions, with members of the Municipal Airport Authority and consultants available to answer.

All questions and comments from the public will be evaluated by the project team and incorporated into the study as appropriate, according to a statement released by Hector International Airport.

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Anyone who attends the event is advised to park in the short-term parking lot, located to the south of Hector International Airport’s Terminal Building. Ticket stubs will be validated at the meeting for free parking upon leaving the lot.

To learn more about the Terminal Area Study, follow this link.

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