The new terminal at Indianapolis International Airport has seen a 10-percent decline in passengers during its first year.
The new terminal opened a year ago Wednesday as part of a $1.06 billion project that also included new parking facilities,
roadways and other construction. Airport officials say the decline, to an estimated 3.7 million passengers for 2009, is similar
to the national average.
Airport Executive Director John Clark said he expects traffic to increase as the economy
Airport management is also looking to add more nonstop flights going west to cities such as San Diego
and San Francisco.