MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) - The FAA is sending $10 million to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport to help pay for improvements to a section of Concourse G in Terminal 1.
According to a news release issued on Monday, the FAA says a grant that is part of the federal infrastructure law will support rehabilitation to Concourse G between gates G8 and G13.
The changes will include adding more passenger seating, upgraded concession spaces, and new restrooms.
The funds are part of the $5 billion included in the infrastructure bill for improvements at airports across the country. The money is being distributed in $1 billion increments over five years.