Colorado Springs Airport Begins First Floor Rehabilitation

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Colorado Springs, CO – The Colorado Springs Airport (COS) has begun construction on the first floor of the building. The rehabilitation will include new flooring, LED lighting, paint, as well as raised ceilings and updated restrooms. In addition to the rehabilitation, new escalators will also be installed.

“This construction project will bring a fresh look to the first floor and bring consistency and fluidity to the rest of the terminal design,” said, Greg Phillips, Director of Aviation for the Colorado Springs Airport.

The project will take place in phases and is scheduled to be completed by spring of 2020. During construction, there will be signage alerting passengers of any changes.  While the rental car counters will be temporarily relocated during construction, COS doesn’t anticipate the project to hinder traveler’s plans.

COS will post construction alerts on and will provide updates on social media as well.

When you say “yes’ to COS you’re saying “hello” to hassle free travel and “goodbye” to getting your daily steps in before you even arrive. Flying out of the Colorado Springs Airport is the smart choice for easy travel to great destinations. Look before you book at and say “yes” to COS! COS currently serves 13 nonstop options to over 300 connecting destinations worldwide. COS offers simple parking, easy check-in, and a short drive home.­

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