Detroit Metropolitan's new $431 million North Terminal had its official opening Sept. 17. The 850,000-sq.-ft., 26-gate terminal sits on the site of the former Davey Terminal that was demolished in 2005 and replaces the Smith and Berry Terminals. It is expected to handle 8-14 million passengers per year and will be occupied by Air Canada, American Airlines, AirTran Airways, Frontier Airlines, Lufthansa, Royal Jordanian Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines, United Airlines, US ...

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