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How Were The Big Airports Built?

Posted on November 27, 2013

For most people, airports are places to rush through and minimize time in. You select the security line that looks the fastest, then hunt down the free Wi-Fi.


The airport, however, holds a special place in the urban landscape. Its evolution, from close-in Love Field where JFK and Jackie landed in Dallas, to far-flung outpost like Denver International, reflects changes not only in travel but in the culture.

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Related Topics: airlines, airports, business travel

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