For readers of Travel and Leisure, it seems Lambert-St. Louis International Airport is one of the worst airports in the country.
Read the article here: travel.yahoo.com/p-interests-35116807
Jeff Lea, spokesman for Lambert, says some of the comments made in the article are criticisms airport officials have already heard.
"It's nothing new. We're very familiar with some of the comments, but we're in the calm before a lot of activity and a lot of things that are going to happen that are going to change the scene here," said Lea.
So far this year, Lambert completed three renovation projects including spending $2.6 million on the dome in Terminal 1. The main terminal dome was resurfaced, repainted, and equipped with colorful LED lights. A new baggage system went in and the airport is adding new signs to guide travelers to the right terminals, parking, and transportation.
By November, Lambert will embark on a $50 million renovation that includes new floors, ceilings, lights, restrooms, and art.
Read more about airport plans here: www.flystl.com/flystl/airport-exp/projects/