ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Renovations at the Sunport are getting underway. Airport officials say temporary walls will start going up this week around the old Tia Juanita’s Restaurant on the third floor.
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The plans include moving the TSA checkpoint and adding a food court in that old space. A bulk of the work on the $85 million project is set to begin early next year.
This is the largest renovation at the Sunport in 30 years.