Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport may be without a General Manager following last month’s termination of Miguel Southwell, but it is moving ahead on its major upgrade plan, scheduled to take 20 years and cost over $6 billion.

The upgrades are intended to revamp both the inside and outside of the airport by revamping terminals and adding a new runway and concourse as well as a luxury hotel on site.  Giant glass canopies, as seen here, would cover the pick-up/drop-off zones.   

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