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Outside The Newly Constructed Detroit Metropolitan Airport Terminal, September 1958

Outside The Newly Constructed Detroit Metropolitan Airport Terminal, September 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 26, 1958
Caption
NEW DETROIT TERMINAL: This is a view of the front of the $8 1/2 million terminal at Detroit Metropolitan Airport which will be officially put into use Wednesday. The picture is taken from a roadway ramp leading past the entrance to the second-floor level. From here, attendants will drive passengers' cars to a 3,000-space lot below.

American Airlines Gate In The Newly Constructed Detroit Metropolitan Airport, September 1958

American Airlines Gate In The Newly Constructed Detroit Metropolitan Airport, September 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 26, 1958
Caption
WAITING ROOMS PROVIDED AT SIX GATES: At each gate in American Airlines' soundproofed concourse is an area where passengers and others may wait for arriving planes. A branch ticket counter and luggage-weighing facilities are nearby for passengers late in arriving at the terminal. Also lining the concourse are operations and other offices of American Airlines.

Exterior Of The Newly Constructed Detroit Metropolitan Airport, September 1958

Exterior Of The Newly Constructed Detroit Metropolitan Airport, September 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 26, 1958
Caption
EXIT ON GROUND LEVEL: Deplaning passengers and others will use the lower level as an exit. Attendants will bring cars from a nearby lot to a ground floor door. The ramp (center) is the entranceway, leading from an elevated roadway to the main lobby of the glass and steel terminal building. The modern terminal is part of a $25,000,000 project.