Monaco Air building a new terminal in Duluth

Monday, November 16, 2015

It’s a big year for Monaco Air Duluth, the general aviation hub at the Duluth International Airport.

The company is building a new $4 million terminal that will triple its space, raise its profile and provide the high-end amenities that executives, dignitaries and celebrities who make stops in Duluth in private planes expect during their travels.

That, combined with an expansion for U.S. Customs quarters at Monaco Air, positions the general aviation terminal for future growth for flights not served at the airport’s main passenger terminal. And it’s all happening as Monaco Air this month marks 10 years in Duluth.

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