Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport opened a renovated portion of its Terminal B this week as part of a $2.7 billion terminal improvement project.

Now open are gates B4 through B11, as well as the corresponding ticketing hall, two baggage claims, two terminal entrances and a security checkpoint. Also reopened as part of the renovation was an 1,800-space parking garage. 

Six new concessions, including a Dunkin’ Donuts, a Hudson News and a Texas Marketplace, are also opening in the secured area between gates B4 and B10.

DFW expects to reopen gates B18 through B23 in early 2017. The final phase of Terminal B work, on gates B12 through B17, is scheduled for the end of 2017.

The $2.7 billion project, which began in 2010, also included renovations of Terminals A, C and E. Work is continuing on Terminal E through 2017 and the renovation of Terminal A is expected to be finished this year.

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