The $1 billion Terminal B at Sacramento International Airport opened in October 2011; the concourse partially obscures the view of air traffic controllers. Airport officials had been working with the Federal Aviation Administration for close to a decade to replace the adjacent air traffic control tower, which opened in 1967. However, the FAA earlier this year told local officials it would not fund a new $60 million tower. Photo taken on Sept. 29, 2011.
The $1 billion Terminal B at Sacramento International Airport opened in October 2011; the concourse partially obscures the view of air traffic controllers. Airport officials had been working with the Federal Aviation Administration for close to a decade to replace the adjacent air traffic control tower, which opened in 1967. However, the FAA earlier this year told local officials it would not fund a new $60 million tower. Photo taken on Sept. 29, 2011. Rich Pedroncelli AP
The $1 billion Terminal B at Sacramento International Airport opened in October 2011; the concourse partially obscures the view of air traffic controllers. Airport officials had been working with the Federal Aviation Administration for close to a decade to replace the adjacent air traffic control tower, which opened in 1967. However, the FAA earlier this year told local officials it would not fund a new $60 million tower. Photo taken on Sept. 29, 2011. Rich Pedroncelli AP

Once cleared for takeoff, Sacramento airport tower project on hold

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