Lambert-St. Louis Airport is almost back to full capacity — thanks to a decade of dwindling business.
The airport has had a lot of empty gates because airlines have reduced service through Lambert. Airport officials say they have shifted business from the damaged C-Concourse to the D-concourse, using the vacant gates.
Not all of the food and beverage services are available at the D-Concourse. Those facilities have been mothballed through the years and will have to get various city licenses to go back into operation.