The Kansas City city council has approved $183 million for renovations at Kansas City International Airport. The facelift includes new electrical systems, heating and ventilating systems, new bathrooms, floors, walls, and windows. The work is to be finished by 2004. KCI’s aviation director, Russ Widmar, says it’s part of an even larger six year plan to add new parking at the airport and a fixed-rail system. Those long term plans will cost a total of $788 million.