New screening checkpoint opens Sunday morning at Ford Airport

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - Passengers flying out of Gerald R. Ford International Airport starting Sunday morning will notice a change in security screening.

Passengers flying out of Concourse B will be screened in the new consolidated security checkpoint.  Concourse A passengers will switch over on June 25.

The changes are part of the airport's $45 million Gateway Transformation Project that is including new restrooms, new stores, new restaurants and more.


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