144,000 Square Foot Terminal

Four Gate Sustainable Facility

Dining and Retail Amenities

Over 2,000 Parking Spaces

Enhanced Passenger Experience

Why Add Commercial Service Now?

The tremendous growth in the North Texas region fuels the timing of this planned expansion, and research demonstrates the Metroplex is projected to grow and can support more than two commercial airports.

Source(s): Woods & Poole and U.S. Census American Community Survey, S1901 Report for 2020 5-Year Estimate, InterVISTAS Consulting, Inc. Economic Impact Study Analysis. October 2022; Crawford, Murphy, & Tilly Demand Analysis. June 2022

The complete reports for the information presented above can be found by clicking these links CMT Market Analysis, 2022 InterVistas Economic Impact Study, or by visiting the Resource Page.

Potential Economic Impact

If approved by the voters, funding for the project is proposed to come from several sources, including General Obligation bonds, federal grants, and low-interest federal transportation infrastructure loans. 

 Commercial service will not only offer convenience and connectivity to travelers but also increase the desirability of McKinney and Collin County for business growth and enhance the city’s ability to attract leisure and hospitality industries, benefitting even those who don’t travel by air.

Source: InterVISTAS Consulting, Inc. Economic Impact Study Analysis. October 2022

2,780–3,280

new jobs to the region

$207–265M

in wages

$615–850M

in economic output

$77–115M

in taxes benefitting local, state, and federal governments

Read the full report regarding the benefits to the region by clicking this link to the 2022 InterVISTAS Economic Impact Study, or by visiting the Resource Page.