SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Lindbergh Field officials announced Tuesday that 600 parking spaces in the short-term lot that was closed for construction at Terminal 2 have been reopened.
The parking lot now has a total of 1,300 spots.
The lot was completely closed in April 2011 to give room for the $1 billion terminal expansion project, which includes a dual-level roadway for arriving and departing passengers.
About 700 spaces were brought back last July, according to the airport.
Six of the 10 planned new gates in Terminal 2 have gone into service. New restaurants and stores have also opened.
A grand opening celebration is planned for August.
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