DALLAS – The New Orleans Aviation Board has unanimously adopted an $826 million modernization plan at the city’s airport that will be funded in part with $267.5 million of airport revenue bonds.

The board Wednesday accepted one of four options for capital improvements at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport developed since Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s call in August 2011 for a study into how to upgrade the airport.

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