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November 25, 2019
Baggage handling improvements at Sea-Tac weigh on port's budget
Two companies that submitted bids for second phase upgrades came in more than $100 million above the engineer's estimate of $90 million-$180 million.
The new conveyor line can be turned off when not in use, something the existing system can’t do.
Baggage flow will be tracked from the new control center.
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