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Lambert-St. Louis International Airport’s FAA Control Tower, along with Terminal One before having it’s copper roof replaced in 2014. | Photo provided by FlySTL.com.

INTERACTIVE: Lambert-St. Louis International Airport

The airline industry has been slow lately, hasn’t it? That’s alright because we’ve come up with a new series to keep you–our audience–entertained. Once a week, we will be posting an interactive image of an airport with a few facts about it.

Let’s get started with one of our main bases: St. Louis, Missouri.

BONUS: We also featured Lambert-St. Louis International Airport in our Sizable Airports with Offbeat Names article.

Editor’s Note: Want to see a specific airport featured in our Airport Fast Facts series? Email [email protected] with your request.

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