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44 APPENDIX B Airports Included in Study Participants in the survey included those currently or recently involved 8. Larnaka International Airport in Cyprus with activations of new airport terminal facilities at the following 9. London Heathrow T5 in the United Kingdom airports: 10. Pafos International Airport in Cyprus 11. Port Authority Southwest Florida International Airport 1. Athens International Airport in Greece 12. SeattleTacoma International Airport 2. Chek Lap Kok (Hong Kong International Airport) in Hong 13. Toronto Pearson International Airport Kong 14. Washington Metropolitan Airports (Dulles) 3. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport 4. Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County International Airport Many of these individuals have led or participated in the acti- 5. Dubai Airports Corporation Dubai vation of several other airport terminal facilities. Therefore, this 6. Indianapolis International Airport synthesis is based on lessons learned and experience gained dur- 7. JetBlue Airways Terminal 5 at JFK in New York ing the activation of more than 25 airport terminal facilities.