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October 22, 1999

Travelers shortchanged in redesign as lobbyists swarm

The $5.4 billion construction plan at Miami International Airport promises architecture of "world-class" quality. The most important and public piece of MIA, the main terminal - where passengers buy tickets and check bags - will fall far short of that mark. Its oppressively low ceilings and cramped quarters are going to be touched up and rearranged, not erased.

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