Construction should begin soon on the large terminal expansion at Kelowna International Airport.
The city this week issued a $70 million building permit for the airport project.
The terminal expansion at YLW is part of a $108 million expansion project which was delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The expansion, expected to be complete by 2026 will increase the airport's security screening area and expand the departures lounge, while increasing food and beverage options.
About 5,590 square-metres will be added to the terminal building, while 1,200 square-metres of existing space will be renovated.
Passengers will see changes to parking in long-term Lot A and restricted access into the terminal building from the south end of the building, while demolition work will start in the security screening area.