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Craig Matsumoto
10/29/2007

2:05 PM -- Just in time for the holidays, Mineta San Jose International Airport is getting short on parking.

For those who've never been here, Silicon Valley's airport is one of our great inside jokes. Especially Terminal C, the one built when San Jose was just a farm town. Folks arriving there must wonder if they landed in Boise (except Boise's airport is newer and much nicer, and the WiFi is free).

Our airport is working on improvements, but the place is a mess of construction in the meantime. It's all going to look better when the new terminal and parking structure go up. But that's going to be a long three-year wait.

— Craig Matsumoto, West Coast Editor, Light Reading

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