Offices in San Jose's airport stink


The recently renovated Terminal A in the San Jose Mineta International Airport has been reported as having a horribly toxic smell for the past five months or so.
Lucky for passengers, the odor seems to be confined to office areas of the terminal.


However, that’s not good news for airline workers who occupy that space. “It’s like being in an outhouse,” general manager, Steve Newell of the US Airways station at the airport said. 


The smell is so bad and seemingly detrimental; that certain airline officials with offices are now threatening to suspend rent payments to the city until the issue is resolved, causing the facility to miss out on hundreds of thousands of dollars.


American, JetBlue, United, Continental, Hawaiian and US Airways share space in Terminal A.



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