It’s a good looking airport. Most who pass through the Jackson Hole Terminal agree the facility is quite attractive. However, earlier this month, the American Institute of Architects gave the terminal expansion and renovation project at Jackson Hole their “Honor Award for Architecture.” The project involved the renovation of an existing baggage-claim area, the expansion of the ticketing lobby and hold rooms, and the addition of a new baggage-screening building. The renovation and expansion nearly doubled the size of the airport to about 116,000 square feet. The architectural society called the renovated facility “modestly elegant and elegantly modest.” They went on, “Unlike any other airport, the Jackson Hole Airport is warm and comfortable.” The project was selected from more than 500 submissions nationwide.