The old Harrisburg International Airport terminal that has been vacant for nearly 10 years is being knocked down.
The facility, built in 1986, was closed in 2004 when the new terminal opened.
The Federal Aviation Administration is teaming up with the Susquehanna Area Regional Airport Authority to pay for the $2 million demolition.
Officials said a storage facility for airport equipment will be built on a portion of the land and the remaining property will be available for commercial development.
The demolition of the old terminal is expected to be finished by July.
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