Passed bipartisan infrastructure bill means $70M for Pa. airports

American Airlines, Allegiant add flights at Harrisburg International Airport

(WHTM) — Pennsylvania airports will get $70 million worth of upgrades thanks to money from the recently passed bipartisan infrastructure bill.

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“Our commonwealth’s airports connect us to each other and the rest of the world,” U.S. Senator Bor Casey (D – Pennsylvania) said in his announcement. “These investments will help stimulate local economies and create jobs across Pennsylvania.”

Airports in the Midstate receiving funding include:

  • Franklin County Regional Airport, $110,000
  • Gettysburg Regional Airport, $110,000
  • Harrisburg International Airport, $4,370,000
  • Capital City Airport, $159,000
  • Lancaster Airport, $295,000

More funding for Pennsylvania’s airports is expected in future years, as well.

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