Pittsburgh International Airport will be getting over $11 million.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pennsylvania’s airports are set to receiving millions in infrastructure funding.

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Pittsburgh International Airport is getting $11,031,263, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.

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Senator Bob Casey also announced that other airports in our area will receive funds, including:

  • Allegheny County – $763,000
  • Arnold Palmer – $1,705,553
  • Altoona-Blair County – $295,000
  • Beaver County – $295,000
  • Bedford County – $159,000
  • Pittsburgh/Butler Regional – $295,000
  • Washington County – $295,000
  • Zelienople – $295,000
  • Rostraver – $159,000
  • Joseph A. Hardy Connellsville – $159,000
  • New Castle – $159,000
  • Grove City – $110,000

Airports will use the funds to improve upon internal infrastructure ranging from runways to terminal projects.

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This is also just the first round of grants, with more funds expected to be sent over the course of a few years.