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Emergency Training Exercise – Saturday September 24th

HIA to conduct full-scale Emergency Training Exercise on Saturday, September 24, 2016 at 9:30 AM Exercise required by FAA every three years (Middletown, PA – September 19, 2016) Harrisburg International Airport (HIA), in accordance with FAA regulations, will conduct a […]

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2016 Open House Wrap Up

Every day about 60 businesses employ more than 1500 people at Harrisburg International Airport. More than 3300 individuals fly to and from destinations all over the world as more than 200 airplanes take off and land. However, due to security […]

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HIA Displays Eisenhower Tractor and Luggage

August 2016 marks the centennial anniversary of the National Park Service. In celebration, HIA is thrilled to be displaying President Dwight D. (Ike) Eisenhower’s historic Cockshutt Black Hawk Model 40 tractor, near baggage claim for the next several months. There […]

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Ridesharing Comes to HIA

Recently, Uber become the first ridesharing transportation provider at Harrisburg International Airport (HIA). So, what is Uber and why is an agreement necessary to pick up at HIA? Uber is a technology platform that connects driver-partners with riders through a […]

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York County: Family Friendly

There are so many places to visit in York County. That’s why the York County Convention & Visitors Bureau recently put together a Familiarization Tour to show case some of York’s family-friendly attractions. HIA customer service staff members Amanda and […]

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Bill & Deb’s Excellent Adventure to Myrtle Beach

HIA staff member Bill, and his wife Deb, took Allegiant’s new Myrtle Beach service from Harrisburg International Airport in the name of research, to see what MYR has to offer.  We know Myrtle Beach for its beautiful white sand beaches […]

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Snowmageddon 2016

Snowmageddon, Winter Storm Jonas, Blizzard 2016, Storm of the Century–no matter what you call it, it was costly.  The storm brought air travel in the Northeast to a halt, crippling some of the country’s largest and busiest airports. Harrisburg International […]

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Musings of a Wannabe Frequent Flyer: Part 2

The wanna be frequent flier is back, having recently traveled out west for a long weekend. A 5 hour flight was the perfect opportunity for observing people’s lack of “plane” manners. Bin-Hog – we all have to share the overhead […]

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Winter Weather and Flying

As we face what could be our first winter weather episode of 2016, let us not forgot some basic guidelines concerning flights: Cancellation Policy — Know what your airlines cancellation policy is concerning weather and what you can expect, if […]

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Musings of a Wannabe Frequent Flyer

I’ve done a fair amount of traveling over the past three months and find myself less and less enchanted with my fellow passengers.   There is just some travel etiquette that everyone should follow, it’s that simple. I still believe that […]

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