Ind. airport unveils new $1.6 million hangar/terminal

12/11/2012 | (Kendallville, Ind.)

Dignitaries, pilots and well-wishers attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new $1.6 million hangar/terminal at Tri-State Steuben County Municipal Airport in Indiana. The 12,500-square-foot building, along with other improvements such as snow removal and taxiway resurfacing, will allow the airport to operate year round.

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