About Harrisburg International Airport
The third largest airport in Pennsylvania, Harrisburg International Airport is a public use airport providing non-stop flights to 13 cities daily and one-stop flights to destinations worldwide. The airport lies 9 miles southeast of the downtown of Harrisburg, in Lower Swatara Township. Covering an area of about 680 acres, Harrisburg International Airport features a variety of facilities, including one asphalt paved runway, ample parking, easy highway access, excellent food, shorter lines, and numerous flight options with 6 primary airlines to the world’s destinations.
There are 34 aircraft based on the field of Harrisburg International Airport, such as jet airplanes, multiple-engine airplanes, military aircraft, and single-engine airplanes. The major aircraft operations Harrisburg International Airport provides are commercial, local general aviation, and military.