STEWART AIRPORT – The 20,000 square foot international arrivals wing on the New York Stewart International Airport terminal building should be completed by this fall.
Work on the addition, built at a cost of $37 million, is moving ahead at scheduled, said Stewart business development director Michael Torelli.
“The shell is totally up. The finishes on the inside is being worked on and the ramp areas on the outside and the parking lot are being concreted and paved,” he said. “All the amenities are being ordered for furniture and fixtures and as you can imagine, signage.”
When completed, the addition will be unused as Stewart has no international service. Norwegian Air, which provided service to Europe, terminated its flights last year as the Boeing 737 Max safety issue keeps the planes grounded.