$1.4 billion project to build a new terminal at Pittsburgh International Airport is on pace to be completed on schedule by early 2025, officials said Wednesday during a tour of the bustling construction site.

Eleven large cranes rose above the site Wednesday, and the first structures are going up. They include the steel frame of the planned 811,000-square-foot terminal, along with vertical beams for a new bridge-like structure with three levels where passengers will be able to be picked up, dropped off and get ground transportation.

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