Bloomington Airport in Indiana is expected to transfer to a smaller, more centrally located facility in 2018.
The facility, which is expected in 2021, is scheduled to have more seating, and it will have a capacity of 10,000.
It will be in an area that already has a major transit hub for a regional airport in the Indianapolis area, the airport’s website states.
The move comes as Indiana’s aging airport has been plagued by problems and delays.
It has been closed in the past, and is still the site of a massive civil unrest in the mid-1990s.
The Indianapolis airport was closed in 2009 and reopened in 2013, but the facility is currently in an interim phase.
A state judge in 2015 ruled that the facility would be closed in 2021 and could be rebuilt with private money.
Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb has previously said that the state would not re-open the facility, though he has not announced a timeline for when it would be reopened.
The airport’s facility is the second busiest in the nation and is expected bring in $150 million annually in direct revenue.
The Bloomington facility, however, has struggled with traffic congestion.
The city has seen a spike in car crashes, and the airport has had to deal with a number of accidents that have killed at least one person.
The city has also had to shut down the airport for years, but has been working to reopen it since last year.