INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The Indianapolis Airport Authority on Friday amended its smoking policy to prohibit e-cigarettes within the buildings and vehicles owned by the Indianapolis International Airport.
The airport had already banned the use of traditional cigarettes, except in designated outdoor smoking areas. Now, e-cigarettes are included.
Violators will face a $75 fine per offense, including first-time offenders.
The airport authority approved the measure in Friday morning’s meeting.