The Martha’s Vineyard Airport terminal has reopened after a fire started outside the building Friday morning.

Firefighters from the airport, Edgartown and West Tisbury extinguished the blaze, which started at about 10:30 a.m. near one of the entrances.

The fire started on the ground and went up the side of the building. A cigar was found nearby and is believed to be what started the flames, said West Tisbury fire chief Gregory Pachico.

Fire crews from Edgartown and West Tisbury helped investigate the blaze. — Tim Johnson

It’s not clear how much repairs will cost, but the fire burned through some shingles and into the building. Some wires inside were also damaged.

“It looks like the siding shingles wound up getting toasted as well as the trim,” said Bob Rosenbaum, an airport commissioner.

No one was hurt, but some Cape Air flights were delayed. One flight came in while the airport was closed, and those passengers were shepherded through the general aviation side of the airport, according to Mr. Rosenbaum.

The airfield remained open throughout the fire.

At about 1:15 p.m., Kevin Brennan, the property manager at the airport, said employees were just getting back into the building.

Several departments across the Island responded to help with the fire. Fire crews from West Tisbury, Tisbury, Oak Bluffs, Edgartown all aided, Mr. Pachico said, as well as Edgartown and Tri-town EMS.