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  • Allegheny County Airport Authority Providing Free Lunches During Government Shutdown

    As the government shutdown continues to stretch on, Pittsburgh International Airport has decided to provide an act of kindness to the TSA agents working without pay right now; KDKA's Rick Dayton reports.
    Read Article At KDKA
  • Airport Authority providing free lunches to federal employees

    Friday marks the 21st day of the federal government shutdown, tying the record for longest shutdown in United States history. Over that three-week period, hundreds of thousands of federal workers have been affected, including the more than 200 federal employees at Pittsburgh International Airport who have not been paid since the year began.
    Read Article At Pittsburgh Business Times 

    The government shutdown continues and, at airports around the country, TSA and FAA workers are facing their first scheduled pay period with no paycheck.
    Read Article At USA Today 
  • Direct flights to Birmingham, Memphis, Hartford coming to Pittsburgh airport

    New year, new airline.
    Read Article At TribLIVE 
  • Via Airlines Coming To Pittsburgh International Airport

    Another small airline is coming to Pittsburgh.
    Read Article At KDKA 
  • Via Airlines to start service from Pittsburgh International Airport

    A small Florida-based airline will launch service to four cities from Pittsburgh International Airport this spring and summer, intent on making the region a focus for its operations.
    Read Article At Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 
  • Via Airlines to launch service at Pittsburgh International Airport

    Via Airlines will add Pittsburgh as a "focus city" with new service to four locations, the company said Wednesday. 
    Read Article At WTAE
  • New airline at Memphis International Airport to offer nonstops to Pittsburgh, Austin

    An airline new to Memphis International Airport will offer nonstop flights from Memphis to Pittsburgh and Austin, Texas, starting later this year, the airport announced Wednesday.
    Read Article At USA Today 
  • Passenger numbers continue to grow at Pittsburgh International Airport

    Pittsburgh International Airport is on track to have its highest passenger traffic in years, and the number was fueled by a strong November.
    Read Article At Pittsburgh Business Times 
  • Pittsburgh International Airport On Track For Highest Passenger Traffic Since 2007

    Friday’s rainy weather didn’t seem to slow down anyone on one of the busiest travel days of the year.
    Read Article At KDKA