Pittsburgh International Airport


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  • Passenger Traffic Up More than Five Percent in Oct. Marking 30th Month of Consecutive Growth

    New and expanded flight options continue to motivate business and leisure travelers
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  • Pittsburgh International Airport Launches Aviation Newsroom, Website and E-Newsfeed BlueSkyPIT.com

    Airport’s in-house news service will take readers behind the scenes and offer features and expert commentary on industry topics that affect travelers
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  • Far From Home, Compassion and Kindness for Pittsburgh

    Our Manager of Customer Programs reports on Europeans’ reactions to the synagogue shootings; Airport observes moment of silence to remember victims, join community in prayer for peace
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  • Walter Mintus Finally Comes Home

    The remains of a World War II aviator arrive at PIT in an emotional conclusion to a two-year recovery effort
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  • Offering a Ray of Light on a Dark Week

    The synagogue shootings affected everyone in the region, including travelers and employees at the airport
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  • Nothing Scary About These Hounds

    Therapy dogs are a Halloween treat for passengers – and a moment of comfort for a city in mourning
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  • Passenger Traffic Up More than Five Percent at Pittsburgh International Airport in September Marking 29th Month of Consecutive Growth

    Growth in passengers outpacing growth in seats indicating healthy regional demand
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  • Pittsburgh’s legendary Primanti Bros. to open first airport location at Pittsburgh International Airport

    Pittsburgh’s food scene has gained national acclaim in recent years, including its tradition of piling fries and coleslaw high on a sandwich.
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  • Airport Budget Lowers Airline Costs, Again

    More people using the airport means every airline pays less per passenger
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  • On Airport Trains, Voices of Pittsburgh Pride, Talent

    Safety announcements and directions come from celebrities, business executives and nonprofit leaders
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