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  • Hurricane Michael Expected to Impact Air Travel for Thousands

    As always, check with airlines about the status of your flight before you leave for the airport. Major carriers provide flight status updates on their websites.
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  • Pittsburgh’s a Destination for Europeans Seeking Americana

    Big city, small town feel, beautiful countryside, appealing to international travelers
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  • Congress Passes FAA Reauthorization Bill

    Legislation with new requirements for passenger rights and drone operators heads to President for signature
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  • Everyone on Board

    Celebrating Customer Service
     
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  • The BIG Sort

    Airport staff and volunteers organize thousands of items for 8 th annual auction on Oct. 20
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  • Colorful Collaboration

    Artist Hiromi Katayama and local high school students install a new exhibit on Ticketing Level; More Art in the Airport coming soon
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  • Building Bridges

    On August 3, Pittsburgh welcomed the region's first-ever nonstop flight from Shanghai, China. 
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  • Movie Theater in an Airport? Been there, done that

    A few in the States, more in Asia, but PIT's was first
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  • New Military Lounge Provides Support, Connections

    Airport officially opens larger, better-equipped refuge for military personnel, veterans and families
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  • Parking Upgrades on the Way for Passengers; Some Rates Expected to Rise Next Month

    Technology improvements could include displays of wait times and a new app
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