Pittsburgh International Airport

Sensory Room

Creating a Calming Space for Individuals with Needs
shutterstock_136137347-Converted-(4).pngAir travel can be overwhelming and overstimulating. Pittsburgh International Airport wants to support passengers who are in need of calming or de-stressing at any point in their travel experience. Our quiet sensory-friendly space will provide an environment to help you or your loved one “re-group” and transition peacefully to the next stage of your journey.

To gather input on sensory room design and features, the Airport is hosting a public event in which individuals with sensory processing issues or other needs, caregivers for those with needs, and other interested stakeholders are invited to come and contribute insight and ideas.

Event details:
Date: Wednesday, April 25
Time: 5:30 – 8 p.m.
Location: Pittsburgh Airport Marriott, 777 Aten Rd., Coraopolis, PA 15108.
Registration: Those interested in attending the event can register here .
Questions: Please contact Elise Farris via e-mail at efarris@flypittsburgh.com .
Dinner will be provided. Children are welcome, however there will be no childcare available.
We hope you will join us in this innovative effort to make air travel more accessible and enjoyable.


For those unable to attend the event, we would still like to hear your feedback. Please provide input on sensory room design and features by completing the following survey: https://conta.cc/2vE8N3J.