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Driving Directions

Directions to the Airport From Downtown Pittsburgh Go through Fort Pitt tunnels to I-376 West approximately 14 miles to Airport Exit 53. From the North Traveling Southbound on I-79 : (for example from Erie, New York, etc.) On I-79 South, exit 59B (Pittsburgh Inter...
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Meeting Passengers

Dropping Off or Picking Up Passengers Before you leave to pick-up someone from the airport, use the Flight Information / Arrivals Page. You can check to see if the flight is on time and which baggage carousel will be used. You may pick up passengers at the arrivals curb dir...
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Safety & Security

Air traveler safety is the top priority at Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT). Since September 11, 2001, safety and security have been greatly enhanced at PIT, as well as throughout the entire aviation industry. The Allegheny County Airport Authority will continue working...
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Transportation Security Administration

Travel Safety Questions Answered by the Transportation Security Administration Preparing for travel may be stressful, but it doesn’t need to be. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) offers a series current travel tips to help keep your experience safe and enjoyab...
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Things to do in Pittsburgh

Once a center for heavy industry, Pittsburgh has grown into a beautiful, green city known for education, healthcare and technology. This vibrant city continues to amaze visitors with it’s neighborhood charm, unique and walkable terrain, rich history and diverse offerings. ...
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History & Recognition

Pittsburgh International Airport: History & Recognition Pittsburgh International airport is consistently recognized for its quality in meeting traveler’s needs. In January, Air Transport World magazine named PIT its 2017 Airport of the Year, placing the airport in pres...
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Annual Report 2016

Staying Focused on the Future 2016 Annual Report   Allegheny County Airport Authority, governing agency for Pittsburgh International Airport and Allegheny County Airport, has made remarkable strides in advancing these two regional assets.   Increasing air service, em...
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Oil and Gas Development

In July of 2016, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, Allegheny County Airport Authority CEO Christina Cassotis, and CONSOL Energy COO Tim Dugan, announced the commencement of natural gas production at Pittsburgh International Airport. The event marked a critical nex...
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Real Estate Development

The Allegheny County Airport Authority’s role as an economic generator is two-fold; to provide high quality, competitive air service in and out of southwestern PA, and to develop key properties which attract new industry and jobs. Development interest for the land surrounding...
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Community Outreach

During the review process, CONSOL Energy performed detailed due diligence on both the Pittsburgh International Airport and Allegheny County Airport properties to determine the production potential of both locations. CONSOL Energy also participated in a required public hearing...
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