Whether departing, arriving or a lay over at Pittsburgh International Airport, we want your experience to be as positive as possible. We take pride in providing extensive services for any need that may arise.
Mothers' Nursing Lounge Now Open on Concourse C
Mothers traveling through Pittsburgh International Airport will have access to a new, clean and comfortable space where they can more easily breastfeed, use a breast pump and care for young children. A Mothers’ Nursing Lounge has been established in Concourse C across from Kidsport. The Mothers’ Nursing Lounge features new paint, carpet, comfortable seating, a baby changing table and is adjacent to a family restroom in the Airside Terminal.
Pittsburgh International Airport Ambassadors are volunteers from the community who donate their time to provide courteous and friendly assistance and provide a warm welcome to visitors.
ATMs are located conveniently throughout the airport.
- Citizen’s Bank ATM, Transit Level near Travelex
- PNC Bank ATM, Transit Level near Travelex
- First National Bank, Transit Level near Travelex
- PNC Bank ATM, Baggage Claim near the Hertz car rental counter.
- Beginning of Concourse D: Citizens Bank, PNC Bank
- Concourse A near Military and Family Courtesy Center: Citizens Bank
Travelex Multi-currency - Airside Apron Level
Interfaith Reflection Room
It is open from 6 am to 8 pm daily for meditation and reflection.
Airside Terminal, Mezzanine Level.
Airport Ambassadors are available to assist inexperienced passengers who may have concerns about the traveling experience. They can also meet arriving passengers at their gate and accompany them to the Landside Terminal. The Ambassador Escort service is free of charge.
To request an Ambassador Escort, please call Elise Farris at 412-472-5674.
*Ambassadors do not assist passengers with any medical assistance needs or unaccompanied minors. Passengers requiring this type of assistance must request wheelchair service or other assistance directly through the airline when booking the flight.
Flight Desk Kiosks
The Flight Desk kiosk is a system that allows travelers to check themselves in with participating airlines and print their own boarding pass. To use the kiosk, passengers select their airline from the list of participating carriers using a touch screen menu. Once the airline’s check-in system is visible, passengers can follow the instructions on the touch screen to bring up their reservation and print out their boarding pass. Once they have their boarding pass, passengers can proceed directly to the security checkpoint. Passengers with bags that need to be checked will still need to visit their airline’s ticket counter.
Flight Desk kiosks locations, Landside Terminal
- Two are located on the ticketing level
- Two are located on the baggage claim level near the rental car counters
- Four kiosks on the transit level before the security checkpoint
Located at both the Landside and Airside Terminals, the Customer Service Representatives at the Information Desk are happy to answer any general questions about the airport.
Have children that need to stretch their legs and run off some energy? Pittsburgh International Airport’s Kidsport Play and Learning Area (renovated in Fall 2016) - featuring interactive exhibits by the Children's Museum of PIttsburgh and Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh - is a safe and fun space for kids and parents to enjoy.
Lost and Found
If you lose an item, contact airport lost and found at the number below. For lost luggage, contact your airline.
Located just past Gate A4, the Military Lounge at Pittsburgh International Airport provides a respite from the busy travel scene for members of the military and their families. Active and retired members of the United States Military are welcome to visit this special room to pass the time while waiting for rides and flights. The Military & Family Courtesy Center provides work stations, a spot to watch television, and an area to spend time with family. The center also provides light snacks, and active members of the military are eligible for gift certificates to the Pittsburgh International Airport AIRMALL under the Serve-A-Soldier program.
If you forgot to mail that birthday card, need to send an important document, or want to prepare for your big meeting by having everything there for your arrival, visit our post office and make sure it arrives on time.
These luggage carts are a must if you have several heavy bags to carry.
Landside Terminal Locations:
- 1 in every baggage claim carousel, except Carousel A
- 3 on the Ticketing Level
- 1 in Short Term Parking (return only)
- 3 in the Car Rental lot
- 1 by the moving walkways
Travelex allows travelers to exchange currency, buy travel insurance, transfer money, buy traveler’s checks and money orders and offers several other business services.
Landside and Airside Locations
Pittsburgh International Airport is equipped to meet the needs of all of our passengers. Aviation Safeguards can assist passengers needing a wheelchair or porter service and must be arranged through your airline when you book your flight.