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  • Spirit Airlines To Begin Nonstop Service From Pittsburgh To Cancun

    If you need a sunny, warm getaway from the chilly Pittsburgh winters, you’ll soon be able to take Spirit Airlines from Pittsburgh to Cancun.
    Read Article At KDKA 
  • New dining options coming to Pittsburgh International Airport

    Pittsburgh International Airport announced three new dining options for travelers Monday.
    Read Article At WTAE
  • Inside Pittsburgh Airport's $1.1 Billion New Terminal Project

    Pittsburgh International Airport is building a terminal for tomorrow to replace the current Landside Terminal
    Read Article At Patch 
  • Hundreds Of Runners Take Flight At 4th Annual FlyBy 5K

    Local runners experienced a one-of-a-kind course that placed among aircrafts at the Pittsburgh International Airport.
    Read Article At KDKA 
  • Airports You’d Actually Like to Visit

    Some are no longer just the beginning or end of a journey. They’re destinations unto themselves.
    Read Article At Air & Space Magazine 
  • Runners get opportunity to race Pittsburgh Airport runway

    This is not your typical runway event.
    Read Article At TribLIVE
  • Franco Harris, George Washington statues return to Pittsburgh International Airport

    The statues of legendary Pittsburgh Steeler Franco Harris and first U.S. president George Washington have returned to Pittsburgh International Airport after being refurbished.
    Read Article At WTAE
  • Iconic Franco Harris, George Washington statues returning to Pittsburgh International Airport

    George and Franco are back.
    Read Article At WPXI 
  • Franco Harris, George Washington Statues Returning To Pittsburgh International Airport

    The statues of Franco Harris and George Washington will once again take their rightful place at Pittsburgh International Aiport.
    Read Article At KDKA 
  • Pittsburgh’s airport is latest to create a sensory-friendly space for travelers with autism

    When Jason Rudge's 2-year-old son Presley, who had recently been diagnosed with autism, had a rough time with a preschool readiness group, a teacher suggested the family try out a “sensory room” filled with bean bags, a disco ball, bubble machines and other soothing devices.
    Read Article At The Washington Post