Pittsburgh International Airport

In The News

Filter the news by selecting a date or news source below:


  • Airports Open Up to Terminal Tourists Who Just Want to Hang Out

    Non-travelers can meet grandma at the gate and try out the concourse restaurants
    Read Article At Bloomberg
  • Airports of the Future

    Except for people who have their own jets, most would agree that the romance of air travel faded long ago. But that isn’t stopping those who want to be on the move. Worldwide, aviation numbers are expected to double to 8.2 billion passengers per year by 2037, say estimates by the International Air Transport Association. 
    Read Article At The Architectural Record
  • Allegheny County’s 911 dispatchers get upgraded digs with $18.2M facility in Moon Township

    This month, for the first time, the county’s more than 200 employees in 911 operations are working out of a new facility along Hookstown Grade Road in Moon Township.
    Read Article At Trib Live
  • Pittsburgh International Airport to provide updated passenger experience

    A new scheme will challenge the traditional ideas of passenger experience with customer social care, assisted by resources from Carlow University.
    Read Article At International Airport Review
  • Airport Lounge Development Doubles the Size of Pittsburgh International Airport Lounge

    Air Lounge Development (ALD), an award-winning global provider of premium shared-use lounges, today announced the completion of The Club Pittsburgh International.
    Read Article At Business Wire
  • An expanded Club at Pittsburgh International Airport

    The renovation of Pittsburgh International Airport is not yet underway, but the renovation of The Club — an independent shared-use lounge located in the airport — is already complete.
    Read Article At Pittsburgh Business Times
  • Wigle Whiskey opens bar, restaurant at Pittsburgh International Airport

    Airlines no longer are the only ones offering flights at Pittsburgh International Airport.
    Read Article At Trib LIVE
  • Region Can't Afford to Pass on $1.1B Pittsburgh Airport Plan, Officials Say

    Allegheny County's aviation chief says the authority she runs has no choice but to spend at least $1.1 billion to overhaul Pittsburgh International Airport less than 30 years after it opened as a hub for the former US Airways.
    Read Article At Aviation Pros
  • How To Turn Around An Airport In Four Years

    Technically, Christina Cassotis is the CEO of the Allegheny County Airport Authority—but that’s a fancy way of saying she’s in charge of the Pittsburgh International Airport, a sprawling massive structure that sends off and takes in a total of nearly 850,000 each month.
    Read Article At Chief Executive 
  • FlyBy 5K And Fun Run Gives Runners Ability To Run The Runway Of Pittsburgh International Airport

    Are you ready to run the runway at Pittsburgh International Airport?
    Read Article At KDKA