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Pittsburgh (PIT)


Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) is an international airport located in the Pittsburgh suburb of Findlay Township, approximately 20 miles (30 km) west of downtown Pittsburgh. It is primarily a passenger airport serving the Pittsburgh metropolitan area, providing 186 non-stop flights per day to 49 destinations via 28 airlines.

The airport is served by United, Delta, Northwest, Midwest, Myrtle Beach Direct, Airtran, American, JetBlue, Air Canada and USA 3000, but US Airways and Southwest Airlines are predominant.

The Travelers Aid desk located on the baggage reclaim level of the Landside Terminal, offers general travel information.

Bus

The 28X bus runs between Downtown and the airport approximately every 20 minutes. The trip costs $2.60 and is exact fare only.

The Beaver County Transit Authority route 6 connects the airport with Rochester and Robinson. The fare is approximately $2.00 and departs once an hour in each direction. Operating hours are limited.

Car Rentals

The rental counters are on the baggage claim level of the Landside Terminal and it is only a short walk to pick up at the airport’s covered garage. The airport is served by Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National and Thrifty.

Taxis / Shuttles

Taxis, shuttles and charter buses leave from from the baggage area. Operators must have a permit from the Allegheny County Airport Authority to provide ground transportation at the airport. The approximate fare to Downtown from the airport is $30.00.

Pittsburgh Airport Information

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