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Pittsburgh Airport, known officially as Pittsburgh International Airport (IATA: PIT, ICAO: KPIT) is located 20 miles (30 km) west of downtown Pittsburgh, in the suburbs of Findlay Township and Moon Township, in Pennsylvania, U.S.
Pittsburgh airport is a cargo and also a passenger airport and serves the metropolitan area with 54 destinations on 12 airlines and 171 non-stop flights.
The airport has two Main Terminals, the “Landside Terminal” and the “Airside Terminal”.
Is the access point for travelers whose flights originate from Pittsburgh. There’s a hotel/convention center which is directly attached via moving walkway to the terminal. The PIT airport is provided with two underground people movers that travel to and from the Airside Terminal, the area where are located all the departure gates. Landside Terminal is provided with several shops and cafes.
It has four Concourses: A, B, C and D. It’s planned to built a second Airside Terminal on the next years. The majority of the AirMall shops are located in the center core and there are over 100 shops and brand stores.
- Concourse A: has 25 (A1-A25) and currently is used by four carriers: Southwest Airlines, Air Canada, United Airlines & United Express.
- Concourse B: has 25 gates (B26-B50) but only gates B26-B44 are available for use.
The concourse is used by American Eagle and American Airlines and several concessionaires still operate in the concourse.
- Concourse C: has 11 gates (C51-C61). All international arrivals pass through Concourse C -with the exception of cities with U.S. border preclearance- as a customs and immigration. Some domestic flights also operates in the concourse.
The following airlines operates from Concourse C:
Delta AirLines (International Flights), Frontier, Southern Airways Express, Allegiant, Porter, Sunwing & Xtra Airways.
- Concourse D: has 14 gates (D76-D89).
Is used by Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, JetBlue and OneJet.
The PIT airport serves also as an International food cargo hub and is the world's leading caterer for business and air.
- Bus: There are two routes available: 28X and #29. Route 28X connects Downtown Pittsburgh and the city’s University District (Oakland). Departs every 30 minutes outside of Door 6, Baggage Claim. Mountain Line Transit (Grey Line, Route #29) connects areas south of Pittsburgh including Waynesburg, Morgantown, Fairmont, and Clarksburg.
- Taxi: operates three companies. Checker Cab, Cranberry Taxi Inc dba Veterans Taxi and Yellow Cab Co. of Pittsburgh.
- Car Rental: Pittsburgh airport provides car rental services with some different companies. To get more information, click here.
- Limousines: There are some limousines operators to go and back from PIT airport to downtown Pittsburgh and surroundings.
- Rail: It’s planned to extend the Pittsburgh Light Rail system to the PIT airport.
The Pittsburgh airport provides to travelers the following facilities and services:
White Courtesy Phones: If you have any questions and you aren’t close to a information desk. Dial 6.
Art installations: the airport has available art performances during specific months for all passengers.
Mothers' Nursing Lounge and Kidsport: available in Concourse C. The PIT airport also provides ATM’s, Chapel and Mosque, airport Ambassadors available to assist inexperienced passengers and Flight Desk kiosk to allow travelers to check themselves print their own boarding pass. Pittsburgh airport is also equipped with wheelchair services -must be arranged through your airline when you book your flight-.
Information: +1 (412) 472-3525
Contact phone: +1 (412) 472-3500
Fax: (412) 472-3636
Telephone: +1 (412) 472-3525