Pittsburgh International Airport services around 10 million passengers a year and is one of Pennsylvania's busiest travel hubs. Flights depart from two main terminals, interconnected by an underground train. The airport offers non-stop flights to destinations across the Northern Hemisphere, including the United Kingdom, Canada and Mexico.
There are plenty of places to relax before boarding your flight, whether you're looking for a casual cafe, stylish wine bar or full-service restaurant. A great selection of shops and boutiques makes it easy to stock up on everything from Keystone State souvenirs to books, perfume and electronics.
The airport is a gateway to Pennsylvania, where you can visit iconic attractions, such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Andy Warhol Museum, Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens and Hersheypark. You can purchase access to the airport’s Club Lounge to enjoy gourmet snacks, plush seating and sweeping views of the runway.
Pittsburgh International Airport is a 20-minute drive or taxi ride from Pittsburgh’s city centre. The airport offers designated pick-up and drop-off zones, as well as long-term parking. Local buses depart from Downtown Pittsburgh every 30 minutes and take around one hour to reach the airport.