Pittsburgh International Airport is the second largest airport in Pennsylvania and offers roughly 414 flights a day to more than 74 destinations on 17 airlines. In 2018, the airport saw slightly over 9 million passengers.
Even though the airline is no longer a hub for a major airline, American Airlines is the largest airline to operate out of Pittsburgh International Airport. The top domestic destinations for flyers out of Pittsburgh include Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Boston, and Orlando.
The only airport in Pennsylvania with service to Pittsburgh is Philadelphia International Airport. However, Pittsburgh does offer service to and from Altoona, Bradford, Dubois, Franklin, and Johnstown via their PIT Connector.
Pittsburgh International Airport also offers several international destinations including multiple flights a day to Toronto, Canada as well as daily flights to Paris, France and Nassau, Bahamas. Seasonal flights are available to Cancun, Mexico, and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.
Getting to/from Pittsburgh International Airport
Pittsburgh International Airport sits 20 miles west of downtown Pittsburgh in both Findlay and Moon Townships in Allegheny County. It sits just off I-376 and Pennsylvania Route 576. The airport complex itself is quite large; the fourth largest in American in fact.
Rental cars from all major companies are available for rent at the airport.
Taking Public Transportation to/from Pittsburgh International Airport
There is no train or light-rail service to the airport, but there is public bus service. Bus number 28x runs every half hour from 5:10am to 1:09am to and from the airport and takes riders to downtown Pittsburgh and the Oakland area, as well as Robinson Town Center.
Several suburbs of Pittsburgh are served by MountainLine Transit, including Waynesburg, as well as several cities in West Virginia.
Note: All information on this page was correct as of April 28, 2019. Please only use this as a reference and verify any information about flights and public transit prior to traveling.