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PIT Pittsburgh International Airport

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Pittsburgh International Airport (IATA: PIT, ICAO: KPIT, FAA LID: PIT), commonly shortened to PIT, is an international airport located in the Pittsburgh suburb of Findlay Township, approximately 20 miles west of downtown Pittsburgh. It is owned and operated by the Allegheny County Airport Authority which also operates the Allegheny County Airport near West Mifflin, Pennsylvania. PIT is primarily a passenger airport, providing 290 non-stop flights per day to 80 destinations via 19 airlines. In 2006, traffic was just shy of the 10 million mark at 9,987,310 with 235,264 aircraft operations.[1]

Pittsburgh International is the second largest passenger airport in Pennsylvania behind Philadelphia International Airport and is the 40th busiest airport in the country.[2] US Airways operated their largest hub at PIT until 2004. They are still the primary airline to serve PIT but they now consider it to be their largest secondary hub. Southwest Airlines started service in May of 2005 and are now the second largest airline in Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh is also a hub for Air Midwest, Colgan Air and Republic Airlines.

Pittsburgh International Airport occupies more than 12,900 acres (45 km²), making it the fourth largest airport in the nation[3]. It is so large that both Chicago’s O’Hare and Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson could comfortably fit within the airport’s land area.

Accessing Pittsburgh International is fairly easy by car. The airport sits conveniently at the intersection of PA Route 60 (future I-376) and PA Route 576 (future I-576). Bus service is also available from downtown Pittsburgh. The Port Authority operates the 28X bus from Downtown/ Oakland directly to the airport.

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    PIT Free WiFi Access Tip: You can get good reception for the Free WiFi Access near food court. Outlets are available through out the terminal, find them near the trash cans.