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Pittsburgh International Airport

  • PAX: 8,128,000
  • IATA: PIT
  • ICAO: KPIT

About The Airport

Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) is a world class passenger and cargo airport located halfway between New York and Chicago and 266 miles (428 km) from Washington D.C. PIT’s quality hub infrastructure, technology innovations and artistic displays provide style, diversity and flexibility enjoyed by travelers. As a model to other airports around the world with a growing passenger base, declining costs, and a terminal design that was planned to simplify aircraft movement on the airfield and ease pedestrian traffic to the gates, PIT is a logical airport to expand service to in the U.S.

Facts and Figures

  • List of Top 5 Airlines: Southwest, American, Delta, United, Spirit
  • Number of Serving Airlines: 17
  • Number of Direct Destinations: 66
  • Number of Terminals: 2 (Airside and Landside)
  • Number of Runways: 4
  • Length of Main Runway (m): 3505
  • Passenger Numbers (mppa): 9,658,897
  • Cargo Tonnes (p.a.): 83,116
  • Ownership: Allegheny County Airport Authority
  • Operational Opening Hours: Continuous
  • Total Catchment Population: 8.8 million
  • Urban Population: 2,359,746
  • Aircraft Parking Stands: 90+ (78 passenger, 12 cargo)