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Flying Into Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) is located just 16 miles west of downtown Pittsburgh and is easily accessible from most of western Pennsylvania's major interstate highways. PIT is serviced by 19 airlines with domestic flights from most major metropolitan areas in the US and Canada. A list of those airlines can be found at the Pittsburgh International Airport's Airlines Web page.

International travelers will need to make connections through other airports to reach PIT. Known connecting cities from Europe are Boston/BOS, New York/JFK, Philadelphia/PHL, Washington (BWI), Atlanta/ATL, Chicago/ORD, Detroit/DTW and Cincinnati/CVG.



General Aviation

There are a number of airports in the Pittsburgh Area that will accomodate private aircraft. Here is a partial list with their website links.
 
Airport ID Runway Len (feet) Hours Tower Approaches More Information
Beaver County BVI 4501 x 100 7am-9pm Yes Website
Washington County AFJ 5000 X 75 6am-9PM No Website
Rostraver FWQ 4001 x 75 7am - 11pm No Website
Allegheny County AGC 6501 x 150 24 Hours Yes Website
Butler County BTP 4801 x 100 6:30am-9pm No Website


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