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Serves as the primary FAA designated reliever airport for the Pittsburgh International Airport. In this role the airport supports a high volume of business and corporate-related activity. It is the fifth busiest airport in Pennsylvania with over 139,000 operations per year.
Government Agency dedicated to the safety and security of passengers, employees and all other users of Pittsburgh International Airport and Allegheny County Airport. The Authority oversees all aspects of airport operations including new development, environmental issues, airline and tenant management as well as airfield operations.
A public airport located in the Latrobe, Westmoreland County. The airport has two runways. It is mostly used for general aviation, but is also served by Northwest Airlines as a reliever for Pittsburgh International Airport on the other side of the metro-Pittsburgh area.
Located five miles southwest of the city of Butler. The airport is licensed by the Butler County Airport Authority.
PIT accommodates more than 11 million travelers in nearly 270,000 aircraft operations per year. With about 290 non-stop flights per day to 80 destinations, Pittsburgh International Airport is served by 19 air carriers as well as being a US Airways focus city. PIT has been frequently recognized for its quality in meeting traveler’s needs. The OAG Worldwide listed the facility to its short list of the world’s best airports for four consecutive years. JD Power and Associates named PIT among the top five airports in its two most recent customer satisfaction surveys. Conde Nast Traveler’s Magazine named PIT among the best in the United States and in the world in its People’s Choice Award.
Comprehensive listing of rental cars, airport limousines, private taxis and shuttles, charter buses, and the Allegheny County Port Authority's 28X Airport Flyer.
The Port Authority of Allegheny County provides a network of public transportation services to persons traveling within a 775 square-mile area, including the City of Pittsburgh and all of Allegheny County. Port Authority has a fleet of 1,000 buses, 83 light rail vehicles and 75 mini-buses. With the Monongahela and Duquesne Inclines and sponsorship of ACCESS, the nation’s largest paratransit program of its kind for senior citizens and persons with disabilities, the Port Authority is one of the nation’s largest and most diversified public transit agencies.
Union Station is the western terminus of Amtrak's Pennsylvanian route and is along the Capitol Limited route. In 2005, the station had 110,781 Amtrak boardings plus alightings, making it the 4th busiest Amtrak station in Pennsylvania.
Greyhound maintains a station at 11th and Liberty in downtown Pittsburgh. Currently the station is undergoing maintenance; the temporary station is at 990 2nd Ave.
A Yellow Pages listing of taxi cab companies operating in and around Pittsburgh.