Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT)

PIT ramps up restaurant and retail offering

Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) is to open 15 new stores and restaurants, a mixture of local, national and international brands

SAF hub advances at Pittsburgh

KeyState Energy, CNX Resources, and Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) will collaborate to develop a sustainable aviation fuel hub

PIT opens childcare facility

Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) has unveiled a new childcare centre, run by La Petite Academy, for infant, toddler and preschool care


United States First Lady Jill Biden visited Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) this week to hear about the Terminal Modernization Program and new PIT2Work workforce development curriculum

PIT adds TrashBot to sustainability efforts

CleanRobotics – with its TrashBot – is the latest partner to join the xBridge innovation programme at Pittsburgh International Airport

Fertiliser produced on-site at PIT

Thanks to a new partnership with local firm Ecotone Renewables, food waste at Pittsburgh International Airport is being turned into fertiliser

PIT raises the roof on new terminal

A traditional topping out ceremony has taken place at Pittsburgh International Airport’s new terminal, with some of those involved signing a steel beam

PIT and IAG team up to innovate

IAG, one of the world’s largest airline groups, is to leverage Pittsburgh International Airport's (PIT) xBridge innovation programme

Pittsburgh hosts Aviation & Robotics Summit

The first-ever Aviation & Robotics Summit is an invitation-only conference designed to connect them with roboticists

PIT reveals bridge and tunnel design

Pittsburgh International Airport has unveiled the designs for a dynamic connector bridge and tunnel between terminals

Tub girders en route to Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) will this week welcome several of the 96 tub girders required to support the front bridge of its new terminal

Remotely operated cars trialled at PIT

Tech firm Mapless AI is testing two remotely operated vehicles on roadways and passenger kerbs at Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT)