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Getting to Pittsburgh


Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) is served by 13 major airlines and has six international gates. Non-stop flights are available to and from all major US cities. Other area airports include the smaller Allegheny County Airport (AGC), which handles corporate flight activity, and Latrobe (LBE), 45 miles east of Pittsburgh.


United, US Airways, American Airlines, and Delta fly in and out of PIT; Northwest is a main carrier through Latrobe (LBE) airport, though travelers almost always connect to a larger air travel hub instead of flying directly from Latrobe to a major city.

Flight Times

From Los Angeles, the flight time is 4.5 hours; from Chicago, 1 hour and 20 minutes; from Miami, 3 hours; from New York, 1 hour and 45 minutes.

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