Pittsburgh International Airport
Twenty years ago, on a clear, cloudless September night, US Air Flight 427 mysteriously fell from sky on its approach to Pittsburgh International Airport.
An airline worker has been seriously injured while operating a vehicle used to tug airliners into position near gates at Pittsburgh International Airport.
That clickety-clackety sound of suitcases at the airport will soon be a thing of the past.
The Peace Corps is evacuating volunteers from Ebola-stricken West Africa, and that includes a local man.
Homecoming became a reality today for Army Cpl. Alva Clifford Groves of Shinnston, West Virginia.
His family had given up hope, but thanks to DNA technology, the remains of a serviceman who died 63 years ago in the Korean War will finally be coming home.
TSA officials at Pittsburgh International Airport investigated an incident involving a firearm being found in a carry-on bag Sunday morning.
A new rewards program will allow those who frequent Pittsburgh International Airport to earn frequent flier miles, hotel points and cash back.
Some Yellow Cab drivers are refusing to pick up passengers at Pittsburgh International Airport as part of a protest.
For many years, frequent flyers have enjoyed perks like upgrades to first class and free tickets, but now, those road warriors will be able to speed through security checkpoints.
The government is planning to shut down the Federal Air Marshal Service Office here in Pittsburgh by next year.
Mechanical monsters from a “Star Wars” flick? No, these are the good guys. Crew members bathe each aircraft with jets of spray on Runway 28 at Pittsburgh International Airport.
US Airways says it will be closing its Pittsburgh operations center, taking away hundreds of jobs.
The latest round of winter weather began moving into the area overnight.
Today is final day for the public to submit comments about gas drilling at Pittsburgh International Airport.