Turnpike Expecting 3.2 Million Vehicles During Holiday Travel PeriodThe Turnpike Commission is anticipating roughly 3.2 million vehicles on the state roadway from Tuesday to Sunday.
Thousands Expected To Hit The Roads, Head To Airport For Busy Thanksgiving WeekendAt no other time of the year is our hurry-up society more in a hurry than during the run-up to Thanksgiving.
Thousands Head To Airport Mindful Of Worldwide Travel AlertAs part of the U.S. State Department's worldwide travel alert, Americans are being urged to be vigilant and to be aware of their immediate surroundings.
U.S. Issues Travel Warning As Pittsburgh International Preps For Busy Holiday WeekAmericans should be alert to the possible travel risks, especially during the holidays, following increased terrorist threats around the world, the State Department warned on Monday.
Woman Arrested For Loaded Gun In Carry-On At Pittsburgh International AirportA woman was arrested at Pittsburgh International Airport over the weekend for having a loaded firearm in her carry-on luggage.
Current, Former US Airways Employees Gather In Pittsburgh For ReunionIt's the end of the runway for US Airways, as its merger with American Airlines nears completion.
Some Feel Snubbed After Pittsburgh Left Out Of US Airways Final FlightThe final US Airways flight has begun its roundtrip journey between Philadelphia and San Francisco.
Report: Flight From Pittsburgh To Florida Has Close Call With DroneThe FAA is investigating after a drone was reported near the path of a plane that took off from Pittsburgh and was landing this morning at an airport in Florida.
American Cutting Pittsburgh Flights To St. Louis, HartfordAmerican Airlines is cutting flights from Pittsburgh International Airport to St. Louis and Hartford, Connecticut starting in November.
US Airways To Skip Pittsburgh For Ceremonial Final FlightA former county executive says US Airways is insulting the city that helped give it its start.
Emergency Drill Simulates Plane Crash At Pittsburgh International AirportEmergency workers and volunteers from around the area joined with Pittsburgh International Airport officials Thursday for an emergency management drill.
FAA Says Computer Problem Caused Travel DelaysThe Federal Aviation Administration says it has resolved a computer problem that caused widespread flight delays throughout much of the Northeastern U.S.