Pittsburgh International Airport
With upbeat music from the Moon Area marching band and a ceremonial slicing of an anniversary cake, Pittsburgh International Airport celebrated its 20th birthday with some reminiscences.
A man from Florida is accused of sending an email that caused some big problems at the Allegheny County Courthouse.
It looked like the real thing, but what passengers flying in and out of Pittsburgh International Airport may have noticed on one of the runways was just a drill.
At Pittsburgh International Airport, the buzz is all about bees on a plane. Wednesday night, a Delta commuter flight loaded with passengers and about to take off for New York, was delayed.
It’s an international airport, but it may also soon be the site of Marcellus Shale gas drilling. The Allegheny County Airport Authority is asking gas exploration companies how much money could be made by leasing airport land for drilling.
A Delta flight made an emergency landing at the Pittsburgh International Airport. The flight was coming from Minneapolis-St. Paul and headed to LaGuardia Airport in New York.
Crews are making repairs after a vehicle drove into the glass doors of a walkway at the Pittsburgh International Airport Wednesday morning.
Nearly two dozen members of the Army National Guard returned to Pittsburgh from Afghanistan Friday night. The soldiers traveled 15 hours to get to Pittsburgh International Airport where loved ones were gathered.
With the good comes the bad and so it goes with weather and construction. We’ve enjoyed a milder than normal winter so we get to pay for it with earlier than normal road construction.
The battle over the proposed closure of the 911th Airlift Wing and downsizing of the 171st Air Refueling Wing is heating up.
The future of the 911th Airlift Wing in Moon Township looks bleak. It appears federal officials are not changing their stance about closing the base, which means the Pennsylvania Air Guard Refueling Wing is also expected to lose a number of jobs.
Two local pilots are being called heroes in the air after a security breach at the airport in Philadelphia. At about 11 a.m. Thursday, there was a rouge vehicle on the runway.
The high winds caused turbulence that sickened several US Airways passengers on a flight from Phoenix that was diverted before landing in Pittsburgh. So many people became physically sick on US Airways Flight 632 that they had to remove those passengers while they cleaned the aircraft.
Think back a couple of decades? Do you remember the airline called People Express? They made a name for themselves as a low-cost, no-frills airline in the 1980′s. But could they be coming back to life and back to Pittsburgh?
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