Pittsburgh International Airport
Pittsburgh International Airport has closed one of its terminals and called the bomb squad after finding a smoking satchel.
The Allegheny County Airport Authority opened bids Wednesday morning from gas exploration companies vying to drill in Marcellus Shale deposits at two airports.
Although it was built to be a major hub in airline transportation, much of Pittsburgh International is now an empty shell.
The malls are crowded, the roads are icy and the list of things to do is never ending. Tack on traveling and it can get even harder. A simple trip to the market for eggnog in a travel destination city requires more than a little hoop jumping during the holidays. Wherever your travels take you this year, use this simple list to make it all just a little bit easier.
Whether you’re hoping to waste an hour or two between flights or have an evening to spend at the airport’s hotel lounge, don’t pass up these five watering holes rated Pittsburgh International Airport’s best.
Voters will head to the polls today to decide many races, including who will be the next president of the United States.
The effects of sandy are also keeping a lot of travelers grounded here in Pittsburgh. Dozens of flights have already been canceled in and out of Pittsburgh and have left hundreds of travelers stranded.
Whether by car, train or plane, Superstorm Sandy is affecting transportation all across the country, including here in Pittsburgh.
Crews were called to the scene of diesel fuel spill Thursday evening in West Mifflin.
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.