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Traveling from Pittsburgh (PIT)

Fly from Pittsburgh in style and luxury aboard a comfortable Alitalia jetliner, with spacious cabins and extra-comfort seats designed with the happiness of our passengers in mind.

Taking to the air

Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) is the primary air transit facility serving the city of Pittsburgh. At the center of the Steel City’s airport is the AirMall, a vast complex of shops, restaurants and cafes, offering the best in dining and retail. Here you can find jewelers, brand names and even a spa!

Getting to the airport in Pittsburgh

The Port Authority of Allegheny County provides a bus to Pittsburgh International Airport from downtown and from the city’s University District along route 28X. If you’d rather not take the bus, a taxi to Pittsburgh International Airport is another option, though could be very expensive given the facility’s distance from the city. If you’re staying in the area long, your best option is to rent a car at the airport.