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Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT)

The Pittsburgh is one of 408 airports with scheduled flights in the United States. Messured by the number of annual passengers it is the biggest worldwide. The next passenger airport by size in the United States is Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

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Facts about Pittsburgh International Airport

City:Pittsburgh
IATA Code:PIT
ICAO Code:KPIT
Timezone:Eastern Standard Time (UTC -5)

Size

Passengers:98 m p.a. (2019)
Cargo:894,940 t p.a. (2019)
Airlines:14
Nonstop destinations:37
Runways:4
Longest runway:11,500 ft (3,505.2 m)

Position

Longitude:80.23290 W
Latitude:40.49150 N
Height:1,203 ft (366.7 m)

Nearby airports

Allegheny County Airport (AGC)30.0 km
Beaver County Airport (BFP)34.0 km
Washington County Airport (WSG)40.0 km
Pittsburgh/Butler Regional Airport (BTP)40.0 km
Wheeling Ohio County Airport (HLG)50.0 km
Greene County Airport (WAY)66.0 km
Arnold Palmer Regional Airport (LBE)74.0 km
Glendale Fokker Field (GWV)75.0 km
Youngstown Warren Regional Airport (YNG)94.0 km
Indiana County/Jimmy Stewart Fld/ Airport (IDI)97.0 km
Morgantown Municipal Walter L. Bill Hart Field (MGW)98.0 km
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