Pittsburgh International Airport is about 32km (20 miles) from central Pittsburgh. There are more than 160 flights to Pittsburgh International Airport every week, making it the second-busiest airport in Pennsylvania after Philadelphia International.
The city of Pittsburgh is built at a confluence of two rivers, so the city's 2.5 million citizens are divided into pockets with different architecture and cultures. The combination of bridges, rivers and steep hills make it a scenic city to explore.
This is a large and well-designed airport which frequently wins awards for quality, and has plenty of shops and restaurants near the gates to keep you entertained before departure. Although there's no train service, it's easy to get from the airport into the city by bus.