Car Service to Pittsburgh Airport (PIT)
As a luxury airport car service provider offering transportation to and from Pittsburgh Airport, we are dedicated to making your travel to and from the airport as smooth and stress-free as possible. We offer:
- Professional, courteous drivers
- Clean, comfortable, and consistently maintained vehicles
- A commitment to reliable, on-time service
- A quality assurance guarantee
Where to Find Your Driver at Pittsburgh Airport
Meet your Chauffeur in the Baggage Claim Area. If you cannot locate your Chauffeur or Vehicle, please call 1-877-278-5466 to avoid a "no show" fee. If a client fails to contact us when they unable to locate their Chauffeur or Vehicle, the reservation will be considered a "Late Cancel".
Pittsburgh International Airport Information
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Pittsburgh Airport offers free high-speed wireless Internet service throughout all four concourses and the AIRMALL food courts. To connect, just open a browser on your laptop or mobile device and you’ll be directed to the FlyPittsburgh.com homepage. No fee, purchase, subscription or password is required.
PIT has airport lounges including American Airlines Admiral’s Club (located in the main lobby past security, mezzanine level; available free to Admiral’s Club members, active-duty military, Citi Prestige cardholders, oneworld Emerald and Sapphire customers, or economy travelers who purchase a $50 one-day pass), and the Military & Family Courtesy Center (located just past gate A4; available free to active and retired members of the military and their families).
Restaurants & Shops
Pittsburgh Airport’s AIRMALL offers many options for shopping and dining.
Need a post office? Want to schedule a pre-flight massage? Looking for lost and found? Check out all the services available at Pittsburgh Airport.
In addition to many nearby options, Pittsburgh Airport has one on-site hotel—the Hyatt Regency.
PIT Must See
PIT has two new artworks—a 69,000 terrazzo floor titled The Sky Beneath Our Feet, designed by Clayton Merrell, an art professor at Carnegie Mellon; and Fraley’s Robot Repair: Pittsburgh International Airport Branch, designed by Toby Fraley. Also on display: an updated World of Warhol exhibit, featuring prints and photographs by the Pittsburgh-born Andy Warhol.
Photo courtesy of Pittsburgh International Airport