Lost and Found at PIT Airport
If you've misplaced an item while traveling, it can be a stressful experience. Here at Pittsburgh Airport, we understand that and aim to make the process of retrieving your lost items as smooth as possible. Each airport has different procedures for handling lost items, and the process may vary depending on where the item was lost. This guide will provide you with comprehensive information on what to do if you lose an item at the security checkpoint, on an aircraft, or in other areas of the Pittsburgh Airport.
Items Lost at Security Checkpoint
If you suspect that you've left an item at the security checkpoint, please call the TSA Lost and Found at +1-412-472-3525. They will assist you in locating your lost item.
Items Lost on Aircraft/Lost Luggage
For items lost on the aircraft, including missing luggage at baggage claim, you must contact the airline you were traveling on. For contact information, please visit the Airlines Served page. Here are some of the most popular airlines used at Pittsburgh Airport:
Items Lost in Other Areas
If you have lost an item in other areas of the airport, including parking garages, restrooms, baggage claim, restaurants, shops, and security screening areas, you should contact the airport's lost and found department. The Pittsburgh Airport lost and found can be reached at 412.472.3525 between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. Sunday through Friday and 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Saturday. Unfortunately, there is no option to report lost items online at Pittsburgh Airport.
The Allegheny County Airport Authority takes the passenger experience and customer service seriously. They make reasonable efforts to return lost items to their rightful owners. If an item is not claimed within thirty (30) days, it will be deemed the property of the Authority. To claim an item, you must provide valid identification and a detailed description of the item. The return of lost items is at the sole discretion of the Authority. Please note, this policy does not apply to items lost in or on aircraft, gates, or ticket counters; nor does it apply to lost luggage that was checked. Such items are subject to the policies of airlines.