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Our flight is at 530am... when does security check open.
it opens at 4 AM.
Our flight leaves very early. Only alt site is open. Where is it located in airport?
Personnel will direct you there. Basically, you walk across the street from the check in counters and there it is, There are also plenty of signs.
I was wondering which bus-stop I would get off at that would put me nearest to Litchfield towers, (University of Pittsburgh) that is located on 5th avenue and Bouquet St?
What is the address I should put in my GPS?
WIll be arriving at PIT from LAX on June 25 - arrival time in PIT approx. 6:30 PM. Would greatly appreciate receiving any info. as to shuttle/bus or other type of transportation to Greenville, PA upon arrival to PIT. Thanks!
There is no scheduled bus service to Greenville. I suggest renting a car, however there aren't even any car rental services in Greenville, so you can't even do a one way rental. If you can't drive and can't get someone to pick you up at the airport, you will have to hire a taxi or van which will cost over $100. You can take the Greyhound bus from dowtown pittsburgh to Meadville, but Meadville is still 25 miles away from Greenville and you would have to get from PIT to downtown Pittsburgh.
My wife and I will be traveling on 12/20/12 To Wexford, PA and need help finding reasonably a priced ride from Pittsburgh Airport.
1. For Pittsburgh Airport transportation inquiries call 412-472-5538
2. Also try this site: http://local.search.yahoo.com/search?ei=UTF-8&p=transportation&addr=Wexford%2C+PA+15090&limcat=96926030&focuslim=limcat§ion=map
ok well this might sound slly, but im curious i have my Parents visitin next week. they are traveling from Mexico and well they are limited on the english language im kinda worried...will there be anybody that they can ask for help if they get lost at the airport...?
Your concern for your parents is admirable. I suggest you open www.ifly.com/pit and click on Quick Links /Terminal Map - below the map are details about the terminal. Your parents will arrive at the Airside terminal and will need to go through passport check, retrieve checked bags, and go through customs clearance. Thereafter they should take the people mover to the Landside Terminal. You may want to meet them near the Information Desk of the transit level. Tell your parents not to be shy and ask for directions if airport signs are not enough for them. Plenty of passengers and employees now speak Spanish.
Thank you for the time you took to reply. They drove from mexico to El Paso,Tx and then flew from there to Dallas and from there they finally arrived to Pittsburgh on may 15...they just returned home on june 12. everything went well thank god. my mom said they asked for help in Dallas to one of the employees that they had previously heard speaking spanish but at the time they asked this person she pretended like she didnt spoke the language... i really hate when hispanic ppl that speak both english and spanish tend to pretend like they dont! they think that because they live here they can just be stuck up idiots and wont help others that need a little help...well anyway im just glad they didnt get lost at any time and got home safe too tho. =)
The XpresSpa at PIT Airport offers massage, facials, manicures, etc. at Concourses A (472-5136) and B (472-537).
You can check in at one of the red 'Flight Desk' automats and print your boarding pass. Select your airline from the list on the touch-screen menu and follow instructions (you still need to check in at the airline counter if you have luggage to be checked in). Kiosks are in the Landside Terminal of PIT - 2 on ticketing level, 2 on baggage claim level and 4 on transit level, pre-security.
It you have questions, need directions, get information about Pittsburgh or its surroundings, have special needs, or need a translator - the Airport Ambassadors roaming PIT Airport are knowledgeable volunteers, recognized by their black vests with nametags - who are eager to assist you. They truly make a difference.