Airport Maps & Terminal Guide
Getting Around the Airport
Pittsburgh International Airport has a landside terminal with three levels and an airside terminal with 4 levels.
The landside terminal has three levels.
Level 1 at Pittsburgh Airport is for Baggage Claim and consists of Baggage Claim A-M, and P and R. Baggage claim A, B and D is for American, baggage claim C and E is for common use, baggage claim F is for British Airways, Vacation Express, and Apple Vacations, baggage claim J is for Allegiant and JetBlue, baggage claim K is for Southwest, baggage claim L is for Southern Airways, Alaska, and Spirit, baggage claim M is for Delta, baggage claim P is for Air Canada and United, and baggage claim R is for Frontier and Boutique Air. There are two AED Defibrillators on this level: one near baggage claim E and the other at baggage claim K. Two pet relief areas can also be found just on the outside of these levels, at either ends. Air Ambassador Desk and PNC Bank ATM is located near baggage claim E and the information desk is situated near baggage claim J.
Level 2 is the Transit Level and connects passengers from the east by moving walkway to the Hyatt Regency Hotel & Extended Parking, and from the west to an Information desk, security checkpoint and to either the loading dock via escalator, or to People Mover to the Airside Terminal. This level consists of Clearview Credit Union and a Clearview Credit Union ATM at either end of the floor. It also has a PNC Bank ATM and an Information Desk at the post-security area, as well as an AED Defibrillator and Handicap Accessible Restroom in the same area.
Level 3 is the The Ticketing Level and has escalators and an elevator in the center, with ticket counters for American Airlines / US Airways at the north side, as well as Global Entry enrollment center and TSA oversized baggage. All other airline counters are at the south side, with six baggage screening points. To the left and right of the entrances near the public curb are wheelchair services. On the opposite side, past the elevators, is the entry to 'Alternate Checkpoint'.
To get better oriented, see the Pittsburgh Airport Map - Landside (Main) Terminal.
The airside terminal of the PIT Airport has four levels: Immigration & Customs, International Arrivals, Airmall, and Mezzanine.
Level 3 consists of the Airmall with an information counter in the center, leading to surrounding Concourses A through D. Concourse has gates A1-A25, Concourse B has gates B26-B50, Concourse C has gates C52-C61, and Concourse D has gates D76-D89. Concourse A is served by Air Canada, Boutique Air, Frontier, Southwest, and United Airlines. Concourse B is served by Alaska Airlines, Allegiant, American Airlines, Condor, Southern Airways Express, JetBlue and Spirit. Concourse C is served by British Airways and Concourse D is served by Delta Airlines.
Level 3 has a Fraley’s Robot Repair Shop across Gate A7, Indoor pet relief area across Gate D76, Information Desk in the Centre Core, Jabbrrbox at Gate B33 and near Gate C52, Kidsport at Gate C56, Mother’s Nursing Lounge near Gate C52, PNC Bank ATM in the Centre Core and the Food Court, and a Sensory Room near Gate A9. AED Defibrillators are also included on this level: 3 in Concourse A and B, and 2 in Concourse C and D. Handicap Accessible Restroom can be found at Gate D77 and a Sensory Friendly Restroom near Gate A11.
Level 4 or the Mezzanine Level of the Airside Terminal has an Interfaith Chapel in the Main Hall.
To get better oriented, see the following detailed airside maps:
Food, Shops & Amenities
There are many options for shopping and dining around the Pittsburgh International Airport. Some notable shops and restaurants include Martini, Primanti Brothers, and ECCO in the Center Core; Dunkin' Donuts, Bellfarm Kitchen, and 7-Eleven in the Landside Terminal; Penn Brewery, Cinnabon, and Auntie Anne's in Concourse A; Joe & The Juice and Bruegger's Bagels in Concourse B; and FuelRods Kiosk in Concourse C.
The security checkpoints at the PIT airport are monitored by the Federal TSA - Transportation Security Administration. Only passengers possessing tickets are allowed to proceed beyond any of the security checkpoints. All security checkpoints provide access to the concourses and airplane gates.
The hours and wait times estimates for each security checkpoint can be found on the Pittsburgh International Airport Security Wait Times Page.
There are several airline lounges at the Pittsburgh Airport. There is a Military Lounge in the Airside Concourse C near Gate C54, which is exclusively for the military personnel and their families. On the Mezzanine Level of the Airside Terminal (Level 4) there is an American Airlines Admirals Club with complimentary services and amenities to make travel more productive and relaxing.
International Arrivals & Transfers
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) handles all customs and immigration procedures at BOS Airport. Mobile Passport Control (MPC) is available for U.S. and Canadian and allows them to gain expedited entry via mobile apps.
- Arrive 90 minutes before flight time in case of domestic flights, and two hours before flight time in case of international flights.
- There are various ground transportation options available at the airport, including: Car Rentals, Ride Sharing (Uber/Lyft), Limousines, Taxis, Shuttles, Charter Buses, and Bus Service/Public Transportation
- In case of lost items at the airport, you can contact PIT Airport lost/found at 412.472.3525
- In case of lost items at the aircraft, please contact the respective airline
- The opening hours of the airline ticket counters vary according to the flight arrival / departure timings of the airlines