Latest Allegheny County Airport Authority Stories
The agency operating Pittsburgh's airport wants to cut costs so it can reduce the high fees it charges airlines per passenger. Carriers using the Pittsburgh International Airport now pay $15.80 for every passenger who boards a plane, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported Saturday.
By Bonnie Pfister Allegheny County Chief Executive Dan Onorato said today that managers of Pittsburgh International Airport disregarded his warnings a week ago against seeking natural gas drilling on airport property.
By Eric Heyl NEWS ITEM: The Allegheny County Airport Authority is being criticized for spending tens of thousands of dollars on items not directly related to the operation of Pittsburgh International Airport.
By Bonnie Pfister, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 31--The Allegheny County Airport Authority spent thousands of dollars on Pirates and U.S. Open golf tickets, stays at hotels in Pittsburgh and a farewell party at the Duquesne Club for its former executive director.
By Bonnie Pfister, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jun. 26--Flights out of Pittsburgh International Airport will be reduced by 8 percent to 9 percent after Labor Day as airlines struggle to counter soaring fuel costs, airport officials said Wednesday.
By Bonnie Pfister Even though record-high fuel prices are hindering U.S. airlines, development is growing in the real estate corridor surrounding Pittsburgh International Airport.
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