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Delta Air Lines
Delta Air Lines
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Planning to visit this vibrant Pennsylvania city? You can find non-stop flights to Pittsburgh from a number of cities across the U.S. Numerous airlines like US Airways, Delta, United, jetBlue, American Airlines or Southwest Airlines offer non-stop plane tickets to Pittsburgh. Most all other carriers offer flights to Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) with one layover.
Pittsburgh is considered one of the nation's most livable cities. While it's a year-round destination, Pittsburg is especially popular in spring and fall. Prices tend to be lowest during shoulder seasons in March and November as well as during the winter.
A non-stop flight from New York to Pittsburgh takes around 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Are you planning a trip to Pittsburgh? Your timing could not be any better. Conde Nast Traveler named Pittsburgh one of the "Top 15 Places to Go in 2015" for its historic monuments, thriving cultural district, great food, sport events and its wide choice of outdoor activities.
Molly’s Trolleys: These 1920’s style vintage trolleys offer a fun way to discover the city. There are 2-hour guided tours through Downtown, the North Shore, Strip District, Oakland, the South Side, and Mount Washington departing from Station Square. It’s definitely a unique and memorable sightseeing experience!
Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area: This organization is responsible for promoting and archiving the Steel Industrial Heritage of Southwestern Pennsylvania. Discover steel heritage exhibits at the nation's only pre-WWII iron furnace that’s still standing.
Carnegie Museum of Natural History: This family-friendly attraction is ranked among the top five natural history museums in the country. It is famous for it's dinosaurs, including the first-ever discovered T-Rex!. Besides an extraordinary collection of objects, families with children can discover several fully accessible hands-on science areas.
For more information visit the official page www.visitpittsburgh.com.