Pittsburgh Regional Transit makes local and international travel easier than ever before. With a new drop-off location next to the landside terminal commercial departures curb, we provide easy, affordable and reliable transportation to Pittsburgh International Airport.



Getting There

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The 28X-Airport Flyer is the most direct way to get from Pittsburgh's East End and downtown to Pittsburgh International Airport.

When traveling toward the airport, the 28X-Airport Flyer makes stops in Oakland and downtown Pittsburgh, as well as along West Carson Street and the West Busway. These stops are for boarding only.

When traveling toward downtown Pittsburgh, 28X-Airport Flyer makes stops along West Carson Street, in downtown Pittsburgh and Oakland. These stops are for discharge only.

All other stops can be used for boarding or discharge.

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The one-way fare to and from Pittsburgh International Airport is $2.75 with a ConnectCard or cash. Fares are paid upon boarding the bus.

A ticket vending machine machine is located inside the landside terminal near baggage claim.

You can also use our easy Mobile Ticketing Application to pay your fare.


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PRT operates 28X - Airport Flyer service to and from Pittsburgh International Airport twice an hour, from 4 a.m. until midnight, seven days a week.

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Passengers have priority over luggage; if there are people standing, kindly place your luggage on your lap or on the floor to allow others to sit. Drivers are unable to help with your luggage; you are responsible for handling your bags both on and off the vehicle.