Officials at Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) and its managing Allegheny County Airport Authority (ACAA) announced a $1.1 billion terminal modernization plan (TMP) Sept. 12, with construction set to begin in 2019 for an anticipated opening in 2023. The new design for the airport will create an expanded security checkpoint, the elimination of the airport’s people-mover train, a newly configured international arrivals process, an improved baggage system, and implementation of ...

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