Gallery: A Look at Pittsburgh’s $1.4 Billion ‘Airport of the Future’Linda Blachly
Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) broke ground on a $1.4 billion new terminal project on Oct. 14, 2021. It is expected to open in 2025. This is the first new airport to be built from the ground up in a post-pandemic world and will combine landside and airside operations into one modern, adaptable facility. According to PIT, this “Airport of the Future” will act as a model for other large-scale transportation projects and will include 90,000-sq. ft. of outdoor terraces, a rainwater harvesting program and emerging touchless technology.
All photos and renderings courtesy of Pittsburgh International Airport.