Pittsburgh International Airport - Top Routes and Airlines

Top Routes and Airlines

Top Ten Busiest Domestic Routes Out of PIT(May 2011 – April 2012)
Rank City Passengers Carriers
1 Atlanta, GA 446,000 AirTran, Delta
2 Charlotte, NC 332,000 US Airways
3 Philadelphia, PA 271,000 US Airways
4 Chicago, IL (ORD) 233,000 American, United
5 Orlando, FL 202,000 AirTran, Southwest
6 Chicago, IL (MDW) 188,000 Southwest
7 Boston, MA 181,000 JetBlue, US Airways
8 Dallas/Fort Worth, TX 163,000 American
9 New York, NY (JFK) 158,000 American, Delta, JetBlue
10 Phoenix, AZ 148,000 Southwest, US Airways
Top airlines at PIT by daily flights (March 2012)
Rank Airline Average daily flights Top destination
1 US Airways 43 Philadelphia
2 Delta Air Lines 27 Atlanta
3 United Airlines 25 Chicago-O'Hare
4 Southwest Airlines 17 Chicago-Midway
5 AirTran Airways 13 Atlanta
6 United Airlines 13 Newark
7 American Airlines 12 Chicago-O'Hare
8 JetBlue Airways 5 Boston
9 Air Canada 3 Toronto-Pearson
Top airlines at PIT by passengers. (2009 Final)
Rank Airline Passengers % Change % of Passengers
1 US Airways 2,296,561 20.3 28.73
2 Southwest Airlines 1,509,547 3 18.88
3 Delta Air Lines 1,369,010 8.04 17.13
4 United Airlines 778,606 0.7 9.74
5 Airtran Airways 664,457 20.02 8.31
6 American Airlines 430,819 4.5 5.39
7 JetBlue Airways 176,971 10.9 2.21
8 USA 3000 Airlines 108,456 40 1.36
9 Midwest Airlines 71,708 11.8 0.90
10 Air Canada 32,878 25.5 0.41
11 Direct Air 31,194 12.7 0.39

A Includes Northwest Airlines
B Includes SkyWest Airlines

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