Pittsburgh airport plans $39M in upgrades

10/23/2013 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

A transportation consultant is questioning plans for $39 million in 2014 capital spending at Pittsburgh International Airport because the airport is no longer a hub. "We recognize we're no longer a hub, but we have a facility that's a little over 20 years old now, and just because you're not a hub you still have to have appropriate upgrades," said Dennis Davin, a board member of the Allegheny County Airport Authority.

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