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|Number of Daily Flights||6|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jul 31|
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|Popular Airlines||American Airlines|
Charlotte Douglas (CLT) is four-and-a-half miles west of downtown Charlotte. The airport is accessed via Billy Graham Parkway from I-85 and I-77. Non-stop to Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) flights usually last for nearly 90 minutes. You can take I-376/Airport Expressway 16 miles east to downtown Pittsburgh, and public buses depart from Door 6.
Situated at the meeting point of three rivers, Pittsburgh is a former industrial city modernizing into the 21st Century. America's industrial history is a constant feature in Steel City, with pedestrian bridges and towering smoke stacks dotting the North Shore that stand in stark contrast to the towering sports stadiums built along the waterfront. The Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh 1 mile east of downtown provide you with a historic, cultural and scientific excursion along Forbes Avenue. At night, a stroll along Fort Duquesne on the Three Rivers Trail System is a picturesque way to end the day. You can enjoy the terrain and camping at Settlers Cabin Park, seven miles to the west of Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh's climate is based around the Great Lakes, so expect temperatures to be a little cooler than Charlotte. Travelers often stay in hotels in the Oakland neighborhood near Carnegie Mellon University.