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|Popular Airlines||American Airlines|
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is located 21 miles from downtown Dallas, TX just off of Spur 97. You can get there via public rail or bus routes from the greater Dallas area. Shared Ride providers also offer their services in the area, so you can carpool if you wish.
Flights from DFW to Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) usually last for just over two hours. PIT offers a shuttle that can cover the 19 miles to Pittsburgh upon your arrival and numerous taxi services are available.
Pittsburgh boasts myriad tourist attractions, ranging from educational to fun-filled. Bridging that gap is the Carnegie Science Center. With nearly 300 interactive exhibits, it offers something for everybody. Its planetarium offers a peek into space, while its SportsWorks delves into the science behind athletics.
Just over a mile east along the Allegheny River is the Andy Warhol Museum, which houses much of the American icon’s work. The Duquesne Incline, a funicular railway on the opposite banks of the river, will allow you to see the Pittsburgh skyline from atop the gorgeous Mount Washington area.
It snows in the winter and can get down below zero degrees, so bundle up around the holidays. Summer weather is more moderate, with most days hanging around the mid-70s.