Why The Airport?

IN ADDITION TO AN ABUNDANCE OF LAND, SEVERAL FEATURES TURN THAT QUESTION INTO,“WHY NOT!”

Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) and its Pittsburgh Airport Innovation Campus provides a microgrid for competitively priced power and reliability/resiliency, recycled argon and communal powder facilities. It’s located near two major highways, 16 railways and the largest inland port in America. And with numerous nonstop destinations and near countless cargo options, your people and your products can be anywhere in the world in 24 hours or less.

ENERGY

Microgrid provides competitively priced power, reliability/resiliency.

The property sits atop the Marcellus Shale, potentially the second largest natural gas field in the entire world.

PIT drills for natural gas on property, one of only a handful of airports to do so in North America.

LogisticsCARGO & PASSENGERS

Numerous nonstop destinations

Near countless cargo options, including 2 transatlantic and all-freighter service on Qatar Cargo.

People and products anywhere in the world in 24 hours or less.

Other Transportation & Trade


Proximity to major highways, 18 railways and largest inland port in North America.

Designated Foreign Trade Zone

Deferral, reduction, or elimination of certain duties. Inverted tariffs relief, duty exemption on re-exports. Duty elimination on waste, scrap, and yield loss

The Pittsburgh Airport Innovation Campus: Condensing and connecting the Additive Manufacturing supply chain

While the additive manufacturing (AM) industry holds great promise, there are certain areas holding us back from realizing our true potential. Chief among them is the scale required to manufacture parts and products profitably.