Pittsburgh International Airport flew more than 8.3 million passengers, to 60-plus destinations in North America and Europe in 2016. Before boarding their flight, people departing Pittsburgh have plenty to do and see, including unique restaurants, some of the best shopping in the city and the iconic Franco Harris statue. Pittsburgh International Airport features two different InMotion stores located in the Main Terminal and Terminal D, ensuring travelers are never too far away from a new pair of headphones or the latest travel accessories.
InMotion has chosen Pittsburgh International Airport, along with the Dallas, Tampa Bay and Seattle airports, to debut their new store design. The stores feature more interactive sections and “stages” to better showcase brands and demonstrate products. The stores are perfect for passengers waiting to board their flight and looking to kill time. InMotion’s educated associates assist shoppers in everything from learning about the latest technology, like the Sol Amp Air wireless headphones and the Plantronics Backbeat Pro 2 headphones, both perfect for long flights and traveling days.
Pittsburgh International Airport is the first airport since 9/11 to allow people without tickets to enter the terminal. The “myPITpass” program will allow visitors to take full advantage of all the airport shopping and restaurant options weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Another advantage of the program is the ability to greet travelers as they step off of their flight. People with a “myPITpass” instead of a flight ticket will still be subject to the same security procedures as travelers to ensure terminal safety. Long days of shopping in the terminal or waiting for your next flight put you in the dangerous situation of possibly draining your phone or laptop battery. Due to its small design and two USB cords, the MyCharge Hub mini is a perfect carry-on accessory that will keep all of your electronics charged and ready to go.
Nobody likes to travel on an empty stomach. Luckily, Pittsburgh International Airport has you covered, with more dozens of restaurants, including The Burgh Sportz Bar in Concourse D. You can find all of your typical bar food there, plus a few Pittsburgh staples like their grilled Kielbasa and Pierogi plate or their Steak Salad complete topped with fries. You can also find beers from local breweries like an old-fashioned Yuengling Lager or a craft beer from Fat Head’s. The bar’s decor is everything Pittsburgh sports and you will often find a local game or highlights on their televisions.
There are plenty of activities, restaurants and shopping to keep you busy during your time at the Pittsburgh International Airport. Check out one of InMotion’s two stores to buy a pair of headphones to play your favorite playlist on your travels. Do you have the technology and accessories needed for your next flight?
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