PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh International Airport has landed another airline carrier that plans to service the region later this fall with new nonstop flights to Indianapolis and Milwaukee.
The new service comes amid continued increased airline passenger demand seen at PIT month-over-month throughout the year.
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Contour Airlines, which is based in Smyrna, Tennessee, about 30 minutes southeast of Nashville, has set Oct. 12 as the first scheduled departure of its flights out of PIT with introductory fares starting at $99 one way. Flights on Contour’s 30-seat Embraer passenger jets will occur daily to Indianapolis International Airport, while service to Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport will operate every day except Saturdays.
Pittsburgh Business Times