Pittsburgh International Airport expands free WiFi for travelers
Nate Smallwood/ Tribune-Review
February 16th, 2017
Pittsburgh International Airport will expand its free WiFi Internet services for travelers, the airport announced Thursday, at a cost of nearly $200,000.
The expansion, in partnership with local tech startup Duolingo, will add 77 WiFi access points in the Airside Terminal, according to an airport news release.
The WiFi can be accessed in the Landside and Airside Terminals, through all four concourses and in the Centre Core food courts, the release said.
To connect, when users open a browser, they are automatically directed to Duolingo.com/jobs, where they click to accept the terms, the release said. There are no passwords, fees or subscriptions required.
“This is something travelers have demanded, and we have responded,” Allegheny Airport Authority CEO Christina Cassotis said.