PIT Airport

PIT Airport creates space for nursing moms

PIT Nursing Lounge

Pittsburgh International is the latest airport to offer traveling moms access to a clean, comfortable and dedicated space to breastfeed, use a breast pump and care for young children.


Nursing lounge at PIT Airport

The lounge is located on Concourse C, across from Kidsport, by one of the airport’s two Andy Warhol exhibits.

Other airports with dedicated spaces for nursing moms include Burlington International, JFK’s JetBlue terminal, Newark Airport’s Terminal B, LaGuardia Terminal B (Concourse A), and General Mitchell International in Milwaukee, which all have stand-alone Mamava lactation stations.

mamava at NY Airports

Mamava stand-alone lactation pod at JFK Airport – JetBlue Terminal

Chicago Midway, Dallas Love Field, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Phoenix Sky Harbor and San Francisco International Airport are among the other airports that now have special spaces set aside for nursing moms as well.

Nursing room at Dallas Love Airport

Nursing lounge at Dallas Love Field

PIT Airport new home of “Arch” transformer art


Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) has a new giant piece of public art.

“Arch” – a transformer robot made of pieces that look like Pittsburgh Bridges, has been restored and now serves as  greeter and gathering spot in the Landside Terminal.

The sculpture was originally created to celebrate the city’s 250th anniversary and  once stood in the downtown cultural district.

Here’s what it looked like in its original outdoor spot: