Once left for dead along with the other victims of changes in the airline industry, Pittsburgh International Airport has been revitalized in the years since the arrival of Christina Cassotis as the CEO of the Allegheny County Airport Authority. When she got here in 2014, there were only 37 nonstop flights. At the highwater mark, when now-grounded airline OneJet was in operation, Pittsburgh International Airport had more than 70 nonstop destinations.
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