Pittsburgh’s Executive Gateway

Since 1931, Allegheny County Airport (AGC) has been advancing modern corporate and recreational travel, and continues to provide convenient access to nearby universities, research facilities, financial and corporate operations and world-renowned medical centers.

Owned and operated by the Allegheny County Airport Authority, the airport also houses one of the nation’s premier aviation maintenance schools, air medical transport services, flight training operations and two fixed-base operators (FBO), and is home to several corporate planes and numerous private pilots’ aircraft.

Businesses routinely charter aircraft, ship and receive supplies and products, and have customers and suppliers arrive to the region via AGC.


12 Allegheny County Airport,
West Mifflin, PA 15122

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  • Dedicated on September 11, 1931, AGC was the third largest airport in the country and the nation’s only hard-surface airport at the time.
  • Miss Pittsburgh, a Waco 9 plane, made the historic first airmail flight from AGC to Cleveland in 1927.
  • Helen Richey, of McKeesport, PA, was the first woman commercial airline pilot and flew for Central Airlines, calling AGC home base.
  • Central Airlines was founded by Clifford Ball, the first owner of Miss Pittsburgh, who also opened nearby airfield Bettis Field which preceded AGC.

Safety & Security

Air-traveler safety is the top priority at Allegheny County Airport. Since September 11, 2001, safety and security have been greatly enhanced at AGC as well as throughout the entire aviation industry. AGC is patrolled by the Allegheny County Police and has 24/7 air rescue and firefighting services.

To learn more about airport security and safety, visit the Transportation Security Administration.

Badge Office

The Airport ID Badge office is open during the week and available by appointment on Saturdays and Sundays.

Renewing a badge:
  • Send a copy of paperwork Monday thru Friday via:
  • Text Message 412-759-7897 or
  • Scan and Email to [email protected] or
  • Fax paperwork to 412-466-2470
  • Pick up your new badge at the AGC Office on Wednesdays between the hours of 2pm-4pm
Applying for a New Badge:
  • Have your security liaison send all signed paperwork via:
  • Email to [email protected] or
  • Fax to 412-466-2470
  • Pick up your new badge at the AGC Office by appointment only. Please call 412-759-7897 or email [email protected] to schedule an appointment.