Current wait times/Parking capacity

Security Line < 15 minutes
Short Term Parking 53% Full
Long Term Parking 66% Full
Extended Parking 70% Full

AGC - Allegheny County Airport : Fact Sheet

Allegheny County Airport (AGC), located in West Mifflin, PA is the seventh busiest airport in Pennsylvania. AGC is the largest general aviation airport in western Pennsylvania. AGC was dedicated on September 11, 1931. AGC sits 1,252 feet above sea level and is one of the highest points in Allegheny County. AGC is only nine miles from downtown Pittsburgh. The Allegheny County Airport Authority (ACAA) oversees the operations at AGC as well as the Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT). A seven-member board governs the ACAA.

AGC offers the following: AGC Plane

  • Two Full Service FBO’s
  • Two paved and lighted runways 13/31-3,825 ft. x 100 ft. and 10/28-6,502 ft. x 150 ft.
  • FAA Air Traffic Control Tower operated 24/7 – FAA offices located in Terminal Building
  • Patrolled by the Allegheny County Police
  • 100 LL & Jet A fuel available
  • High/Low bottled & bulk oxygen available
  • Administration Office, Security & Operations Office located in Terminal Building
  • Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics school on facility
  • Pittsburgh Flight Training Center – flight school on facility
  • 35 T-Hangars
  • 10 Corporate Hangars
  • 13 Private Hangars
  • Tie-down area
  • Free Wi-Fi in the Allegheny County Airport terminal building
  • On-site weather forecasts
  • Avionic repairs, installations, and sales
  • Rental Cars