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Pittsburgh International on list of airports mapped for iPhone navigation

Steven Adams
| Thursday, December 14, 2017 11:21 a.m
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The Apple iPhone now maps the interior of many airports, including Pittsburgh International.
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The Apple iPhone now maps the interior of many airports, including Pittsburgh International.

The Pittsburgh International Airport is on the list of mapped structures posted on Apple’s website Wednesday. The company has been slowly adding indoor navigation to their iPhone Maps app with more than 40 airports and shopping malls now available.

The maps highlight popular landmarks like gates, restaurants, shops, restrooms and exhibits.

Pittsburgh is included in Apple’s growing inventory of mapping features including transit information and flyover visuals.

No malls in the Pittsburgh area have been mapped yet.

Here’s the full list of mapped airports:

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol AMS

Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport BWI

Berlin Tegel Airport TXL

Berlin Schönefeld Airport SXF

Chicago O’Hare International Airport ORD

Chicago Midway International Airport MDW

Denver International Airport DEN

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport DTW

Edmonton International Airport YEG

Geneva Airport GVA

Hong Kong International Airport HKG

Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport IAH

Houston William P. Hobby Airport HOU

Indianapolis International Airport IND

Jacksonville International Airport JAX

Las Vegas McCarran International Airport LAS

London Heathrow Airport LHR

London Gatwick Airport LGW

Los Angeles International Airport LAX

Orange County John Wayne Airport SNA

Miami International Airport MIA

Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport MSP

Nashville International Airport BNA

New York John F. Kennedy International Airport JFK

New York LaGuardia Airport LGA

Newark Liberty International Airport EWR

Oakland International Airport OAK

Philadelphia International Airport PHL

Pittsburgh International Airport PIT

Portland International Airport PDX

San Diego International Airport SAN

San Jose Norman Y. Mineta International Airport SJC

Seattle–Tacoma International Airport SEA

Vancouver International Airport YVR

Steven Adams is a Tribune-Review multimedia editor. You can contact Steven at 412-380-5645 or

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