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Grab a Dunkin' Donut, coffee and a flight at Pittsburgh International Airport

Mary Pickels
| Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018, 11:42 a.m.
Dunkin Donuts opened Jan. 29 in the Landside terminal of Pittsburgh International Airport.
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Dunkin Donuts opened Jan. 29 in the Landside terminal of Pittsburgh International Airport.
Passengers at Pittsburgh International Airport can now fuel up at Dunkin' Donuts before boarding, with the Jan. 29 opening of a new shop near the landside security checkpoint.
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Passengers at Pittsburgh International Airport can now fuel up at Dunkin' Donuts before boarding, with the Jan. 29 opening of a new shop near the landside security checkpoint.

Headed for the friendly skies? Waiting for your favorite aunt to arrive on her pre-dawn flight?

Passengers and visitors at Pittsburgh International Airport can now grab a coffee — straight up, iced or blended — and a doughnut, a breakfast sandwich or wrap, following Monday's opening of a new Dunkin' Donuts .

The location next to the Landside terminal's security checkpoint replaces the former City of Bridges eatery, says airport spokesman Robert Kerlik. Be sure to down your java fix before getting into the line for security, though.

The location is operated by Hudson Group, which began advertising jobs online late last year for the new site.

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-836-5401 or mpickels@tribweb.com or via Twitter @MaryPickels.

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