The driving distance from Pittsburgh International Airport to University Park Airport is:

154 miles / 248 km

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Driving distance from PIT to SCE

The total driving distance from PIT to SCE is 154 miles or 248 kilometers.

Your trip begins at Pittsburgh International Airport in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It ends at University Park Airport in State College, Pennsylvania.

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Pittsburgh International Airport

IATA: PIT
ICAO: KPIT
FAA: PIT
City: Pittsburgh
State: Pennsylvania
Zip code: 15231
Country: United States
Category: airports

University Park Airport

IATA: SCE
ICAO: KUNV
FAA: UNV
City: State College
State: Pennsylvania
Zip code: 16803
Country: United States
Category: airports

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