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Under the runways and terminals at Pittsburgh International Airport lies enough natural gas to run the whole state of Pennsylvania for a year and a half. The struggling airport began drilling in August and hopes that the revenues generated from these new fracking efforts can bring much needed relief to the airports budget. Now Arriving at Pittsburgh International: Fracking By: Matthew L. Wald PITTSBURGH Where 600 flights used to take off and land every day here at Pittsburgh International Airport, there are now about 300. Partway down Terminal B, the moving sidewalk that used to lead to a dozen gates now stops abruptly at a plain gray wall. Pittsburghs airport is struggling financially and mired in debt, with sharply lower traffic ever since US Airways began phasing it out as a bustling hub in 2004. Long gone are the days when British Airways flew 747s to London, and TWA flew to Frankfurt. For salvation, airport officials are looking down about 6,000 feet. The quiet runways,