Philadelphia International Airport
Note 1: Check your departure or arrival terminal if flying American Airlines. International and Caribbean flights use Terminal A-West, Domestic flights use Terminals A-East, B, and C, and American Eagle regional flights use Terminal F.
Note 2: International flights for Frontier Airlines arrive at Terminal A-East
By carPHL is located right off Interstate 95 southwest of Center City Philadelphia and is located off exit 12 northbound and exit 12A southbound of the highway. Interstate 95 northbound leads toward Philadelphia and bridges over the Delaware River into the state of New Jersey while Interstate 95 southbound leads toward the western suburbs in Delaware County and the state of Delaware.
Parking garages on-site allow for parking at PHL. Short-term parking is available in the ground level of the garage adjacent to terminals A-F. The rate for short-term parking is $4 for up to 30 minutes, $6 for up to 1 hour, $8 for up to 1.5 hours, $10 for up to 2 hours, $12 for up to 2.5 hours, $15 for up to 3 hours, $17 for up to 3.5 hours, $24 for up to 4 hours, and $44 for up to 24 hours. The rate for long-term parking the upper levels of the parking garage is $4 for up to 30 minutes, $6 for up to 1 hour, $8 for up to 1.5 hours, $10 for up to 2 hours, $12 for up to 2.5 hours, $15 for up to 3 hours, $17 for up to 3.5 hours, $24 for up to 24 hours. Long-term parking in the Economy Parking lot has a $11 daily flat rate for parking up to 24 hours, and a free shuttle is provided to and from the terminals. Several private parking lots adjacent to the airport also offer paid long-term parking, with shuttle service to and from the airport.
A free cell phone parking lot is available for people waiting to pick up someone at the airport.
Rental cars are available at PHL, with each rental car agency providing free shuttles between the baggage claim and their facility. Rental car agencies serving PHL include Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, and National.
phone: +1 215 580-7800SEPTA provides bus service to PHL along three routes, with the bus stops located along the arrivals road in front of Terminals A, B, D, and E/F. The Route 37 bus connects the airport to the Chester Transportation Center in Chester to the west and Broad Street and Snyder Avenue in South Philadelphia to the east. At Broad and Snyder, the Route 37 bus connects to the Broad Street Line subway which provides service to Center City. The Route 108 bus connects the airport with the 69th Street Transportation Center in Upper Darby, where it connects to several transit routes serving the western suburbs along with the Market-Frankford Line. The Route 115 bus connects the airport with the Darby Transportation Center in Darby and Delaware County Community College.
phone: +1 215 580-7800SEPTA Regional Rail provides daily service along the Airport Line from the airport to Center City Philadelphia. Trains operate every half hour along the Airport Line. The train stops at four stations at the airport located at Terminal A, Terminal B, Terminal C&D, and Terminal E&F between the arrivals and departures. Service to Center City Philadelphia takes 25 minutes with one intermediate station. In Center City Philadelphia, the Airport Line stops at 30th Street Station, Suburban Station, and Jefferson Station, providing easy access to many Philadelphia points of interest. The line also has connections to several SEPTA transit and Regional Rail routes in Center City Philadelphia along with Amtrak and NJ Transit trains at 30th Street Station.
By taxiTaxi service to/from PHL is provided by multiple companies. Taxis pick up and drop off along the commercial vehicle road adjacent to the terminal. A flat rate of $28.50 one-way is charged for taxi rides to Center City Philadelphia, with an additional $1 per passenger over 12 years old (up to $3). Taxi rides to points outside Center City Philadelphia are metered, with a base rate of $2.70 plus $2.30 per mile; the minimum fare is $10. All taxis serving PHL accept credit cards. Taxi companies serving PHL include All City Cab, Capital, City Cab, Crescent, Liberty, Olde City, Philadelphia Coach, PHL Cab,
Quaker City, Victory, and Yellow Cab.
By limousine and vanLimousine and van service to/from PHL is provided by multiple private companies. These services pick up and drop off along the commercial vehicle road adjacent to the terminal. Reservations for limousine and van services can be made at the Ground Transportation Information desk in the baggage claim. The desk will notify you when your service has arrived. Limousine and van service companies serving PHL include AAA Airport One Direct, Call-First Transit, Dave's Best Limo, Delaware Express, Rapid Rover, and Tropiano.
By ride-hailing servicesRide-hailing services Uber and Lyft provide service to/from PHL. Uber and Lyft pick-up is located along the outer lanes of the arrivals road.
American Airlines Admirals Club
address: Terminal A-West-Mezzaine level between Gates A15 and A16
address: Terminal A-East-between Gates A4 and A6
address: Terminal B/C Connector-3rd floor
address: Terminal F-2nd floor food court
British Airways Galleries Lounge
Delta Sky Club
Eat and drink
Some of the more unique dining options at PHL include:
phone: +1 267 684-5003address: Concourse B-Gate B11Mediterranean restaurant with menu designed by Nicholas Elmi. Baba Bar offers small plates including hummus, babaganoush, stuffed grape leaves, Greek salads, roasted vegetables, and tabbouleh along with entrees such as skewers and kebabs.
phone: +1 215 824-5171address: Concourse D-Gate D9Restaurant and taphouse with menu designed by Chef Michael Symon that offers comfort food such as gastro burgers and fries. Signature items include the Fat Doug burger with coleslaw, pastrami, mustard, and Swiss cheese; Pulled Pork sandwich with coffee barbecue sauce, coleslaw, and pickles; and the Potato & Cheese Pierogi with kielbasa, onions, and mustard sour cream.
phone: +1 267 684-5003address: Concourse B-Gate B14French-style bakery café featuring a menu designed by Chef Anne Coll. Menu items include a large assortment of breakfast options such as smoked salmon frittata and pain perdu and lunch and dinner options such as sandwiches and soups along with a Lancaster County-style pot pie. Boule Café also has a variety of drink options including coffee and non-alcoholic beverages, a wide beer selection including French and Belgian beers along with regional beers, and a selection of spirits and cocktails.
Chickie's & Pete'sLocal sports bar chain that was founded in 1977 that offers a variety of menu items including cutlet sandwiches, crabs, and their famous crab fries. Chickie's & Pete's has four locations at PHL:
phone: +1 215 492-1329address: Concourse A West-Gate A22
phone: +1 215 492-5247address: Concourse C-Gate C31
phone: +1 215 365-2126address: Concourse D/E Connector
phone: +1 215 492-0569address: Concourse E-Gate E5
Vino VoloClub-like restaurant and lounge serving a variety of wines and food inspired by wine country such as smoked salmon and crab meat crostini, artisanal cheeses, and cured meats. Vino Volo has two locations at PHL:
phone: +1 215 365-8600address: Concourse B/C Connector
phone: +1 215 365-8686address: Concourse D/E Connector
phone: +1 215 937-1200The Philadelphia Marketplace consists of a shopping mall connecting Terminals B and C along with the other retail offerings in the airport terminal. PHL has a variety of retail stores including typical mall stores such as Finish Line, Gap, Lids, Sunglass Hut, and Victoria's Secret, upscale stores such as Brigton Collectibles, Brooks Brothers, Coach, Fire & Ice, Furla, and SPANX, stores catering to travelers such as CNBC News, Duty Free, Hudson News, and Stellar News, specialty stores such as PGA Tour, and gift shops selling Philadelphia merchandise such as Pennsylvania Market and Philadelphia America!
phone: +1 215 492-9000address: 1 Arrivals Rd, Terminal BOn-site hotel with walkway to Terminal B of the airport along with shuttle service to terminals. The hotel has soundproof windows and some rooms offer a view of the airport runways. The Philadelphia Airport Marriott contains standard rooms and suites. Amenities include deluxe bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, high-speed Wi-Fi, on-site fitness center, and event space that includes a ballroom. The hotel has an on-site American restaurant and bar called Aviation Grill that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.