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Flights to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PHL)

Flights into Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) are conveniently provided by 15 carriers, seven of which operate internationally. Gates are arranged around a curved linear plan of seven terminals, each of which is only a short distance to its furthest gates. Commuter trains parallel the airport layout, stopping at each terminal for easy access.

Airline travelers can choose from a plethora of more than 160 shops and restaurants located in the terminals and connectors. The Philadelphia Market on the B/C connector looks and acts like a modern shopping mall, with a food court and 30 distinct shops of national recognition as well as local flavor. Many airlines feature a club-style space located in a terminal convenient to gates, pampering frequent flyers in comfortable style.

Traveling between Philadelphia International and other points in the city is supremely easy via SEPTA, or Southeast Philadelphia Transportation Authority, the regional rail service. A 25-minute trip from the airport to the city, the train route stops at all major terminals, eliminating the need for transfers. Stops in the city center include the Market East Station, connecting airline passengers to most other points within the city and surrounding suburbs.

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Philadelphia Airports

  • Philadelphia Intl. (PHL)