Philadelphia airport (PHL)

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Philadelphia International Airport, opened in 1940, serves the Delaware Valley area, Pennsylvania, and is one of the busiest in the United States. It operates with domestic and international flights to Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Europe.

Official Website: phl.org
Number of Terminals - 7 - A West and East, B, C, D, E and F. Open 24 hours a day. A free shuttle bus links the terminals to each other.
Annual passenger traffic: 29.6 million passengers went through it in 2017.
Tel: +1 215 937 6937. E-mail: contactPHL@phl.org. Flight information: Tel +1 800 745 4283. There are several information counters throughout each terminal.

Location

The airport is located 11 km (7 miles) southwest from downtown Philadelphia.

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Car rental companies

Car rental agencies are available 24 hours a day and operate shuttles from the baggage reclaim areas to their offices.

Alamo (Tel +1 215 492 3960 / 833 338 3323)
Avis (Tel +1 215 492 0900)
Budget (Tel +1 800 527 0700 / 215 492 9043)
Dollar (Tel +1 800 800 4000 / 866 434 2226)
Enterprise (Tel +1 610 521 3700 / 833 338 3321)
Hertz (Tel +1 215 492 7205)
National (Tel +1 800 227 7368 / 833 338 3322)

 

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Parking services at Philadelphia airport (PHL)

Inside the enclosure there are parking areas for short and long stays. One minute away from the terminals there is also a free passenger pick-up zone for 60 minutes (Cell Phone Waiting Lot). In addition, charging stations for electric vehicles and bicycle racks are available. More information: Tel +1 215 683 9842. Rates

Parking Garages - Multi-storey facilities opposite the terminals. Short-term spaces on the ground floor.
Economy Parking - Outdoor area for long stays situated past Terminal F. A complimentary shuttle service runs 24 hours a day to the terminals.

 

Services for passengers with special needs

Facilities include ramps, elevators, moving walkways, Braille signage, adapted toilets and telephones, reserved parking spaces, special lanes at the security checkpoints, relief areas for service animals. Individual airlines provide wheelchairs. Transportation systems in and around the airport are accessible for passengers with reduced mobility.