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GETTING TO PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
Serving over 30 million passengers annually, Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is one of the East Coast's busiest airports. Centrally located just seven miles from downtown Philadelphia, the airport boasts services to over 130 destinations around the globe with almost 500 daily flights.
Travelers wishing to utilize Philadelphia's mass transit system to reach the airport can choose the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) Regional Rail's Airport Line, serving unique stations at Terminals A, B, C, D, and E. Each station is located adjacent to the baggage claim of each terminal. The Airport Line provides service to and from PHL to Center City Philadelphia, additional SEPTA trains, Amtrak trains, and the NJ Transit trains running out of the 30th Street Station. The Airport Line runs approximately every 30 minutes from City Center Philadelphia with each ride lasting almost 30 minutes. A one-way trip from Center City to PHL is $6.75 with fares set at $9.25 for stations beyond Center City.
Philadelphia International Airport can be accessed via vehicle from Interstate 95. This interstate heads north toward Center City Philadelphia and south into Delaware County, giving millions of passengers convenient access to this regional airport. Passengers that live northeast of the airport will find that PA 291 is the best route to take after taking Interstate 76, otherwise known as the Schuylkill Expressway.
A taxi ride from Center City Philadelphia will be assessed a $28.50 flat-rate charge. Any area that falls within Fairmount Ave to the North, South Street to the South, the Delaware River to the East, and University City/ 38th Street to the West is eligible for this rate. Passengers may also choose to take a rideshare to PHL.
PARKING AT PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
Before you head out on your trip, you are going to want to ensure that you have parking arranged. PHL parking can be confusing if you are not familiar with the options. Philadelphia International Airport parking offers short term parking in the ground level of the garages, long term availability in the upper levels of the garages, and an economy parking lot. Long term parking in these garages caps out at $44 per 24-hour period.
The Economy Lot rates are $11 per day with complimentary shuttle service to the airport provided. Please note that busses, trailers, semis, and vehicles that weigh over 9,000 pounds GVW are not allowed to park in the Economy Lot.
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GETTING AROUND INSIDE PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
Philadelphia International Airport has seven terminal buildings that are divided into six concourses housing a total of 126 gates. Each terminal boasts a myriad of traveler services and amenities designed to provide a pleasant travel experience. Electronic device charging stations, pet relief areas, free Wi-Fi, a children's play area, and lactation suites are just a few of the services that you will find when visiting PHL. Young travelers are encouraged to visit the Philadelphia International Airport website for information and fun geared specifically to children in advance of their trip.
PHL is a treasure trove of food and drink. The only hard decision that you will have to make is what local food to try. Northeast favorite Legal Seafood operates a post at PHL, allowing travelers to indulge in a host of fresh offerings including their famous clam chowder. Or go for the iconic Philly cheesesteak at Geno's or the beloved crab fries at Chickie & Pete's. Various locations of Dunkin' Donuts are perfect for a quick cup of coffee on the go or relax with a glass of wine at Vino Volo or a pint of beer at Yards Brewing Company.
Bookworms will appreciate the onsite virtual library. In addition to a comfortable and quiet seating area, visitors can download a host of titles or sign up for a free card to borrow books. PHL also offers a host of revolving art exhibits, guaranteeing that you will always see something new. Musical entertainment can be found intermittently at the Terminal B/C and F Food Courts as well as wandering throughout the passenger areas. The airport truly comes alive during the holidays with numerous musical performances, visits from Santa Claus, magic shows, and more.