Philadelphia International Airport, Pennsylvania’s largest airport, saw over 30 million passengers on more than 440,000 flights in 2012. Daily non-stop flights are offered to approximately 100 cities in America and 35+ international cities.
Philadelphia International Airport is a hub for US Airways, but features flights from 30 different airlines. Major domestic destinations include Atlanta, Orlando, Chicago, Boston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Dallas/Fort Worth.
Philadelphia International Airport also offers the most international flights of any airport in Pennsylvania with major destinations that include London, England; Frankfurt, Germany; Cancun, Mexico; Toronto, Canada; and Montego Bay, Jamaica.
Getting to/from Philadelphia International Airport
Philadelphia International Airport sits in the southern part of Philadelphia, with a small portion of the airport in Delaware County. It is easily accessible to all the major roadways in the area and offers plenty of parking.
Rental cars from all major companies are available for rent at the airport.
Taking Public Transportation to/from Philadelphia International Airport
One of my favorite things about Philadelphia International Airport is how easy and inexpensive it is to get to and from the airport on public transportation.
SEPTA train service departs Philadelphia’s city center every 30 minutes between 4:18am and 11:19pm everyday, and returns every 30 minutes from 5:09am until 12:09am.
One-way tickets cost $8 on weekends and $7 on weekday evenings and weekends.
The train runs between the airport and Temple University, with five stops in between including Market East Station, near the Old City, and 30th Street Station, which offers easy connections to Amtrak.
Note: All information on this page was correct as of October 31, 2013. Please only use this as a reference and verify any information about flights and public transit prior to traveling.