Philadelphia International Airport is one of the busiest in the nation. It is a major hub for U.S. Air. Getting to the airport is easy from almost anywhere in the area.
Time Required: 10 minutes to 1 hour
- Driving from Center City take I-95 South to the Philadelphia International Airport exit or take the Schuylkill Expressway (I-76) East and follow signs to the airport.
- Driving from the PA Turnpike, exit at the mid-county exit (Rt. 476) and take 476 South to I-95. Take I-95 to the Philadelphia International Airport exit.
- Driving from New Jersey take exit 3 and follow the signs to the Walt Whitman Bridge. After the toll plaza stay in the far right lane and take I-95 South to the Philadelphia Airport exit.
- Driving from Delaware take I-95 North to the Philadelphia International Airport Exit.
- Short term parking is available in Terminals A, B, C, D and E. Long term garage parking is available in terminals A, B, C and D. A remote exterior lot is located past Terminal E. Shuttle buses are available 24 hrs. a day.
- There are many private park and ride facilities available along I-95 where you can park and be taken to the airport via van.
- By train, the R1 High Speed Rail Line can be boarded at Eastwick Station, University City, 30th Street Station, Penn Center Suburban Station, and Market East/The Gallery. It costs $5.00 one-way to Center City.
- SEPTA's ParaTransit Division (Zone1 $ 2.25 base fare) and Bus Routes 37 and 108 (Zone 1 $1.60 one-way plus $.40 for each transfer) also stop at the airport.
- You can also take a cab, limousine or many other forms of private transit to the airport. Most hotels in the area offer shuttle service to and from the airport.
- If you drive and park at a remote lot you should add an extra 30 minutes to an hour to your trip.
- Remote private lots are much less expensive and also more secure than parking in the airport garages.
- Take advantage of the free shuttles to and from the airport.