From PHL airport in Philadelphia to city center

 Philadelphia,  United States

Public transportation from Philadelphia airport

Day route from airport:

Airport Line Fox Chase Line Estimated duration is 42 mins.
Airport Line 4 stops to Suburban Station ( 24 mins - 9.0 mi )
Fox Chase Line 1 stops to Jefferson Station ( 5 mins - 0.5 mi )

This route will take you to Independence hall in Philadelphia city center during day operation times.

Night route from airport:

37 BSO 33 Estimated duration is 1 hour 6 mins.
37 48 stops to Broad St & Snyder Av - MBNS ( 30 mins - 10.3 mi )
BSO 9 stops to Broad St & S Penn Square ( 8 mins - 1.9 mi )
33 7 stops to Market St & 5th St ( 4 mins - 0.7 mi )

This route will take you to Independence hall in Philadelphia city center during night.

Airport Transfers from Philadelphia International Airport

PHL Airport overview

Philadelphia International Airport (IATA: PHL, ICAO: KPHL, FAA LID: PHL) is the primary airport serving Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. It served 12.4 million passengers annually in 2022, making it the busiest airport in Pennsylvania and the 21st-busiest airport in the United States. The airport is located 7 miles (11 km) from the city's downtown area and has 22 airlines that offer nearly 500 daily departures to more than 130 destinations worldwide. The airport is the fifth-largest hub for American Airlines and serves as American Airlines' primary hub in the Northeastern United States and its primary European and transatlantic gateway. The airport is a regional cargo hub for UPS Airlines and a focus city for Frontier Airlines. The airport has service to cities in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East. As of 2019, the airport offers flights to 140 destinations, 102 of which are domestic and 38 of which international. Much of the airport property is in the city of Philadelphia. Terminal A, the international terminal, and the western and southern ends of the airfield, are in Tinicum Township, Delaware County. PHL covers 2,302 acres (932 ha) and has four runways. Philadelphia International Airport is an important component of the economies of Philadelphia, the Delaware Valley metropolitan region to which it belongs, and Pennsylvania. The Commonwealth's Aviation Bureau reported in its Pennsylvania Air Service Monitor that the total economic impact made by the state's airports in 2004 was $22 billion. In 2017, the airport commissioned a new economic impact report, which found that it accounted for $15.4 billion in economic activity, $5.4 billion in total earnings, and over 96,000 direct and indirect jobs. In October 2022, the airport gained a direct connection to a Colonial Pipeline fuel supply.

Airport details

Name Philadelphia International Airport
Actual time 16:09
Actual date 2024/07/23