What is the layout of the Philadelphia airport?


Quick Answer

Philadelphia International Airport has seven terminals, running from west to east, as of 2015. It divides terminal A into A-West and A-East, which are followed by terminals B, C, D, E and F. Each terminal has its own baggage claim, and each terminal has a nearby or connected parking garage.

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A map of Philadelphia International Airport is available on PHL.org. To view the map, visit the PHL.org home page and place the cursor over Passenger Information. On the drop-down menu that appears, click Terminal Map, Food & Shops. The page lists the airlines, food and beverage, retail and service options at each terminal. Click Interactive Airport Map to view a map of the airport.

Clicking on the map brings up a pop-up box with more information, which varies depending on the clicked item. For example, clicking a parking garage brings up rates at that garage, while clicking on a gate brings up the next scheduled departure at that gate.

Courtesy shuttles transport passengers between people. The airport offers garage, short-term and economy parking. It has garage parking on the upper level of the garage and short-term on the ground level. Garage parking is available in all terminals, and short-term parking is available in all terminals except terminal F. The economy parking lot is remote and located past terminal F.

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