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Airport Facts

Cell Phone Lot: Those picking up an arrival passenger can use the free Cell Phone Waiting Lot for up to 60 minutes. You can easily access the lot from both I-95 and Route 291:
  • From I-95: Exit at PHL Airport, enter the airport on the Arriving Flights roadway, and follow the Cell Phone Waiting Lot signs.
  • From Route 291: Follow the signs to PHL, take the Arriving Flights roadway, and look for the Cell Phone Waiting Lot signs.

Philadelphia Airport Transportation Services

One of the most popular airport transportation from Philadelphia Airport are shared ride shuttles or vans. Super Trans and GO Airport Shuttle offer scheduled and on-demand PHL Airport shuttles.
However, app-based transportation companies, such as Uber and Lyft, are more affordable than shuttles and taxi operators. If you’re going to the downtown area, the price will be between $15 and $25.
Public transportation is the cheapest option for airport travelers. You can use the SEPTA train service from PHL to the city center for $6.75. The stations are at Terminal B, Terminal A (East), Terminal C/D, and Terminal E/F.

Philadelphia City Guide

Philadelphia is the biggest city in the entire state of Pennsylvania that has a lot to offer to all its visitors. It is especially known for famous American Revolutionary sites, such as Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, but there are so much more places worth visiting. For art lovers, there is the Philadelphia Museum of Art with Renaissance classics. Please Touch Museum and the Franklin Institute are perfect for families with kids. 
If you’re looking for fancy restaurants or cool bars, visit Reading Terminal Market in downtown Philadelphia. Apart from tasty food, you can find many interesting things to buy. One of Philadelphia’s best entertainment destinations is the popular SugarHouse Casino. Visit this enormous building, have fun, and try your luck.