Questions regarding traveling through Philadelphia International Airport (IATA: PHL) serving Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the northeastern United States, and a hub and gateway for American Airlines.

Philadelphia International Airport (IATA: PHL) is the principal commercial airport serving and the surrounding areas of southeastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey.

PHL has 7 concourses, 6 attached to the main terminal (A-West, A-East, B, C, D, and E) and the regional terminal (F). It is a hub and gateway for , following its merger with .

The airport is located to the south of Center City Philadelphia and most commonly accessed by Interstate 95 or by the SEPTA Regional Rail Airport Line, which operates every half-hour, 7 days a week. See SEPTA's Service to Philadelphia International Airport page for more information. Note that weekday Zone 4 fares are charged at all times for airport trips.

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