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Contact Philadephia International Airport: Find below customer care details of Philadephia Airport, including telephone and address. You can reach the below contact for flight status, cancellation, special assistance, baggage claim, car parking, airport transportation, hotels, taxis or other queries on Philadephia Airport services. Besides contact details, the page also offers information and links on Philadephia Airport.

Philadelphia Airport Customer Care
Phone: 215-937-6937
TDD: 215-937-6755
Email: [email protected]

Lost and Found
215-937-6888 or
(610) 521-720

ADA Information Line
TDD 1-800-514-0383

Flight Information


Airport Police

Philadelphia International Airport
Philadelphia, PA 19153

Airline Contact
Air Canada: 1-888-247-2262
Air Jamaica: 1-800-523-5585
Air Tran: 1-800-825-8538
American Airlines: 1-800-433-7300
American Eagle: 1-800-433-7300
British Airways: 1-800-247-9297
Continental Airlines: 1-800-525-0280
Continental Express: 1-800-525-0280
Delta Air Lines: 1-800-221-1212
Delta Connection: 1-800-221-1212
Frontier Airlines: 1-800-432-1359
Lufthansa: 1-800-645-3880
Southwest: 1-800-435-9792
United Airlines: 1-800-241-6522
United Express: 1800-241-6522
US Airways: 1-800-428-4322
US Airways Express: 1-800-428-4322
USA 3000: 877-872-3000

Philadephia Airport Transportation


Septa Bus Service
Phone: (215) 580-7800

Ground Transportation
Phone: 215-937-6958

AAA One Direct: (215) 677-3544
American Limo: (484) 368-7041
Atlantic Sedan: (610) 659-8513
Lady Liberty: (215) 724-8888
Pennywise Sedan: (866) 255-7686
Tropiano: (800) 559-2040

For phone numbers of cabs/taxis at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport click here.

Philadephia Airport Hotels
For phone numbers of hotels near Dallas/Fort Worth Airport click here.

Flight Status
To check flight arrival or departure status at Philadelphia International Airport click here

About Philadelphia International Airport
Philadelphia International Airport commenced commercial operations in the year 1940. The airport is the largest in Pennyslvania and is the second largest hub for US Airways. The airport is owned and operated by the City of Philadelphia. Thanks to the airport, over 1,00,000 have jobs. In 2010, the airport served some 30 million passengers. The airport further handled some 460,779 aircraft. In fact the airport connects to some 120 cities. If you dint know, Philadephia Airport offers free Wireless internet access to everyone.

Some of the major airlines operating from the airport include Air Canada, AirTran, American Airlines, British Airways, Continental Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Lufthansa, Frontier Airlines, United Express, Lufthansa, US Airways, US Airways Express and USA 3000 Airlines.

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  1. Angela Nagy Reply

    I don’t know what airport is worse: Philadelphia airport or Tampa Airport. My flight from Tampa was changed; I had one stop over to the Atlanta airport and I didn’t get into Philadelphia until last night at 12:40 p.m.

    However, before I flew out of Philadelphia on Sunday; I couldn’t find the economy parking. I saw the sign but all I saw were rental car parking. I had to go into short term parking or I would have missed my flight and I ended up paying $132. It was supposed to be from Sunday to Tuesday but it took me into Wednesday at 1:30 a.m.

    This is the first time that I ever used the airport parking facilities.

    When I got into Philly I had to ask people where the ST parking lot was and having to look for my car after midnight was yet another nightmare. I had the option of looking for A, B,C, D to find the ST parking area and was told to go to A. WTH?

    I was then to told to call the white phone from a police officer riding around the parking lot. Even though I wrote down the aisle number down but at 1 am. there were so many cars I got confused and I had to call the ST parking lot and had to call this number several times telling me where my car was. They finally sent a car to pick me up and he didn’t know where my car was either. We found it and I didn’t get home until after 2 a.m. on Wednesday, August 7th. Thank you for picking me up though.

    If you are not familiar with the airport you are at a disadvantage. I am going to Georgia in a few weeks to visit friends; I am either going to see if I can get a flight from the Trenton airport; if not I will cancel my reservation because I have no intention of going back to Philadelphia. So you can thank me for my donation because I will not be reimbursed for my Georgia reservation when I will cancel it. I am sure the airlines will be happy about this.

    It should not be this difficult to navigate your airport. Cars going into all directions will one day cause accidents or run people down.

  2. Barbara Keferl Reply

    I traveled to PHL for flights with U.S. Airways to Sacramento CA. This was my first time to fly through PHL and I will avoid having to use this airport again. I made a total of 4 complete trips (8 flights) in 2 weeks, so I have limited but extensive (hours)experience. I had to access Terminal F on each flight. I don’t understand why there are not shuttle buses WAITING to transport people to this terminal rather than the customer having to WAIT for the shuttle bus. The airport staff directing people (the folks siting on stools talking to each other rather than helping) to this area were RUDE and not helpful.My flight dates were 7-16,7-18,7-28,7-30. I am following up this e mail with a mailed visitor comment card.

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