Traveling Through PHL? Remember These Things

PHL Airport travel

If you’ve already planned your summer vacation and it involves a trip to Philadelphia International Airport, here are some things PHL wants you to remember to make your trip go smoothly:

  • You can check your flight status by calling 800-PHL-GATE or by contacting the airline directly.
  • Travelers with disabilities and/or medical conditions can call the TSA Cares helpline at 1-855-787-2227 for help about screening processes, procedures, and what to expect.
  • TSA Pre-Check lanes are available in Terminal A-East, Terminal B, Terminal C, and Terminal D/E.
  • Drinks aren’t allowed to be brought through the security checkpoint. Consider waiting until after you’ve passed through security to get a beverage.
  • If you have a U.S. or Canadian passport or are an eligible international visitors (from Visa Waiver Program countries), visit the Automated Passport Control kiosks in Terminal A-West.
  • Global Entry kiosks are located in the federal inspection area of Customs Arrivals.
  • If you’re not checking any baggage, you can print your boarding passes through the airline’s website or check in at a self-service kiosk. If you’re checking baggage, you must check in at the counter.
  • Only US Airways/American Airlines provides wheelchair and electric cart services. If you are flying another airline and need these services, contact the airline.
  • If you’re traveling to/from the airport via SEPTA, the Airport Line runs every 30 minutes to/from Terminals A, B, C, D, and E and is $8.00 one way to/from Center City.
  • Liquids, gels, and aerosols in your carry-on luggage must each be 3.4 ounces or fewer and must be placed in a quart-sized plastic bag for inspection.
  • Follow @PHLAirport for the latest news from PHL.

And we at Winner want you to remember that we offer both long-term and short-term PHL Airport parking for your flight out of Philly. Give us a call today to make a reservation!