Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority Serving Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties
Please note, effective Saturday, October 17, all US Airways flights will be American Airlines flights. Tips for customers traveling Saturday are available on the American Airlines website
The best travel option when traveling between Center City and Philadelphia International Airport is by Regional Rail.
Trains stop at all major Philadelphia International Airport terminals, and reach Center City Philadelphia in approximately 25 minutes, with one intermediate stop.
Airport Line service runs seven days a week, between 5:00 a.m. and 12 midnight.
Travel to Philadelphia International Airport requires a Zone 4 weekday fare at all times.
Purchase the One Day Independence Pass providing unlimited use of all SEPTA services in one calendar day.
Fares on-board Trains are cash only
Please be sure to tell the conductor your final destination when you get on the first train.
Of course, customers may take advantage of any other discounted fare options, or simply by buying a ticket in advance from shop.septa.org. Allow seven to ten business days for tickets to arrive by mail.
Terminal E & Terminal F
The end point of all Airport Line trains. Terminal F is a short, indoor walk from the station platform
Airlines Terminal E: Air Tran, Jet Blue, Southwest, Delta (ticketing), Frontier
Airlines Terminal F: American Eagle
Terminal C & Terminal D
Visit Terminal D featuring a renovated shopping plaza of modern retailers
Airlines: Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, Delta Airlines (Gates & Baggage), Delta Connection, United, American Airlines Domestic service (Terminal C)
The Marriott Hotel is a short walk from the station platform
Airlines: American Airlines Domestic service
Terminal A (East and West gates)
The station platform connects to the east portion of the terminal. Access to west gates may require customers to walk outside
Airlines (East Gate): American Airlines (including all flights to Chicago (ORD), Dallas (DFW), and Miami (MIA), American Eagle, Spirit
Airlines (West Gate): American Airlines International & Caribbean service, British Airways, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways
Nearby to SEPTA bus routes, PNC Operations Center, and more Airport hotels
Situated in the heart of University of Pennsylvania college and health campuses
30th Street Station
Convenient connections to Amtrak and NJ Transit rail services; BoltBus and MegaBus services. Nearby other SEPTA transit services including the Market-Frankford Line, Trolley lines and Center City destined bus routes
Located in the heart of Center City Philadelphia, nearby to a number of major corporations, the Art Museum area and Ben Franklin Parkway. Major transfer point for other SEPTA Regional Rail services
Underneath the famous Reading Terminal Market and adjacent to the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Convenient connections to Greyhound and NJ Transit bus services at 10th & Filbert Station. Steps away from major downtown hotels
The main campus of the famed Philadelphia institution, near the corner of Broad & Cecil B. Moore
All stations served by the Airport Line are accessible.
Philadelphia International Airport is served by Route 37 and Route 108 bus service
Eastwick Station is served by Route 37, Route 68 and Route 108 bus service
Times and stop information may be found within each individual bus schedule
Additional information can be found on the Philadelphia International Airport website