A Complete Guide to Philadelphia International Airport

Planned a vacation to the United States but stuck on a Philadelphia International Airport? Do not get worried as the Philadelphia Airport is the 11th busiest airport in the world and is a primary hub for US Airways. The airport gives the feeling like you are roaming in a mall or a museum.

Philadelphia Airport is situated 7 miles southwest of city center and easily accessible by car. PHL has seven terminals that are connected and offers free Wi-Fi services throughout the Airport.

Moreover, you should not worry about airport parking, dining, shopping, drinks as you will find all under one roof.

Let’s take you to the journey where you will get to know about things that can entertain you at PHL.

Food Finds

The airport of Philadelphia has an impressive assortment of restaurants that are available with 75 dining options. One is Legal Sea Foods in Terminal B, a station of the Boston seafood restaurant where you can have fresh seafood that includes lobster rolls, fish chips, fried clams, and oysters. For the Italian food lovers, there are LeBus in Terminal A and F, and Aldo Lamberti Trattoria in Terminal C. If you are cheesesteaks lover then don’t forget to visit Cantina Laredo and Philly Steak & Gyro in Terminal C.

Get Moving

If you have enough of time to relax at an airport, then enjoy the spa services by XpresSpa. In case you have a longer time gap between the flights, Minute Suites has a place in terminal A, where you can spend a good time in one of their suites or workstations.

Sip and Dine

At any airport, you will see various restaurants where you can have fresh food options, but not able to figure out one. In that case, the popular wine bar Vino Volo in Terminal A, B, C, D, E in PHL Airport makes a great selection as there you can place an order for wine by glass, bottle, and flight. Moreover, the airport has some staple bars such as Jet Rock Bar & Grille and Jack Duggan’s Pub where you will also have an option of craft cocktails along with beer and wine.

Lounges

Philadelphia International Airport is a hub for Americans and has several Admirals Club Lounges, out of which 2 are in terminal A one in terminal F and one in the B/C connector.

Above is the series of guide to all your questions that run through your mind when you miss your flight unfortunately and look for what to do in remaining time.