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Philadelphia International Airport

Philadelphia International Airport

Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is located 7 miles from downtown Philadelphia. It is the only major airport serving the metropolitan area. PHL is the second largest hub and primary international hub of US Airways, with thirty airlines offering 124 cities and 38 international destinations. Air Canada, Air Canada Jazz, British Airways, and Lufthansa all serve from PHL. Rail service to PHL is available via SEPTA’s Airport Rail Line. The general transportation system is a network of public transit, taxicab, shuttle, and limousine services.
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Public Transport

Public Transport

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) incorporates many forms of transit: bus, subway and elevated rail, light rail, commuter rail and electric trolley bus. There are a variety of fare options. You can either pay cash for one way or buy a "One-Day Independence Pass" that allows you to travel on any and all SEPTA buses, trolleys, subways and trains. You can get the One-Day Independence Pass from the conductor on any Regional Rail train. Passes are also available at SEPTA Ticket and Sales Offices and online at shop.septa.org.
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