Philadelphia International Airport
Beer-loving travelers are in good hands at Philadelphia International Airport.
This weekend’s winter storm came and went, but not before it left behind some tricky travel conditions.
As of 3:30 p.m., a spokesperson for the airport says there are no FAA reported delays for arriving or departing flights.
Shortly after the snow started this morning, the number of flights listed in red as “cancelled” started growing.
Many air travelers arrived at the airport early this morning, hoping to get a head start on the snow.
The airport’s two main carriers, US Airways and American, say they will waive change fees in light of the forecast.
Sunday’s snow storm caught many people off guard, including staff at Philadelphia International Airport.
Heavy rain and strong winds complicated holiday travel plans Wednesday for commuters at Philadelphia International Airport and along the major roadways in the region.
As a storm packed with a mixed bag of precipitation moves towards our region just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday travel, one word is key at Philadelphia International Airport: patience!
“I would’ve liked to have gone on Tuesday, but now I’m glad I’m leaving today, because I know the weather is going to be a bear,” says Maria Hull.
Tens of millions of Americans will be traveling this week to catch up with loved ones and friends for Thanksgiving. But for many of those taking to the sky to reach their destinations, the journey has already begun.
FCC’s chairman Tom Wheeler says the ban on talking on cell phones is out of date, so at their meeting next month, the commission will discuss allowing air travelers to make phone calls once the plane reaches 10,000 feet.
“I’m In Philly,” That’s the name of the collection of art work from Philadelphia photographer Scott Weiner that is on display at Philadelphia International Airport.
Philadelphia International Airport has unveiled the revamped and expanded Terminal F, one of its busiest terminals.