Philadelphia International Airport
If the weather is making you nervous about flying on Wednesday and you want to change your flight, it’s a bit too soon to say whether airlines would waive their change fees.
The AAA Mid-Atlantic estimates more than a half million Philadelphia-area residents will travel 50 miles or more away from home over the Thanksgiving holiday.
Baggage handlers at Philadelphia Internatiional Airport went back to work Friday, a day after they held a one-day walkout.
A San Francisco-based company that’s combined car sharing with car renting has opened a branch near Philadelphia International Airport.
It could be a rough morning for travelers at Philadelphia International Airport as some baggage handlers have pulled out the picket signs.
Philadelphia police say Karen Benitez, also known as Karen Garcia, claimed she was a job recruiter for US Airways. She charged applicants $200 each.
One former employee of an airport contractor, a wheelchair attendant, tearfully recounted being fired because of her activity in support of a fair wage.
Dreading that trip to the airport to head home for Thanksgiving? A travel lobbying group is issuing a dire warning…that things could get that busy on a regular basis year round…and soon.
Some flights heading into Philadelphia are delayed an average of one hour and 43 minutes.
The TSA says it confiscates hundreds of dangerous items each month at the screening checkpoints of Philadelphia International Airport.
Thousands of customers in the Philadelphia region are without power today as a result of the heavy winds. Travelers are also experiencing flight delays.
Some arriving flights are running an average of an hour and 20 minutes behind schedule.
A city councilman wants labor deals in place for employees of contractors at Philadelphia International Airport.
Those surveyed on the website sleepinginairports.net ranked Philadelphia International as the sixth-worst airport in North America — but most travelers at PHL say they had a good travel experience.
Philadelphia airport workers, with the help of one of the largest service employee unions, held a press conference saying they are not properly equipped to prevent the spread of Ebola.