Philadelphia Airport Informational Guide to Philadelphia Airport - PHL - NON OFFICIAL

Philadelphia Airport Terminal D

Philadelphia Airport Terminal D opened at 1973.

The terminal is home of some carriers such as Alaska Airlines, Air Canada, United and Delta Airlines.

Philadelphia Airport Terminal D is home of boarding gates D1 to D16.

Terminal D only stands for a single concourse where the boarding gates are located.


Level 1 

Arrivals area. Baggage claiming and ticketing. Also access to ground transportation options. 

Level 2 

Security check and access to departures area. 

Level 3 

International arrivals. 

Level 4 



All terminals are connected via airside, however depending on your terminal you will have to walk several minutes. 

There is also a shuttle airside, that runs from Terminal F to Terminals A-East and C every five minutes.

To catch it, here are the following stops: 
- Terminal C: Gate C-16. Terminal D is just a few minutes walking from Terminal C. 


The following services can be found in Philadelphia Airport Terminal D:

- ATMs
- Food, drink and retail concessions
- Toilets
- Information desk
- Water fountains
- Art exhibitions
- Police station
- Charging points
- Shoeshine
- Baggage trolleys
- Animal relief area
- Currency exchange

See more Services here.   

Airport lounges

United Airlines United Club: Terminal C/D connector. Services: snacks, drinks, Wi-Fi, newspapers and magazines, TV, Internet Terminals, telephones, among others. 

Delta Air Lines Delta Sky Club: Terminal D. Services: snacks, drinks, Wi-Fi, newspapers and magazines, TV, printers and copiers, non-smoking, among others.