Terminals information Philadelphia Airport

Philadelphia airport has 7 terminal buildings, divided in 7 concourses. In total, the airport has 124 gates. All the terminals are connected through an airside and is planned to built a people mover in 2022 as part of the airport expansion project.

 

Terminals at PHL airport:

 

Terminal A West

Was opened in 2003 and has 13 gates. from A14 to A26. It is home for American Airlines and it also hosts domestic and international flights, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways and British Airways.

International arrivals are located at the Arrivals building.

 

Terminal A East

American Airlines uses this terminal to operates with domestic and international flights. It has 11 gates: from A2 to A13 with the exception of A5. A1 is used by American Eagle.

 

Terminal B and C

Both terminals are used by American Airlines and are connected by a food court and a shopping mall known as “Philadelphia Marketplace”.

- Terminal B has 15 gates: from B1 to B16 (except B12).

- Terminal C has 15 gates: from C17 to C31.

The biggest part of the airport for shopping or dining is between Concourses B-C.

 

Terminal D

It connects with Terminal E and also with the shopping area of Terminals B and C. It is home for Alaska Airlines, Air Canada, United Airlines and Delta Air Lines. it has 16 gates: from D1 to D16.

 

Terminal E

It is home for JetBlue Airways, Frontier Airlines and Southwest Airlines (and also Delta Air Lines and Delta Connection ticketing). It has 17 gates: from E1 to E17. It connects with terminal D.

 

Terminal F (Concourses 1, 2, 3)

It is used for American Eagle. It has 38 gates: from F1 to F39 with the exception of F8. American Eagle shuttle bus stop is located at F10.