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Philly Airport Workers Rally, Gear Up for Possible Strike

Hundreds of Philadelphia airport workers are prepared to rally at noon today to demand a favorable resolution to ongoing talks between the airport workers’ union 32BJ […]

Business

Will Philadelphia Get a Nonstop Flight to Asia Soon?

The addition of a direct Asia route has long been a goal for Philadelphia International Airport, but CEO Chellie Cameron’s recent visit to China is a signal […]

City Life

First Nonstop Flight to Iceland From PHL … Stops in Boston

It was supposed to be a blissfully uninterrupted five-and-a-half hour trip to jagged peaks, blue lagoons, cascading waterfalls and the Northern Lights. But Icelandair’s inaugural flight from […]

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City Life

Reykjavik’s Ridiculously Good-Looking Mayor Kicks Off Icelandair’s Flights From PHL

Today is the first day you can fly nonstop between Philly and Iceland via Icelandair. And just in case you need any other reason to […]

Business

Air Travelers, Rejoice! PHL to Get a $900M Facelift

Philadelphia International Airport is planning its largest set of renovations in over 15 years to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars.  The FAA recently […]

Business

Philadelphia International Airport Plans for New $200M Air Traffic Control Tower

Philadelphia International Airport announced this week that plans are in the works for the construction of a brand new air traffic control tower. According to […]

Business

Frontier Just Launched Non-Stop Flights to Puerto Rico From Philly

On Tuesday, low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines announced that it will begin non-stop flights to San Juan, Puerto Rico, from Philadelphia International Airport in June. On […]

Business

Flights From Philly to Cuba Won’t Be Happening

Airlines rushed to make history last year when they launched commercial flights from the U.S. to Cuba for the first time in more than 50 […]

City Life

More Than 1,000 Flights Already Cancelled at Philly Airport

If you were still hoping to catch tonight’s 9 p.m. American Airlines flight from Philadelphia to Orlando, you’re out of luck. That flight, along with […]

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City Life

American Airlines Reports Delays at PHL After Internet Issues

American Airlines passengers saw major delays this morning after internet issues forced the airline to issue a temporary ground stop.

City Life

Members of Syrian Family Deported at PHL Sue President Trump

Members of a Syrian family who were detained and deported by officials at the Philadelphia International Airport this past weekend have sued President Donald Trump, the Department […]

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City Life

The Latest: How Philly’s Reacting to Trump’s Immigration Ban

Between 5,000 and 6,000 people gathered at the Philadelphia International Airport yesterday to protest President Donald Trump‘s executive order to limit travel for refugees and […]

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City Life

PHL Airport Getting Fancy, Exclusive Lounge

The PHL Airport is getting a nice lounge. But you’ll have to be an American Express Platinum cardmember to use it. Travel blog One Mile […]

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Business

Frontier Adds Routes to Philadelphia International Airport

Low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines will add new routes to the Philadelphia International Airport this spring, according to the Business Journal.

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City

Study: Philadelphia Has the 7th-Best Airport in the U.S.

For reasons I cannot possibly remember or fathom, I once decided to read the Foursquare comments for Philadelphia International Airport. No one’s going to use an […]