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NTSB: Flight Crew at Fault in 2014 PHL Accident

This article has been updated to include NTSB video of the 2014 accident. The March 2014 accident where a US Airways plane’s nose gear collapsed […]

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Seven Fabulous Florida Trips for Philadelphians

Considering that they’re nearly a thousand miles apart, Philly has always had an unexpectedly tight relationship with Florida. There are the old-money Main Liners who’ve […]

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Sunday Storm Update: Hello, Sunshine!

After two feet or so of snow, the Great Blizzard of 2016 appears to be over. The mess isn’t. Dawn brought a bright blue sky […]

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Philadelphia International Airport Cancels All Flights for Saturday

The Philadelphia International Airport is canceling all flights on Saturday in advance of the impending blizzard set to his the city. The airport sent out […]

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Frontier Airlines Adds Two More New Flights from Philly

Frontier Airlines sure seems to love Philadelphia. On Tuesday, the airline announced the addition of two new non-stop flights from the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL). That […]


Frontier Airlines Adds 10 Non-Stop Flights from Philadelphia

Business and leisure travelers in Philadelphia just got a lot more choices for non-stop domestic flights. Frontier Airlines has added non-stop flights from the Philadelphia […]

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Charge Your Electric Vehicle for Free* at PHL Airport Garages

Eco-conscious travelers who own electric cars can now take them to Philadelphia International Airport and leave them there knowing they will be fully charged when they […]

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Philadelphia International Airport Ranked 3rd Healthiest in the Country 

Well, here’s some good news for your holiday traveling season: Philadelphia International Airport was just named the third healthiest airport in the country by the […]


Kenney Names New Airport CEO

Mayor-Elect Jim Kenney wasted no time in naming a new CEO for the Philadelphia International Airport. Just three days after Mark Gale retired, Kenney named Chellie […]


Mark Gale: Why I’m Retiring as CEO of Philadelphia International Airport

The Philadelphia International Airport is a much different place than in 1985, when Mark Gale started his career as an intern. The blue building on […]


Airport CEO Mark Gale Announces Retirement

Mark Gale, CEO of the Philadelphia International Airport has announced his retirement. He spent nearly 28 years at the airport and was appointed CEO in 2009. Gale […]


Airport Workers Striking, Fasting and Hoping Holiday Travelers Notice

First they went on strike for 24 hours. A few days later, they fasted for 24 hours. They held a “vigil” at City Hall, rallied […]


Philly Pizza Shop Owner, Friend Told They Can’t Fly After Speaking Arabic

Two Philadelphians were delayed on a flight back from Chicago’s Midway Airport because a passenger was uncomfortable with them speaking Arabic, they said. “We’re American […]


Philadelphia Airport Workers Going on Strike

Workers at the Philadelphia International Airport have announced that they’re going on a 24-hour strike from Wednesday evening until Thursday evening. They’ll be joined by workers in Chicago, […]


How I Went From Perpetual Over-Packer to Carry-On Convert

Thanksgiving, the most traveled holiday of the year, is almost upon us, which means a checked bag or two or 10,000 are bound to get […]