Philadelphia International Airport


City Raises Minimum Wage for City Contractors to $12 an Hour

@Michael_Nutter signs Exec Order on fair minimum wage for City contractors & sub-contractors: $12/hour starting Jan 1 — City of Philadelphia (@PhiladelphiaGov) May 6, […]


Qatar Airways’ Philadelphia Flights Set to Begin

Qatar Airways, the state-owned airline of the small, rich Middle Eastern country, has started its flights to and from Philadelphia. The Inquirer‘s Linda Lloyd writes […]

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NYT Features Philly Airport Library

The New York Times features the newest branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia—at the airport:

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One-Off Movie Screenings in Philly This Week: Wizard of Oz, The Goonies and More

Every week we round up the one-off film screenings playing in Philadelphia. Click film names for trailer when available. 

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Philly Planes Are Later Than You Thought

The New York Times reports today that Philly leads the nation in unreported flight delays—64 percent of them have gone unreported, distorting the airport’s publicly-reported […]

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Maybe Philadelphia Airport Security Isn’t So Tight

6ABC reports that American Airlines let the wrong man board a Philadelphia-based plane on Sunday. The unidentified passenger had Brad Gertz’s boarding pass—accidentally it seems—and […]


Chickie’s & Pete’s Accused of Skimming Tips

Remember awhile back, when Philadelphia passed the Tip Bill? According to a federal lawsuit, the airport outpost of Chickie’s & Pete’s didn’t get the memo. […]


Infographic: It’s a Party at PHL

Continuing in our data mining of PLCB wine and spirits data, here are the eight establishments at Philadelphia International Airport that have purchased the most […]


Garces Involved in PHL Project

The Sunday Inquirer outlined the planned upgrades to Terminal F at Philadelphia International Airport. When the project is completed, the F might stand for food. […]