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Book Cheap Flights from Phoenix to Philadelphia

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Airports in Phoenix

The city of Phoenix is served by 4 airports - Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix Deer Valley Airport, Phoenix Goodyear Airport, and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. Both Phoenix Deer Valley Airport and Phoenix Goodyear Airport are general aviation reliever airports for Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport provides commercial flights around the United States. The Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is the primary airport serving the city. It is situated in the Maricopa County, Arizo, approximately 5 kilometers away from the Downtown Phoenix. It provides passenger & cargo services to both domestic and international destinations such as San Jose, Calgary, Vancouver, Cancun, Edmonton, Pureto Vallarta, Atlanta, Denver, San Diego, Las Vegas, and more. All the airports are connected to the city via rental cars, taxis, shuttles, PHX Sky Train, bicycles, and other public transportation.

Explore Philadelphia

The largest city in the US Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Is the center of economic and cultural activities of the Delaware valley. One of the most important historical centers of the country, Philadelphia is located along the lower Schuylkill and Delaware Rivers. Before Washington D.C., Philadelphia served as the capital of the USA. Today, the city is replete with interesting museums, a vibrant nightlife, and a flourishing restaurant scene.

Things to do in Philadelphia

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum

An excellent place to visit for art lovers, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum is home to an arrayed collection of American Art from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. This collection comprises works by early American artists. Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum is also popular for being the oldest of its kind in the country.

Franklin Institute Science Museum

Franklin Institute Science Museum is a tribute if Benjamin Franklin, the renowned scientist. The facility includes a huge marble statue of seated Franklin. The museum offers visitors with opportunities to try their own experiments in several fields such as information technology, computers, astronomy, space travel, and oceanography.

Fort Mifflin

Listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings, Fort Mifflin is located near the junctions of the Delaware and Schuylkill Rivers. It is a sight of Revolutionary War battle and was built by the British in 1772.

Best Time to Fly to Philadelphia

Weather-wise, March to May is the best time to visit Philadelphia. During these months, the weather becomes pleasant.

Philadelphia Travelers' Reviews

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Wonderful
- Denekia  Oct 12, 2018
  My trip to Philadelphia
I went for the purpose of supporting my son at his show and it was amazing.
- Sherri  Oct 10, 2018

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