Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority, SEPTA, provides train service between Center City and the Airport on the Airport Regional Rail Line. Trains run every 30 minutes and operate from 4:52 am to 11:52 pm (Center City to Airport) and from 5:07 am to 12:30 am (Airport to Center City).
Stations on the Airport Regional Rail Line include Terminal E/F, Terminal C/D, Terminal B, Terminal A (East), Eastwick, University City, 30th Street, and three Center City stations along Market Street. All stations on the Airport Line are wheelchair accessible.
Connections to other SEPTA Regional Rail lines and transit routes can be made at University City, 30th Street, Suburban and Jefferson Stations.
The one-way Regional Rail fare to Center City is $6.75; or $9.25 to any other station beyond Center City.
Connections to Amtrak Northeast Corridor and Keystone Service and NJ Transit Atlantic City Rail Line can be made at 30th Street Station.
SEPTA Quick Trip Fare is now available for travel on the Airport Line from all Airport terminal stations. Use your credit or debit card to buy your one-way fare at the fare kiosk located at each terminal platform stop. Learn more at http://www.septa.org/key/updates/airport-quick-trips.html
The Airport is also served by three SEPTA bus routes at Zone 1 of the Arrivals Road outside of baggage claim: Route 37 to/from South Philadelphia and Chester, Pa.; Route 108 to/from 69th Street Transportation Center; Route 115 to/from Suburban Square in Ardmore.
The single-ride transit fare is $2.50.
For additional SEPTA information, call 215-580-7800 or visit www.septa.org
For travel from Center City to PHL, a SEPTA TrailPass, TransPass (weekends only), and the One Day Independence Pass are valid for travel between Center City Philadelphia and the Airport. This includes TrailPasses, TransPasses, and One Day Independence Passes loaded on your SEPTA Key card. You can also use Travel Wallet on the SEPTA Key card. Travel Wallet allows you to pay as you go versus using a daily, weekly or monthly pass. If you don't have a SEPTA Key card - they are available at SEPTA Sales Offices and SEPTA Key Fare Kiosks. The initial cost of the card is $4.95.
You can also purchase a Quick Trip using cash, credit or debit from a SEPTA Key Fare Kiosk located at Jefferson Station, Suburban Station, Temple University Station, 30th Street Station, and Penn Medicine Station. A Quick Trip is valid for one-way travel between PHL and Center City Philadelphia via SEPTA's Airport Line. The cost is $6.75.
Or if you're tight on time, you can pay $8 cash onboard the train.
If you're coming from the airport, you can purchase a Quick Trip using cash, credit, debit card from the SEPTA Key Fare Kiosks located at each Airport Line Terminal Stop. The cost is $6.75. Or if you are planning to use SEPTA beyond this trip, you can purchase a SEPTA Key card from the Fare Kiosk (cost is $4.95) and load Travel Wallet - this allows you to pay as you go.
Fare can be purchased onboard the train but is $8 cash only. Please be sure to tell the conductor your final destination when you get on the train.
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Airport Line service runs seven days a week, between 5a and 12a. Trains depart PHL International Airport every 30 minutes.
Terminal E + Terminal F - Train departs at :07 and :37 every hour.
Terminal C + Terminal D - Train departs at :09 and :39 every hour.
Terminal B - Train departs at :10 and :40 every hour.
Terminal A - Train departs at :11 and :41 every hour.
Eastwick Station is an intermediate station for PNC Operations Center, Airport hotels, and several SEPTA Bus Routes.
Penn Medicine Station is situated in the heart of University of Pennsylvania's college and health campuses.
At 30th Street Station make convenient connections to Amtrak and NJ Transit rail services; BoltBus and MegaBus services; nearby other SEPTA transit services including the Market-Frankford Line, Trolley Lines and Center City destined Bus Routes. This is also the stop for Drexel University.
Suburban Station is located in the heart of Center City Philadelphia, nearby to a number of major corporations, the Art Museum area and Ben Franklin Parkway. Major transfer point for other SEPTA Regional Rail Lines.
Also located in Center City, Jefferson Station is steps the famous Reading Terminal Market and adjacent to the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Convenient connections to Greyhound and NJ Transit bus services at 10th & Filbert Station. Close to major downtown hotels and a short walk to Historic Philadelphia.
Temple University Station serves the main campus of the famed Philadelphia institution, near the corner of Broad & Cecil B. Moore.
Airport Line (SEPTA)
The Airport Line (formerly the R1 Airport) is a route of the SEPTA Regional Railcommuter rail system in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, which officially runs between Philadelphia International Airport through Center City to Temple University station. In practice, however, only a few trains originate or terminate at Temple; most are through routed with lines to the north, primarily the Warminster Line, with some through-routed trains originating and terminating at Glenside.
The line between Center City and the airport runs seven days a week from 5:00 AM to midnight with trains every 30 minutes. The trip length from Suburban Station to the airport is 19 to 24 minutes. The line is fully grade-separated in the normal service, but one crossing between Temple University and Glenside is present at Rices Mill Road in Glenside.
While geographically on the former Pennsylvania Railroad side of the Regional Rail System, the route consists of new construction, a reconstructed industrial branch of the former Pennsylvania Railroad, and a shared Conrail (formerly Reading Company) freight branch. The Airport Line opened on April 28, 1985, as SEPTA R1, providing service from Center City to Philadelphia International Airport. By its twentieth anniversary in 2005, the line had carried over 20 million passengers to and from the airport. The line splits from Amtrak's Northeast Corridor north of Darby and passes over it via a flying junction. West of the airport, the line breaks from the old right-of-way and a new bridge carries it over I-95 and into the airport terminals between the baggage claim (arrivals) and the check-in counters (departures).
The line stops at four stations which are directly connected to each airport terminal by escalators and elevators which rise one level to the walkways between the arrival and departure areas. All airport stations feature high-level platforms to make it easier to board and alight from the train with luggage. Some stations can be accessed directly from the arrivals concourse by crossing Commercial Vehicles Road. The line ends between Terminals E and F at their combined station.
As of 2018[update], most weekday Airport Line trains are through routed with the Warminster Line and alternate between terminating in Glenside and Warminster. Most weekend trains either continue on to Warminster or terminate at Temple University.
The Airport Line makes the following station stops, after leaving the Center City Commuter Connection.
|Connections / notes|
|C||University City, Philadelphia||Penn Medicine||1.8 (2.9)||SEPTA Regional Rail: Manayunk/Norristown, Media/Elwyn, Warminster, West Trenton, and Wilmington/Newark lines|
SEPTA City Bus: 40, LUCY
|1||Eastwick, Philadelphia||Eastwick||7.2 (11.6)||SEPTA City Bus: 37, 68|
SEPTA Suburban Bus: 108, 115
|4||Philadelphia International Airport||Terminal A||9.1 (14.6)||SEPTA City Bus: 37|
SEPTA Suburban Bus: 108, 115
|Terminal B||SEPTA City Bus: 37|
SEPTA Suburban Bus: 108, 115
|Terminals C & D||9.3 (15.0)||SEPTA City Bus: 37|
SEPTA Suburban Bus: 108, 115
|Terminals E & F||9.4 (15.1)||SEPTA City Bus: 37|
SEPTA Suburban Bus: 108, 115
The line south of the Northeast Corridor was originally part of the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad main line, opened on January 17, 1838. The connection between the NEC and the original PW&B is made however by the later 60th Street Branch. A new alignment of the PW&B (now the NEC) opened November 18, 1872, and on July 1, 1873, the Philadelphia and Reading Railway, later the Reading Company, leased the old line for 999 years. Connection was made over the PRR's Junction Railroad and later the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's Baltimore and Philadelphia Railroad. However, as a condition of the sale, no passenger service was provided. The line passed into Conrail in 1976 and SEPTA in 1983, with passenger service to the Philadelphia International Airport beginning on April 28, 1985.
Infill stations were planned from the beginning of service, two of which were on the Airport Line proper: one at 70th Street, the other one at 84th Street. The latter station was opened in 1997 as Eastwick, while 70th Street was never built, and has since disappeared from maps. Additionally, University City station (proposed as "Civic Center", now Penn Medicine station) opened in April 1995 to serve all R1, R2 and R3 trains passing it. All these stations appeared on 1984 SEPTA informational maps, the first ones to show the Center City Commuter Connection and the Airport Line.
SEPTA activated positive train control on the Airport Line on October 10, 2016.
Between FY 2008-FY 2018 annual ridership on the Airport Line peaked at 2,457,743 during FY 2015, but fell to 1,902,127 by FY 2018.[note 1]
- ^ ab"Fiscal Year 2020 Annual Service Plan"(PDF). SEPTA. June 2019. p. 42. Retrieved December 14, 2019.
- ^Sebree, Mac (August 1985). "Interurbans Newsletter". Pacific RailNews. No. 261. Interurban Press. p. 38.
- ^"Airport Line schedule"(PDF). SEPTA. December 16, 2018. Retrieved December 24, 2018.
- ^"Airport Line Timetable"(PDF). Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority. September 10, 2017. Retrieved November 4, 2017.
- ^"SEPTA – Airport Line – Celebrating 25 Years".
- ^"Positive Train Control Update". SEPTA. May 1, 2017. Retrieved May 17, 2017.
- ^"Fiscal Year 2019 Annual Service Plan"(PDF). SEPTA. June 2018. p. 74. Retrieved December 14, 2019.
- ^"Fiscal Year 2018 Annual Service Plan"(PDF). SEPTA. June 2017. p. 44. Retrieved December 14, 2019.
- ^"Fiscal Year 2017 Annual Service Plan"(PDF). SEPTA. October 2016. p. 70. Retrieved December 14, 2019.
- ^"Fiscal Year 2016 Annual Service Plan"(PDF). SEPTA. June 2015. p. 94. Retrieved December 14, 2019.
- ^"Fiscal Year 2015 Annual Service Plan"(PDF). SEPTA. May 2014. p. 60. Retrieved December 14, 2019.
- ^"Fiscal Year 2014 Annual Service Plan"(PDF). SEPTA. May 2013. p. 44. Retrieved December 14, 2019.
- ^"Fiscal Year 2013 Annual Service Plan"(PDF). SEPTA. May 2012. p. 55. Retrieved December 14, 2019.
- ^"Fiscal Year 2012 Annual Service Plan"(PDF). SEPTA. July 2011. p. 94. Retrieved December 14, 2019.
- ^"Fiscal Year 2011 Annual Service Plan"(PDF). SEPTA. June 2010. p. 70. Retrieved December 14, 2019.
- ^"Fiscal Year 2010 Annual Service Plan"(PDF). SEPTA. June 2009. p. 63. Retrieved December 14, 2019.
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For the Accessible Transit Schedule, tab or click the link to navigate to the schedule. Navigate to the Accessible ScheduleAirport Line Regional Rail Schedule
Saturday | to Philadelphia International Airport
Effective June 28, 2020
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- 1234 Market Street,
- Philadelphia, PA 19107
- Phone: (215) 580-7800
- TDD/TTY: (215) 580-7853
Welcome To SEPTA | Philadelphia International Airport
Stops On The Airport Line
Terminal E & Terminal F
The end point of all Airport Line trains. Terminal F is a short, indoor walk from the station platform
- Airlines Terminal E: Jet Blue, Southwest, Frontier
- Airlines Terminal F: American Eagle
Terminal C & Terminal D
- Airlines: Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, Delta Airlines (Gates & Baggage), Delta Connection, United, American Airlines Domestic service (Terminal C), Spirit
The Marriott Hotel is a short walk from the station platform
- Airlines: American Airlines Domestic service
Terminal A (East and West gates)
The station platform connects to the east portion of the terminal. Access to west gates may require customers to walk outside
- Airlines (East Gate): Aer Lingus (Starting Sunday, March 25, 2018), American Airlines (including all flights to Chicago (ORD), Dallas (DFW), and Miami (MIA), American Eagle
- Airlines (West Gate): American Airlines International & Caribbean service, British Airways, Icelandair, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways
Nearby to SEPTA bus routes, PNC Operations Center, and more Airport hotels
Situated in the heart of University of Pennsylvania college and health campuses
30th Street Station
Convenient connections to Amtrak and NJ Transit rail services; BoltBus and MegaBus services. Nearby other SEPTA transit services including the Market-Frankford Line, Trolley lines and Center City destined bus routes
Located in the heart of Center City Philadelphia, nearby to a number of major corporations, the Art Museum area and Ben Franklin Parkway. Major transfer point for other SEPTA Regional Rail services
Underneath the famous Reading Terminal Market and adjacent to the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Convenient connections to Greyhound and NJ Transit bus services at 10th & Filbert Station. Steps away from major downtown hotels
The main campus of the famed Philadelphia institution, near the corner of Broad & Cecil B. Moore
All stations served by the Airport Line are accessible.
- Philadelphia International Airport is served by Route 37 and Route 108 bus service
- Eastwick Station is served by Route 37, Route 68 and Route 108 bus service
Additional information can be found on the Philadelphia International Airport website
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