Flights from Adelaide (ADL) to Philadelphia (PHL)
Reasons to fly with Qantas
Visiting from Adelaide to Philadelphia
Philadelphia travel information
Philadelphia is a large, bustling, yet quaint city rich in history and packed with culture. Philly as it’s affectionally known, has excellent museums devoted to the Constitution, the American Revolution and Benjamin Franklin. This US city has plant of outdoor spaces, including the Sprawling Fairmount Park ensures nature and greenery are both within easy access, and the bicycle and jogging paths of the Schuylkill River Trails. During your visit, to sample the city’s best food attractions, be sure to visit the Reading Terminal Market and the South 9th Street Italian Market. You’ll find everything from pizza, cheesesteak sandwich or salty pretzel. There is plenty to explore in Philadelphia.
When to visit
Best time to visit Philadelphia
The best time to visit Philadelphia is March through to May. During springtime the weather us beautiful, parks are in full bloom and perfect to walk around the city or visit the Philly craft beer festival. Summer is the busiest time in terms of visitors, though it can get very hot. In the summer months the Philadelphia Pride Parade is on as well as live music event for the 4th of July festival. Winter in Phily gets really cold, though you can join in the holiday festivals from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day.
What is the main airport called?
Philadelphia Int. Airport (PHL),Opens external site in a new window also known as PHL, is an important airport in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The airport is located 16 km southwest from downtown Philadelphia, next to Delaware River. PHL Airport has seven terminal buildings.
Arriving in Philadelphia
The helpful staff at Philadelphia Airport will be waiting to greet you when you land and assist you with all your needs. Once you collect your bags from the arrivals area, there are various transport options available to get you on your way.
Getting into Philadelphia from Philadelphia Airport
Getting into Philadelphia from the airport is easy, with many transport options available to suit your needs. Public transport options include the 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. The Airport is also served by three SEPTA bus routes located outside of baggage claim. A number of car rental facilities are conveniently located at Philadelphia International Airport. Rental agencies provide frequent free shuttles between all bag claims and their rental car facility. All rental car shuttles pick-up from Zone 2 on Arrivals Road. If you plan to use Uber, Lyft, or another app-based ride service after landing at PHL, proceed through Baggage Claim and follow the Ground Transportation signs for Ride App/Zone 7. Taxicabs are readily available and provide service to the Philadelphia metro area and surrounding counties.
Getting around Philadelphia
There are many ways to get around Philadelphia to see the city by foot, bike, bus and more. When visiting Philly, it is a must to walk through the Reading Terminal Market, or to see the Liberty Bell. Peddler’s Village and Longwood Gardens are other interesting sites too. The city layout is simple to master and the neighbourhood streets are filled with fun and diverse shops, restaurants, museums, parks and people, so it great to walk around. Philadelphia has become one of the most bike-friendly big cities in the country with dedicated bike lanes on city streets. The most convenient way to see some of the city’s top attractions is aboard the Philadelphia PHLASH Downtown Loop hop and hop off bus. Public transport options include the SEPTA, buses and the trolley lines. You can also hail a taxi, rent a car or take an Uber of Lyft for a convenient way to navigate Philadelphia.
Fly from Adelaide
Once you’ve purchased your tickets from Adelaide, there are a few things you should know so you’re prepared for your upcoming trip.
What is the main airport called?
Adelaide Airport. Located 7km (3.7 miles) from the city on Andy Thomas Circuit, Adelaide Airport (ADL)Opens external site in a new window is Australia's fifth busiest airport. Both domestic (QF400 and above) and international (QF1-QF399) services operate from the same terminal.
Passengers on Qantas flights from Adelaide are allocated checked baggage. If you require extra luggage, you can purchase an additional baggage allowance online before departure.
Passengers travelling from Adelaide can check in online up to 24 hours in advance or check in at the terminal by visiting a kiosk or desk.
The benefits of flying Qantas
Fly from with Qantas and enjoy a comfortable journey from take-off to touch down.
Get your trip to off to the right start with a check-in option that best suits your needs. Visit a kiosk or desk at the airport to check in on arrival or use our online and mobile check-in services to check-in for your flight up to 24 hours before departure.
Enjoy peace of mind knowing baggage is included on all Qantas flights. Use the baggage calculator to find out what is included with your fare.
Can I cancel my flight booking due to COVID-19?
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