Train Transfers To and From Philadelphia International Airport

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Philadelphia International Airport Train Transfers

Upon arrival at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL), passengers can choose from several ground transportation services, including rental cars, taxis, rideshares, buses, hotel shuttle services, and trains.

Travelers are advised If you're trying to reach the airport, please refer to other modes of transportation for your convenience.

Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) Rail Lines

The SEPTA Regional Rail system is a commuter rail network owned by the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority and serves the Philadelphia Metropolitan area.

The Airport Line Regional Rail Stations has stops at Philadelphia International Airport, including Terminal A (East), Terminal B, Terminal C/D, and Terminal E/F.

From here, trains can reach Center City Philadelphia in approximately 25 minutes. All rail stations on the Airport Line are wheelchair accessible.

SEPTA Regional Rail Lines

Connections to other SEPTA Regional Rail lines, as well as buses, trolleys, and subways/elevated subways, can be made at Penn Medicine, 30th Street, Suburban, and Jefferson Stations.

On the other hand, connections to Amtrak Northeast Corridor, Keystone Service, and NJ Transit Atlantic City Rail Line can be made at 30th Street Station.


The cash fare for SEPTA transit services such as rapid transit, trolleys, trackless trolleys is $2.50. Please prepare the exact fare amount.

SEPTA Key cards

Alternatively, you can avail SEPTA Key card. Passengers can load money onto the Travel Wallet or load a daily/three day/weekly/monthly pass.

Cards are available for $6.75 at the airport kiosks or any Center City train station. You can also purchase the card onboard the train for $8.00.

For complete information on the schedules, routes, and fares, please visit the SEPTA website.