airport in Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX IATA) is the main air gateway to Phoenix and Arizona.


The airport was voted "best large airport in the United States" by Wall Street Journal in 2019.


It is a hub for American Airlines and Southwest Airlines. Terminals are numbered from 2-4. There is no Terminal 1.

  • Terminal 2: Alaska (Gates 10 & 11), Great Lakes (Gates C & D), Spirit, Sun Country, United, Boutique Air
  • Terminal 3: Delta, Frontier, Hawaiian, JetBlue
  • Terminal 4: Aeroméxico, Air Canada, American, British Airways, Condor, Southwest, Volaris, WestJet

Ground transportationEdit


Valley Metro bus line #13 goes west to S 75th Ave along S Buckeye (via Greyhound depot) from Terminal 2.


The free PHX Sky Train goes from Terminals 3 and 4 at the airport to 44th & Washington St Station where you can catch the #1 (west to the downtown Central Station or east to Priest & Washington in Tempe); #44 bus (north to the Desert Ridge Marriott Resort in Deer Valley along N 44th St & Tatum); or the light rail (east to Tempe & Mesa or west to Midtown and northern Phoenix along Central Ave).

Get aroundEdit

The PHX Sky Train goes between Terminals 3 and 4, with a walkway to Terminal 2 from the Terminal 3 station.

Shuttle buses are still needed to travel to the rental car lot, although in the future the Sky Train will also cover the lot.



  • American Admirals Club.
  • Delta Sky Club.
  • United Club.
  • British Airways Lounge, between B21 and B23.
  • The Club at PHX, Between B21 and B23. $40 for a pass.

Eat and drinkEdit




  • USCareWays Urgent Care (Terminal 4). Daily 8AM-8PM. The first full-service urgent care facility inside a U.S. airport. X-rays and vaccines available.



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