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airport in Phoenix, Arizona, United States

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



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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