Work is now underway on the SEPTA Platform Rehabilitation project at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL).
Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is deploying a Nilfisk robot floor scrubber to enhance cleaning procedures across its terminals.
PHL upgrading the entryways and exteriors of Terminals D and E to make them more attractive, energy efficient, and safe.
PHL is planning a major upgrade with complete reconstruction for Taxiway J, located between Taxiway Z and Taxiway Y in Cargo City.
Every fall and spring, PHL's Pavement and Grounds team undertakes a project to remove rubber deposits and buildup from the runway surfaces.
PHL has launched the first phase of its Queue Management System to provide passengers with real-time updates at security checkpoints.
Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) has received $2 million for an aircraft parking apron capable of accommodating up to eight planes.