A 9-month-old Afghan baby on a flight of evacuees died after landing at the Philadelphia International Airport, according to authorities.
Afghan evacuees continue to arrive at PHL
The City of Brotherly Love has welcomed more than 2,300 evacuees from Afghanistan over the past several days, greeting them with medical services, food, and other essentials.
Two planeloads of refugees who were rescued from an increasingly chaotic U.S.-led evacuation effort in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan landed at Philadelphia International Airport over the weekend.
A spokesperson on Thursday said Philadelphia International Airport and Dulles International Airport in Virginia are the first two airports to welcome refugees. Officials will help the Afghan refugees find housing, medical care, and social services, according to the spokesperson.
CHANGES AT PHL: Going through security at the Philadelphia International Airport is going to be different, especially if you haven't flown in the past year.
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officials said a local man was arrested Tuesday for trying to board a plane at Philadelphia International Airport with a loaded and stolen handgun inside his carry-on bag.
A traveler at Philadelphia International Airport was stopped on Tuesday after Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents found three weapons inside her carry-on bag, the agency said.
There may be cause for concern about a fourth COVID surge, as pre-pandemic level air travel and Easter holiday gatherings has health officials concerned some will bring home more than baggage on their flights back from spring break hot spots.
A brush fire burned near the Philadelphia International Airport in Tinicum Township on Tuesday afternoon.
Over 110 flights were canceled by late Monday morning. An additional 48 flight delays were reported by early Monday afternoon.
Jefferson Health, Ambulnz and Philadelphia International Airport announced a partnership to launch a COVID-19 testing program.
The security line at Philadelphia International Airport Thanksgiving Eve is stress-free and short, with people who chose to stick to their Thanksgiving travel plans.
International flights have the green light from Philadelphia International Airport and there are outstanding dream destinations to be had dirt cheap. The challenge is many countries have not opened their borders to Americans.
COVID-19 has impacted practically everything, especially when it comes to traveling. From trains to planes. Philadelphia International Airport was part of it. The airport suffered some of the economic downfall. The question is how does the airport move forward, now that air traffic is beginning to take off?
Authorities at Philadelphia International Airport say a Philadelphia man was detained on Tuesday after a loaded handgun was found inside his carry-on bag at a TSA checkpoint.
The man, whose name has not been released, was flagged at a TSA checkpoint on June 16 after agents found a .357 caliber handgun with five loose bullets.
Face coverings will be required for all employees and passengers at Philadelphia International Airport.
The 37-year-old man was found using the rear bathroom of the plane at Philadelphia International Airport.
The FAA has lifted a brief suspension of flights to New York and Philadelphia because of coronavirus-related staffing issues.