Philadelphia International Airport is right in the middle of the most densely packed geographic region in the United States and has all the right facilities to handle cargo aircraft and keep cargo moving around the clock.Learn More
PHL Airport is expanding to become the premier east coast airport for cargo and logistics. Take a look at the big plans in store over the next five to 10 years.Learn More
West Cargo Environmental
The City of Philadelphia Department of Aviation (DOA) is continuing the environmental assessment and review process following the completion of the Final Environmental Assessment (Final EA) and Finding of No Significant Impact/Record of Decision (FONSI/ROD) for the proposed West Cargo Redevelopment and Expansion Plan at the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL).
Cargo on the Move
Shipping and receiving cargo happens at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) 24 hours a day, every day of the year. In 2020, more than 623,000 tons of freight and airmail was handled at PHL. The airport relies on U.S. Customs and Border Protection to process shipments quickly and thoroughly to keep mail and vital items such as medical supplies and pharmaceuticals moving across the country and around the world.
PHL Joins the Largest Cargo Association in the World
Philadelphia International Airport is proud to join the International Air Cargo Association (TIACA), the largest cargo association in the world. TIACA represents and unites all parts of the air cargo industry, and facilitates best practices for sustainability, equity and innovation. PHL’s values align with those of TIACA, which include courage, inclusiveness, teamwork and integrity. We look forward to great partnership in 2021 and beyond!