David Jeanclos
Thursday, December 1 2022

Meet David Jeanclos, the Division of Aviation’s Airport Communications Center Operator II. He recently received the "Unsung Heroes” award in Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award honors employees who work behind the scenes and typically go unrecognized for their work. Although they do not work directly with guests, their effectiveness significantly impacts the airport and the guest experience.

Jeannette
Tuesday, November 22 2022

American Airlines Flight Attendant Jeanette Breznick-Broder recently received the “Caring Support” award in PHL’s Airport Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes employees who provide exceptional care and services to seniors, families with young children, disabled passengers, and others with special needs.    

Japneet
Tuesday, November 22 2022

Japneet, a sophomore at Upper Darby High School in Delaware County, Pa., is one of more than 80 volunteers of the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) Volunteer Navigators Program who assist passengers as they travel through the airport. She’s excited to delve into aviation and hopes to become a pilot (just like fellow volunteer Alissa).

Fumilayo Bailey
Friday, November 18 2022

Prospect Airport Services Wheelchair Assistance Provider Fumilayo Bailey recently received the “Caring Support” award from PHL’s Airport Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes employees who provide exceptional care and services to seniors, families with young children, disabled passengers, and others with special needs.   

Ronnie Jones
Thursday, November 10 2022

Division of Aviation Custodial Worker II Ronnie Jones recently received the “Safe & Sound” award in Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes employees who protect the integrity and safety of passengers through proactive communication, exemplary teamwork, courage, and effective action.      

Evelyn Gourley
Thursday, November 3 2022

Parkway Corporation Ground Transportation Associate Evelyn Gourley was recognized in the “Teamwork Makes the Dream Work” category of Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This distinction acknowledges employees who create a positive experience for guests through service and delivery while collaborating with other organizations.  

Breast Cancer EVent
Monday, October 31 2022

According to the American Cancer Society, by the end of 2022, an estimated 287,850 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed among women. Although breast cancer is predominantly seen in women, approximately 2,710 new cases will also occur among men this year. 

HHM
Tuesday, October 18 2022

Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) concluded its celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month with a roundtable discussion hosted by its Racial Equity Advisory Council (REAC). The discussion highlighted Hispanic contributions in the business, aviation, finance, and healthcare fields.   

Datesman
Wednesday, October 12 2022

Travelers Aid Volunteer Program Manager Christine Datesman recently received the “Caring Support” award in PHL’s Airport Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes employees who provide exceptional care and services to passengers.   

Mission Trip
Tuesday, October 11 2022

Philadelphia International Airport celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month by recognizing the efforts of the American Airlines Latin Diversity Network (LDN) chapter in promoting Hispanic contributions, culture, and history.   

Barbara Calise
Thursday, September 29 2022

American Airlines' Facilities Maintenance Supervisor Barbara Calise recently received the “Unsung Heroes” award from Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award honors employees who work behind the scenes who are not typically recognized for their work. Although they do not work directly with guests, their effectiveness significantly impacts the airport and guest experience.

Margarita
Thursday, September 22 2022

British Airways Customer Service Agent Margarita Thomas recently received the “Impression Makers” award from Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes customer facing employees who provide direct customer service to passengers.    

Messan
Thursday, September 15 2022

Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) Lot Attendant Supervisor Messan Amlon recently received the “Impression Makers” award in Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes customer-facing employees who provide direct customer service to passengers.   

William Karley
Thursday, September 8 2022

Airport Police Officer William “Billy” Karley recently received the “Caring Support” award in PHL’s Airport Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes employees who provide exceptional care and services to passengers.   

Marcia
Thursday, September 1 2022

American Airlines Customer Service Supervisor Marcia McLeod-Fraser was recognized in the “Teamwork Makes the Dream Work” category of Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This distinction acknowledges employees who create a positive experience for guests through service and delivery while collaborating with other organizations. 

5K
Wednesday, August 31 2022

It’s back! For the first time since 2019, Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) will hold its 5K On the Runway on September 10 — and past participants are ready to run again.

Kevin Foster
Thursday, August 25 2022

Airport Police Officer Kevin Foster recently received the “Safe & Sound” award in Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes employees who protect the integrity and safety of passengers through proactive communication, exemplary teamwork, courage, and effective action.     

Daniel
Friday, August 19 2022

Parkway Corporation Ground Transportation Associate Daniel Ware Jr. recently received the “Unsung Heroes” award in Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award honors employees who work behind the scenes and are not typically recognized for their work.

Lakeisha Smith
Thursday, August 4 2022

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) and Frontier Airlines Customer Service Manager Lakeisha Smith was recognized in the “Teamwork Makes the Dream Work” category of Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This distinction acknowledges employees who create a positive experience for guests through service and delivery while collaborating with other organizations.      

Interns
Thursday, July 28 2022

Co-operatives (also known as “co-ops”) at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) are more invested than your average internship program. Co-ops are, by and large, full-time paid positions. Internships can vary between paid or unpaid and part-time or full-time, depending on the employer and the career field. As the airport invests in the next generation of aviation leaders, there is a mutual benefit to having co-ops and interns on board.

Tara
Thursday, July 28 2022

Passenger Assistance Team Supervisor Tara McSorley recently received the “Caring Support” award in PHL’s Airport Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes employees who provide exceptional care and services to seniors, families with young children, disabled passengers, and others with special needs. 

Deputy Chief Bright
Thursday, July 28 2022

Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) welcomes Deputy Chief Kamau Bright to the Aircraft Rescue & Firefighting (ARFF) Engine 78 unit.

Tracy ACI-NA Award
Tuesday, June 21 2022

City of Philadelphia Division of Aviation Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Tracy Borda has been recognized by Airports Council International- North America (ACI-NA) and the

TSA
Thursday, June 16 2022

Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Transportation Security Specialist Canine (TSS-C) Handlers Joseph Zappala, Gary Stoerrle, Michael Rossi, and Jose Del Rosario recently received the “Safe & Sound” award in Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes employees who protect the integrity and safety of passengers through proactive communication, exemplary teamwork, courage, and effective action.    

TSA
Thursday, June 9 2022

Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Transportation Security Officers (TSOs) Angel Wilson and Lung-Hua Lu recently received the “Safe & Sound” award in Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Airport Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes employees who protect the integrity and safety of passengers through proactive communication, exemplary teamwork, courage, and effective action.     

AAPI Panel
Thursday, June 9 2022

The City of Philadelphia Division of Aviation closed out its Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month (AAPI) celebration with a roundtable discussion host by the airport's Racial Equity Advisory Council (REAC). 

EA
Friday, June 3 2022

JetBlue Airways Airport Operations crew member Edward Aiello recently received the “Caring Support” award in PHL’s Airport Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes employees who provide exceptional care and services to seniors, families with young children, disabled passengers, and others with special needs.   

Yu
Thursday, June 2 2022

In continuation of Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) month, PHL recognizes the contributions of AAPI leaders at the airport. American Airlines Managing Director of Customer Operations, Yu Lee identifies as Korean American. Within her role, Lee oversees 1,400 ramp, baggage claim, and catering facility employees. 

Steve
Friday, May 27 2022

Recently retired British Airways Customer Experience Agent Steve VanVechten received the “Impression Makers” award in Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes customer-facing employees who provide direct customer service to passengers.  

Gachi
Thursday, May 26 2022

May is Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. This annual celebration recognizes the cultural and historical contributions of people and organizations who identify as AAPI in the United States. The Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) recognizes all AAPI employees, businesses, and organizations that contribute to the airport’s success.  

East Meets Sweets
Tuesday, May 24 2022

On May 18, the Division of Aviation celebrated Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month with a special “East Meets Sweets” event, hosted by the airport's Capital Development team.

Barb
Thursday, May 19 2022

Elliot Lewis Landscape Maintenance Supervisor Barbara Hatty recently received the “Unsung Heroes” award in Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award honors employees who work behind the scenes and are not typically recognized for their work. Although they do not work directly with guests, their effectiveness has a major impact on the airport and guest experience.   

PHL Well
Wednesday, May 18 2022

Last month, Division of Aviation (DOA) employees concluded a four-month PHL Well “Biggest Loser” weight loss competition. This friendly contest came from employees' New Year’s resolutions to improve their overall health and wellbeing.

Kevin
Thursday, May 12 2022

Airport Operation Officer Kevin Tsai recently received the “Unsung Heroes” award in Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes employees who work behind the scenes and are not typically recognized for their work. Although they do not work directly with guests, their effectiveness has a major impact on the airport and guest experience.  

Danielle
Monday, May 9 2022

Chickie’s & Pete’s Bartender Danielle Dandridge recently received the “Impression Makers” award in Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes customer-facing employees who provide direct customer service to passengers.  

Carmen
Thursday, April 28 2022

Semi-Skilled Laborer Carmen Jengo recently received the “Caring Support” award in PHL’s Airport Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes employees who provide exceptional care and services to seniors, families with young children, disabled passengers, and others with special needs. 

Kofil
Thursday, April 21 2022

Muzzem “Kofil” Hussain, a bartender at OTG restaurant Baba Bar recently received the “Impression Makers” award in Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes customer-facing employees who provide direct customer service to passengers.  

The Women of Engine 78
Thursday, March 17 2022

In recognition of International Women’s Month, PHL shines the light on women who work in traditionally male dominated fields at the airport.

Chellie IIJA Press Conference
Monday, March 7 2022

Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and Northeast Philadelphia Airport (PNE) CEO Chellie Cameron was named Vice Chair of the Board of Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA), the trade association representing commercial service airports in the United States and Canada. Cameron’s two-year appointment to the role began on January 1, 2022; she previously served as chair of the U.S. Policy Council for ACI-NA.

Philabundance
Friday, March 4 2022

MarketPlace PHL Concourse Supervisors Carol Taylor and Celines Ortiz were both recognized in the “Teamwork Makes the Dream Work” category in the second round of Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This distinction acknowledges employees who create a positive experience for guests through service and delivery while collaborating with other organizations.      

Chill Moody
Tuesday, March 1 2022

Philadelphia has had a significant impact on the entertainment world. The city’s singers, songwriters and musicians have influenced the music industry and artists from around the world. The city has also been the setting for many acclaimed films and TV shows.  

Alissa
Monday, February 28 2022

The Philadelphia International Airport 

PHL Careers in Tech Panel
Monday, February 28 2022

PHL staff recently participated in a virtual panel discussion with 50 students from Bartram High School for a special Black History Month Edition of the Workforce Development Unit’s Career Profile Series. The panel discussion was also part of the airport’s Southwest Initiatives for Neighborhood Growth (SWING), an effort focused on building stronger relationships with PHL’s surrounding neighborhoods through impact-driven engagement and connectivity to resources. 

Roza
Friday, February 25 2022

Dunkin’ Donuts Shift Leader Roza Zawde recently received the “Impression Makers” award in the second round of Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes customer-facing employees who provide direct customer service to passengers.     

Roundtable
Tuesday, February 22 2022

As part of the Division of Aviation’s Black History Month celebration, the airport’s Racial Equity Advisory Council (REAC) hosted a Racial Equity Virtual Roundtable on February 17 with Sara Lomax-Reese, President and CEO of WURD Radio and co-founder of URL Medi

Carlos
Thursday, February 17 2022

Chickie’s & Pete’s Bartender Carlos A. Pena recently received the “Impression Makers” award in the second round of Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes customer-facing employees who provide direct customer service to passengers.    

Dana Ellis
Friday, February 11 2022

JetBlue Airways Training Liaison Dana Ellis, a five-year JetBlue veteran, recently received the “Impression Makers” award in the second round of Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes customer-facing employees who provide direct customer service to passengers.     

Koroma
Thursday, January 27 2022

Parkway Corporation Ground Transportation Associate Ibrahim Osman Koroma was recognized in the “Teamwork Makes the Dream Work” category of the Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) second round of the Employee Recognition Program. This distinction acknowledges employees who create a positive experience for guests through service and delivery while collaborating with other organizations.     

Delicsha Wilds
Monday, January 24 2022

The City of Philadelphia’s Division of Aviation (DOA) has announced Delicsha Wilds as its new Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). Wilds, who joined the Division of Aviation in 2019 as Deputy Directo

Tymes
Friday, January 21 2022

Philly Pretzel Factory Supervisor Markera Tymes recently received the “Impression Makers” award in the second round of Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes customer-facing employees who provide direct customer service to passengers.    

Olga
Thursday, January 13 2022

L’Occitane en Provence Assistant Manager Olga Yakovchits was recognized in the “Teamwork Makes the Dream Work” category of Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) second round of the Employee Recognition Program. This distinction acknowledges employees who create a positive experience for guests through service and delivery while collaborating with other organizations.   

JHall
Friday, January 7 2022

Airport Operations Officer Supervisor Jeremiah Hall was recognized in the “Teamwork Makes the Dream Work” category of Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) second round of the Employee Recognition Program. This distinction acknowledges employees who create a positive experience for guests through service and delivery while collaborating with other organizations.        

JGlass
Tuesday, December 28 2021

Airport Operations Superintendent John Glass was recognized in the “Teamwork Makes the Dream Work” category of Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) second round of the Employee Recognition Program.

Collage
Friday, December 10 2021

On December 7, the City of Philadelphia’s Division of Aviation held its annual employee recognition event, honoring Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and Northeast Philadelphia Airport (PNE) staff that celebrated 15, 25 and 35 years of service with the city or retired from the Division of Aviation during 2021. This year marked the second time PHL and PNE event virtually.

ED
Friday, October 29 2021

Auntie Anne’s Shift Manager Edalgia “Fuzzy” Douglas recently received the “Impression-Makers” award in the inaugural round of Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes customer-facing employees who provide direct customer service to passengers.   

Cheryl
Friday, October 22 2021

Parkway Corporation Public Information Associate Cheryl Troy was recognized in the “Teamwork Makes the Dream Work” category of the Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This distinction acknowledges employees who create a positive experience for guests through service and delivery while collaborating with other organizations.    

Lost and Found
Monday, October 18 2021

Last month, while Marylou Luif was traveling from Chicago to Philadelphia for a wedding, she lost a valuable and sentimental piece of jewelry. She did not realize her diamond ring was missing until she was in her hotel room that night. Luif called the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) Lost and Found, but no one had turned in the ring yet. She thought for sure the jewelry was lost forever.

Al
Friday, October 15 2021

Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Transportation Security Officer (TSO) Alfred Rotunno recently received the “Safe & Sound” award in the inaugural round of Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Airport Employee Recognition Program.

PHL Well
Thursday, October 14 2021

A little friendly competition can make adopting healthy lifestyle habits more fun. In September, the City of Philadelphia's Division of Aviation kicked off its PHL Well employee wellbeing program by encouraging staff members to increase their daily water intake and reduce consumption of sugary drinks.

Dunn
Thursday, October 7 2021

GAT Airline Ground Support – Spirit Airlines Guest Service Agent Michael Dunn recently received the “Impression-makers” award in the inaugural round of Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Airport Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes customer-facing employees who provide direct  customer service.  Dunn greets and assists Spirit’s guests.

Damian
Wednesday, October 6 2021

Damian Oravez, Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) Chief Information Security Officer , was appointed as a board member to the SecureWorld Mid-Atlantic Advisory Council. His role will include recommending speakers, topics, and vendors for the SecureWorld Mid-Atlantic Conference, as well as participate in Advisory Council roundtable discussions on current and emerging cyber t

Leodel
Thursday, September 30 2021

Prime Flight Aviation Services Wheelchair Assistant Leodel Adrien recently received the “Caring Support” award in the inaugural round of PHL’s Airport Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes those who provide exceptional care and services to seniors, families with young children, disabled passengers, and others with special needs. These employees, like Adrien, make sure travel is smooth, easy, and enjoyable for everyone.   

Tonia Davis
Friday, September 24 2021

Prime Flight Aviation Services Line Queue Attendant Tonia Davis recently received the “Impression-makers” award in the inaugural round of PHL’s Airport Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes frontline customer-facing employees, who provide direct customer service.  

Kathy Padilla Guardian Award
Tuesday, September 21 2021

While COVID-19 had wide-ranging impacts on the airline industry, Philadelphia International Airport's (PHL) Office of Business Diversity (OBD) honored its commitments, spearheaded new initiatives, and were recognized for its efforts. 

Volunteer Team
Monday, September 20 2021

In celebration of its 20th year, Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) has expanded and rebranded its volunteer program, which has welcomed millions of passengers over the years.

Hamid and Rosalee
Thursday, September 9 2021

Paradies-Lagardere General Manager Hamid Larbi was recognized in the “Teamwork Makes the Dream Work” category of the Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This distinction acknowledges employees who create a positive experience for guests through service and delivery while collaborating with other organizations.   

Deborah Hill
Wednesday, September 8 2021

Division of Aviation (DOA) Pavement & Grounds (P&G) Semi-skilled Laborer Deborah (“Debbie”) Hill recently received a “Teamwork Makes the Dream Work” award in the inaugural round of PHL’s Airport Employee Recognition Program. This award recognizes collaboration and teamwork across organizations that results in strong service delivery and positive experiences for our pa

blue PHL water bottles
Wednesday, September 1 2021

Maintaining a healthy work/home balance the past 18 months has been a challenge for everyone. To help its employees bridge the gap between the workplace and home, the City of Philadelphia’s Division of Aviation Human Resources created PHL WELL, a program that educates, informs, and engages employees on how to manage their physical, mental, and financial wellbeing.

Claire5
Friday, August 27 2021

AtYourGate Operations Manager Claire Maddocks was recognized in the “Teamwork Makes the Dream Work” category of the Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Employee Recognition Program. This distinction recognizes an employee who creates a positive guest experience through service and delivery while collaborating with different organizations.  

Ken
Wednesday, August 25 2021

JetBlue Airways Airport Operations crew member Ken Bowen was named an “Impression Maker” in Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) recently launched Employee Recognition Program. The Impression Maker category recognizes employees who provide excellent customer service while working directly with guests.   

Photo1
Tuesday, August 24 2021

Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) new Airport Employee Recognition Program honors employees from all airport stakeholders for going above and beyond their typical job duties to create a positive experience for PHL’s guests. The program strives to boost employee morale and positively impact PHL culture airport-wide.  

Latia
Monday, August 16 2021

“PHL picked me! Working at the airport has been an awesome experience. I enjoy working with my peers and leadership,” said Administrative Technician I Latia Hayes. “Everyone I have encountered at the Division of Aviation has been so helpful and cheerful. I have felt welcomed to work at the airport since my first day.” 

Kathy Padilla Guardian Award
Tuesday, July 20 2021

Kathleen Padilla, Deputy Director of Aviation for Diversity and Inclusion for the City of Philadelphia’s Division of Aviation, was selected by Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) as the recipient of the 2021 Leon C.

Christine Header
Friday, July 9 2021

Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) volunteer program is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2021.

Ashlee Franklin
Monday, June 21 2021

“I begin my day with a prayer of gratitude to help center my mind and be grateful for the little things that can have a big impact on the frequency I communicate with others for the rest of the day,” said Service Representative II Ashlee Franklin, who has been a member of the Division of Aviation’s Human Resources Department since December 2019.   

juneteenth graphic
Wednesday, June 16 2021

Juneteenth is an annual holiday that celebrates the emancipation of enslaved people in the United States. It marks the day (June 19, 1865) when news of the end of slavery reached Galveston, TX, one of the deepest parts of the Confederacy. 

The City of Philadelphia Division of Aviation is honored to lead Philadelphia International Airport's observation of the Juneteenth holiday in the following ways:

Allan Moore Honored by TSA
Wednesday, May 26 2021

In order for PHL to operate efficiently, all organizations that conduct business at the airport must collaborate with each other. Allan Moore, PHL’s Deputy Director of Aviation – Facilities, was recently honored by the Transportation Security Administration for his contributions in support of the TSA’s PHL operations. Moore was presented with a certificate of appreciation by

kate sullivan
Monday, May 17 2021

The City of Philadelphia Division of Aviation, which owns and operates Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and Northeast Philadelphia Airport (PNE), has announced the selection of Kate Sullivan for the position of Deputy Director of Strategic Partnerships.

Pam Johnson
Friday, May 7 2021

“I got the COVID-19 vaccine to protect myself and those around me,” said Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) Administrative Assistant Pamela Johnson. “I've also encouraged my coworkers to get vaccinated because I care about the health and safety of them and their loved ones.”   

Rene Burrows Spirit
Friday, March 19 2021

“I feel very lucky to be working with Spirit here in Philadelphia,” said Spirit Airlines’ PHL General Manager Rene Burrows. “We may be a smaller operation, but we are indeed making a name for ourselves. For that, I am proud to be on this team.”  

CEO Chellie Cameron took part in a panel discussion hosted by the Women in Transportation Seminar Philadelphia Chapter
Tuesday, March 16 2021

As Women’s History Month marched on, two members of the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) senior leadership team presented at events sponsored by the Women in Transportation Seminar (WTS) while a third participated in a panel discussion on female engineers sponsored by her alma mater.

Liz Moselle
Tuesday, March 9 2021

“I love people and I love ideas. I like breaking down silos and helping people find common ground,” said PHL Assistant Director of Guest Experience, Elizabeth Moselle. “I love that I get to work in many different areas— customer service, design, consumer insights and so much more. It’s never boring.” 

BHM Poetry
Thursday, February 25 2021

Airport employees recite quotes and poems by their favorite Black icons such as Maya Angelou, Octavia Butler and more.

Patricia Camps
Tuesday, February 23 2021

The City of Philadelphia's Division of Aviation is fortunate to have seasoned employees with an abundance of experiences and perspectives. Throughout February, PHL will share insight from several longtime staff members, such as Administrative Specialist Supervisor Patricia Camps.​​​​​​

Do you recall what was happening in your life (or local/national/world events) when you joined the Division of Aviation?

Engineers Week 2021
Monday, February 22 2021

February 21-27 is designated as Engineers Week, and the Division of Aviation is saluting our team of engineers who perform a variety of important jobs that are crucial to Philadelphia International and Northeast Philadelphia airports. The Division of Aviation Engineering Department focuses on the replacement, rehabilitation and expansion of airport facilities and systems including:

 

lakshman
Friday, February 19 2021

PHL CEO Chellie Cameron joins American Airlines Vice President PHL Lakshman Amaranayaka to discuss a variety of topics, including his background, career experiences, reflections and advice to the next generation pursuing careers in the aviation industry.

Helen Miles-Jackson BHM2021
Wednesday, February 17 2021

The City of Philadelphia's Division of Aviation is fortunate to have seasoned employees with an abundance of experiences and perspectives. Throughout February, PHL will share insight from several longtime staff members, such as Human Resources Associate Helen Miles-Jackson.​​​​​​

Do you recall what was happening in your life (or local/national/world events) when you joined the Division of Aviation?

Sheila Trueheart Headshot
Tuesday, February 16 2021

The City of Philadelphia's Division of Aviation is fortunate to have seasoned employees with an abundance of experiences and perspectives. Throughout February, PHL will share insight from several longtime staff members, such as Deputy Director of Administrative Operations Sheila Trueheart.

Do you recall what was happening in your life (or local/national/world events) when you joined the Division of Aviation?

soledad chellie
Friday, February 12 2021

PHL CEO Chellie Cameron joins airport Chief Administrative Officer Soledad Alfaro to discuss a variety of topics, including her background, career experiences, reflections and advice to the next generation pursuing careers in the aviation industry.

Adam
Tuesday, February 9 2021

The first thing you notice about PHL Deputy Chief Revenue Officer Adam Mitchell is his charismatic smile and calm professional demeanor.   

Aviation Boards Members
Tuesday, February 2 2021

The Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) Senior Leadership team is made up of professionals in a variety of areas including airport operations, business, finance, law, human resources and more. In addition to their jobs at PHL, many leadership team members offer their expertise to aviation and transportation related organizations as members of boards and committees.

Chellie Cameron
Friday, January 29 2021

Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and Northeast Philadelphia Airport (PNE) CEO Chellie Cameron has been elected to serve as chair of the U.S. Policy Council for Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA), the trade association representing commercial service airports in the United States and Canada.

Alec Gever America Recycles Day
Tuesday, January 19 2021

-What is your current position at PHL and how long have you worked here? 

My current position is Purchasing Manager, Professional Services. I have been working at the airport for nine years. 

Ruben DeLeon
Thursday, January 7 2021

-What is your current position at PHL and how long have you worked here? 

My position is Airport Operations Officer and I have been working at PHL for a little over three years.  

Employee Recognition 2020
Monday, December 28 2020

On December 9, 2020 PHL and PNE held a virtual ceremony to celebrate employees with 15 and 25 years of service to the City of Philadelphia:  

25 Years of Service 

chellie
Monday, December 21 2020

While it is common for CEOs to serve on community and industry boards as part of their outreach efforts, it is unusual for an airport CEO to helm a federal bank advisory council. Philadelphia International Airport CEO Chellie Cameron has accomplished just that, having

Roland Arrington
Monday, December 21 2020

Roland is pictured in a photo taken prior to the COVID-19 pandemic and mask ordinance.

What is your current position, responsibilities and duties at PHL and how long have you worked here?

TSA Coat Drive
Wednesday, December 16 2020

One hundred coats of all sizes and appropriate for all ages were collected and distributed, along with hats, gloves and scarves to individuals in West Philadelphia who were without the outerwear to keep them warm through winter thanks to the efforts of a long-time Supervisory Transportation Security officer at Philadelphia International Airport.

Calvin Truitt
Monday, December 7 2020

Maintenance Coordinator Calvin Truitt was a recipient of a 2018 PHL Innovation Award (Calvin is pictured above at the award ceremony). As an exceptional employee, he was a guest on PHL CEO Chellie Cameron's "Taking Off" podcast. Listen to that episode here.

Shaqunna Duncan  Employee Award
Friday, September 11 2020

What is your current position, responsibilities and duties at PHL and how long have you worked here?

Becky Rodriguez and Ellie
Friday, August 21 2020

-What is your current position, responsibilities and duties at PHL and how long have you worked here?

Oliver Simmons
Monday, July 27 2020

What is your current position at PHL and how long have you worked here? 

My current position is an Equipment Operator 2. I started with the city in the custodial department at PHL in 2003. Over the years I’ve moved on and it’s now been 16 years since I’ve been with the city working at PHL. 

Al Profile Photo
Tuesday, July 21 2020

-What is your current position at PHL and how long have you worked here? 

I am currently serving as a Building Maintenance Group Leader and have been employed by PHL for the last seven years. 

Alycia Speas
Tuesday, June 30 2020

What is your current position at PHL and how long have you worked here?  

Tamara Whitfield
Wednesday, June 24 2020

What is your current position at PHL and how long have you worked here? 

Keron Booth
Tuesday, June 9 2020

-What is your current position at PHL and how long have you worked here? 

Chellie packing
Thursday, May 28 2020

Being an airport essential employee during the COVID-19 crisis has been challenging, and at times, overwhelming. To show appreciation for essential personnel, the City of Philadelphia's Division of Aviation collaborated with MarketPlace PHL, the airport's food and shops organization, on a snack bag distribution.

Wallace FOD
Wednesday, May 20 2020

What is your current position at PHL and how long have you worked here?  

WFH
Monday, May 11 2020

Passengers may not realize this, but there are more than 800 employees in Philadelphia International Airport who work for the City of Philadelphia Division of Aviation, which owns and operates both PHL and Northeast Philadelphia Airport.

THree Panel NTTW
Friday, May 8 2020

PHL employees miss seeing passengers filling the terminals, either coming to visit Philadelphia or possibly heading on an exciting vacation. Staff members also miss being able to travel from PHL.

chellie-arise
Thursday, April 30 2020

The COVID-19 crisis has changed the way work is done at Philadelphia International Airport and Northeast Philadelphia Airport, but the 21,000 employees of PHL & PNE continue supporting their passengers, their families, and each other.

Chellie Cameron
Friday, April 24 2020

Leadership during crisis requires navigating challenges with courage and transparency. PHL CEO Chellie Cameron shares her thoughts on PHL and PNE's pre-recovery activities, the CARES Act, and a new interview series that will begin in May. 

employee-thanks
Thursday, April 16 2020

Airports are considered essential infrastructure that remain operational during crises to allow airlines to transport those that must fly and important cargo. PHL is home to 21,000 employees from hundreds of companies that help serve passengers. Many of these employees continue to report to the airport during the COVID-19 pandemic to keep PHL moving.   

chellie0403
Friday, April 3 2020

Leadership during crisis requires navigating challenges with courage and transparency. PHL CEO Chellie Cameron opened up about the surreal nature of directing a major airport during an unprecedented global crisis.