Airlines and Terminals

Airlines and Airports

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is a public airport located 3 miles southeast of downtown Phoenix. It serves more than 100,000 passengers on 1,500 flights daily.

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Domestic Airlines

(Also World Airlines)

Phoenix Metro Airports

Sky Harbor is the primary regional hub and gateway for Mexican and Hawaiian departures for Tempe-based US Airways and is a focus city for Southwest Airlines. US Airways is the airport’s largest carrier. Airports in the Phoenix metro area include:

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Phoenix Sky Harbor Terminals

The airport has over 120 aircraft gates in three Terminals (2, 3, 4). The designation of Terminal 1 has been “retired” and the other terminals will not be renumbered since passengers are already familiar with the numbers that have been in place. There is free WiFi in all terminals.

Terminal 2

Terminal 2 has 9 gates (numbered inconsecutively 1-13 and two additional lettered gates C & D) and three parking slots. Sky Harbor Terminal 2 serves the following airlines: Alaska Airlines, Great Lakes, and United Airlines. Parking is available in garage next to terminal at $4 per hour ($1 per 15 minutes) or $25 daily maximum or in the Economy section of the garage at $4 per hour or $11 daily max.

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Terminal 3

Terminal 3 has 17 gates, separated into two concourses by a central building outside of security. The south concourse houses gates 2–9 and the north concourse houses gates 15-26. Terminal 3 serves the following airlines: American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue Airways, and Sun Country Airlines. Parking available in garage next to terminal at $4 per hour ($1 per 15 minutes) or $25 daily maximum.

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Terminal 4 (Barry M. Goldwater Terminal)

Terminal 4 has more than 90 gates, divided into seven satellite concourses connected behind security. Three northern concourses (gates A1-A14, A17-A30, B1-B14) serve US Airways and US Airways Express exclusively. The northeastern concourse “B” houses the international gates (B23-B28). The three southern concourses (gates C1-C10, C11-C20, D1-D8) serve Southwest Airlines exclusively. Terminal 4 handles about 80% of the traffic at the airport. Terminal 4 serves the following airlines: Aeromexico, Air Canada, British Airways, Southwest Airlines, and US Airways. Parking available in garage next to terminal at $4 per hour ($1 per 15 minutes) or $25 daily max.

Terminal 4 Information

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Airline Destinations and Arrivals

British Airways provides the airport’s only nonstop service outside of North America to London-Heathrow, as well as the only passenger flights on Boeing 747 involving the airport (America West once operated Boeing 747′s to Hawaii and Japan from Sky Harbor). US Airways and Hawaiian Airlines offer non-stop service outside the Continental United States to Hawaii. US Airways and Aeroméxico Connect offer non-stop service to cities in Mexico and US Airways, Air Canada, and WestJet offer non-stop service to parts of Canada, while US Airways alone, offers non-stop service to parts of Alaska and Central America.

Note: All International arrivals are handled at Terminal 4, Concourse B.

Transportation

For Taxi Service To the Airport:  Discount Cab (602) 200-2000 (anywhere in the valley).

For Taxi Service From the Airport: Taxi terminal access is as follows: Terminal 2: East of the North curb, outside door # 8. Terminal 3: North curbside, outside door # 7 and Terminal 4: Level 1, North curbside, outside door # 7. Authorized airport taxi pickup from Apache Taxi (480) 557-7000; Yellow Cab (480) 888-8888; and Mayflower Cab (602) 955-1355.
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Map to Phoenix Metro Airports

Interactive Map – You can zoom the map in or out using the +/- boxes in the left corner, or place your cursor on the map, left-click and slide the range of the map for a wider viewing area. Click “View Larger Map” at the bottom to see a larger view from Google Maps.


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