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|Number of Daily Flights||5|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||May 15|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||May 15|
|Popular Airlines||American Airlines|
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) is one of the highest traffic airports in the country and well placed, situated just three miles from Phoenix's city center. When flying in from Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) for business or travel, you'll be going from one bustling metropolis to another. The two cities couldn't be any more different, from east coast colonial history to western desert beauty.
With nearly one and a half million residents, Phoenix is the most populated state capital in the country, and the sixth most populous city overall. If you rent a car at the airport, you'll have plenty of sights to see in the surrounding desert, rimmed with mountains both north and south.
With beautifully warm weather year round, outdoor activities are popular, especially hiking and biking. Choose from Camelback Mountain, Phoenix Mountain Preserve or South Mountain Park, the largest city park in the U.S. The Desert Botanical Garden is popular, and the Phoenix Zoo is well-rated.
One of the top attractions in Phoenix is the Musical Instrument Museum on E. Mayo Blvd. While the name may not be too descriptive, this museum delivers a one-of-a-kind experience that's incredibly engaging.
Flight time between PHL and PHX is roughly four and a half hours to cover the 2073 miles. There's a two-hour time difference from Eastern to Mountain Time, so set your clocks accordingly.