Philadelphia International Airport
As of December 2017, Philadelphia International Airport hosts to flights to destinations in Canada, the Caribbean, Europe, and the Middle East through six international carriers: Air Canada, Sunwing Airlines, British Airways, Icelandair, Lufthansa, and Qatar Airways.
Past carriers at PHL include Aeromexico, Aer Lingus, Air France, Air Jamaica, and Swissair, to name a few.
Today, these carriers operate the following flights:
Air Canada: Multiple daily flights to Montreal and Toronto via Jazz Airlines and SkyRegional Airlines, respectively.
Aer Lingus: Flights to return to PHL in 2018 using the 757.
Sunwing Airlines: Twice weekly seasonal flights to Freeport in the Bahamas. This flight did not resume in 2017.
British Airways: Historically been two daily flights to London-Heathrow. Equipment is usually a 777-200 or 777-200ER on BA66/67 and of lately, 777-200, 777-200ER, 787-8, or 787-9 on BA68/69. As of March 2017, one daily flight on BA66/67 on the 747-400.
Icelandair: Four times a week between late May and late September (usually Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday) on the 757-200. In 2018, the flight will operate using the 737 MAX 8.
Lufthansa: One daily flight to Frankfurt operated by Lufthansa CityLine on an Airbus A340-300. Prior to CityLine taking over, the flight has been operated by an A340-300 and sometimes operated by an A330-300, A340-600, and 747-400. As of late October 2017, Lufthansa has returned mainline flights to PHL with the A340-300.
Qatar Airways: Four or five times a week on the Airbus A350-900XWB. The flight also utilizes the 777-200LR or 777-300ER if an A350 is unavailable.
Photos in the slideshow were taken between August 2015 and December 2017. Apologies for the large copyrights in each photo - this is necessary in this day and age where photos are widely stolen and passed along as if they are one's own.