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American Airlines to add bus service to Philadelphia International Airport

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The DRBA announced American Airlines is launching a bus service connecting Wilmington Airport to Philadelphia International Airport.

American Airlines will introduce a bus service connecting Wilmington Airport to Philadelphia International Airport in October 2024. | PHOTO COURTESY OF DRBA

WILMINGTON – The Delaware River and Bay Authority (DRBA) announced that American Airlines, in partnership with The Landline Company, is launching a motorcoach service connecting Wilmington Airport (ILG) to Philadelphia International Airport (PHL).

Starting October 7, 2024, travelers will be able to park locally and clear security at the Wilmington Airport before boarding a bus to PHL.

American Airlines / Landline Schedule

Wilmington (ILG) to Philadelphia (PHL):
Depart ILG at 6:45 AM; Arrive PHL at 7:35 AM
Depart ILG at 8:00 AM; Arrive PHL at 8:50 AM
Depart ILG at 11:00 AM; Arrive PHL at 11:50 AM
Depart ILG at 1:30 PM; Arrive PHL at 2:20 PM
Depart ILG at 4:00 PM; Arrive PHL at 4:55 PM
Depart ILG at 6:00 PM; Arrive PHL at 6:50 PM

Philadelphia (PHL) to Wilmington (ILG):
Depart PHL at 8:30 AM; Arrive ILG at 9:20 AM
Depart PHL at 10:30 AM; Arrive ILG at 11:20 AM
Depart PHL at 1:55 PM; Arrive ILG at 2:45 PM
Depart PHL at 3:35 PM; Arrive ILG at 4:25 PM
Depart PHL at 6:35 PM; Arrive ILG at 7:30 PM
Depart PHL at 8:45 PM; Arrive ILG at 9:35 PM

“We’re excited to welcome American Airlines’ Landline connecting service to our customer offerings at ILG,” Thomas J. Cook, executive director of DRBA said in a press release. “The Wilmington Airport offers a refreshingly fast, smooth and simple hometown airport feel, complete with affordable parking and a superior customer experience. If you’re looking for quality service without the big city airport hassles associated with parking, check-in, or security screening, the American Airlines Landline connection service at ILG is for you!”

“We are pleased to expand our innovative partnership with Landline to Wilmington Airport and the State of Delaware,” Joe Sottile, director of Shorthaul Network Planning for American Airlines, said. “This new service will provide local residents access to American’s global network, including convenient one-stop service to more than 100 destinations around the world via our Philadelphia hub.”

“We are thrilled to expand our network to Wilmington, allowing American Airlines passengers to clear security at their local airport, closer to home, and connect through Philadelphia post security,” Michael Sharer, Landline’s Northeast Operations Lead, said. “This service will provide a seamless, premium motorcoach connection to passengers with flights out of Philadelphia. Passengers can book their trips on AA.com by searching Wilmington (ILG) to their final destination.”

DRBA will work jointly with American Airlines and Landline on a final service agreement to support the start of service and associated terminal work.

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