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Traverse City to Philadelphia Flights

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Traverse City and Philadelphia airports and terminals

Airports in Traverse City MI, US
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    Blacker (MBL)

    Distance from City Center: 46.4 miles

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    Traverse City Airport (TVC)

    Distance from City Center: 1 mile

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Airports in Philadelphia PA, US
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    Philadelphia Airport (PHL)

    Distance from City Center: 6.2 miles

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Flights to Philadelphia

About the Traverse City Cherry Capital Airport

Flights from Traverse City, Michigan, originate at the Cherry Capital Airport. Its colorful name fits with the décor inside the airport, which has a design inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright. The sleek, modern style makes the airport wait a bit more comfortable. Located four miles from downtown Traverse City on South Airport Road, Cherry Capital is a small hub for eight airlines. They include American Eagle, Delta and United. More than 250 domestic flights come through the airport each week. Reserve your air ticket for one of those flights on Orbitz.com

Parking at Cherry Capital

Stow your car in the short- or long-term parking lots offered by the airport. The short-term lot charges $1.25 per half-hour, with a $10 maximum charge. The long-term lot charges $2.00 per hour, with a $6.75 maximum daily limit and a $10.00 maximum weekly limit. The cell-phone lots on the east side of the terminal are reserved for pickups only.

Finding Transportation to the Airport

You have a choice of independent shuttles, taxis or hotel shuttles to get you to the flight on time. Independent shuttles are the most expensive. Some of the rates are over $100, depending on the company. You can take a taxi for a $5.00 minimum fare and an average of $3.00 per mile. Hotel shuttles are the best deals. If you arrange them when you book the hotel, you can get a ride to the airport free of charge. Book the hotel and flight together on Orbitz.com to keep further costs down.

A Meal before the Flight

Get a bite to eat and/or a cup of coffee before an early flight at one of two restaurants located close to the Cherry Capital Airport. Opa Coney and Grill offers Greek Cuisine to fill you up. They are open for breakfast, serving the traditional American dishes with a Greek spin on them. Grab a quick bite to eat at Big Apple Bagels if you are in a hurry. For great deals on air tickets, book your flights from Traverse City on Orbitz.com.

Traveling to Philadelphia

Philadelphia is the largest city in Pennsylvania and the cultural and educational center of the Delaware Valley. Let Orbitz.com help you find budget flights to Philadelphia for your next trip.

Airports in Philadelphia

There are two airports in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia International Airport, the 12th largest airport in the world, provides domestic and international service. It is located at the southern boundary of the city. The Northeast Philadelphia Airport provides general and corporate air service and is located in Northeast Philadelphia. If you are looking for budget flights to Philadelphia, you can rely on Orbitz.com for the lowest fares.

Transportation From the Airport

Check to see if your hotel offers a shuttle from the airport. If not, you'll find car rental companies at the airport and around the city. Philadelphia also has a bus system. Orbitz.com is a complete trip planner, from flights to car rentals, so when you're checking out flights to Philadelphia, you can book budget car rentals at the same time.

Weather in Philadelphia

Philadelphia has a variety of weather. Summers can be hot, with the average temperature in the 80s and highs in the 90s. Spring and fall are generally mild. Winter is cold, with the average temperature in the 30s. Some winters have only light snow, while others bring large snowstorms. If you are visiting in the winter, remember to bring a warm coat, gloves and boots.

Philadelphia's Major Attractions

Philadelphia is most famous for its historic sites, such as the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. Philadelphia is also known for its arts and culture. With an assortment of parks, museums, art galleries and restaurants, there is something for every taste. Orbitz.com can help you find budget flights to Philadelphia as well as help you identify things to do during your next vacation.