Phoenix Sky Harbor Opens PHX Sky Train

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport this week opened its PHX Sky Train, providing a connection between Terminal 4, which serves 80 percent of the passengers at Sky Harbor, East Economy parking, and the regional METRO light rail system at 44th Street and Washington.

The automated, electrically-powered PHX Sky Train operates 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.

“We are especially proud that the environmentally-friendly project has achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification from the US Green Building Council,” said Phoenix Aviation Director, Danny Murphy.

The PHX Sky Train stations also provide amenities for travelers, including the ability to print boarding pass at kiosks and pet parks. Early Bag Check, available at East Economy parking since December, also opened April 8 at the 44th Street Station. It allows travelers flying Southwest or US Airways to check their bags at the station for no additional cost. In addition, the 44th St. Station features a cell-phone waiting lot for those picking up passengers, while METRO light rail customers can purchase light rail tickets.

By early 2015, the PHX Sky Train will serve all three terminals at Sky Harbor, with a station Terminal 3 and a walkway to Terminal 2. In its final stage of construction, the PHX Sky Train will continue to the Rental Car Center.

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Source : AviationNews

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