DOMESTIC MAJOR CARRIERS
DELTA AIR LINES
Delta Air Lines serves PHL with daily flights from/to Atlanta, Detroit, Minnieapolis, Salt Lake City, and formerly London and Paris. A variety of types have conducted these routes, including the Boeing 737, Boeing 757, and most commonly, the MD-88/MD-90.
DELTA AIRBUS A319
DELTA AIRBUS A320
DELTA BOEING 737 (-700/-800/-900)
DELTA BOEING 757 (-200/-300)
British Airways, the United Kingdom's flag carrier has been one of Philadelphia International's longest tenured visitors. As part of OneWorld alliance, Speedbird operates two daily flights, with a 747 day flight and a 787 red eye. It isn't unusual to find a 767 or 777 subbing as well.
BRITISH AIRWAYS' BOEING 747-400
BRITISH AIRWAYS' BOEING 767-300ER
BRITISH AIRWAYS BOEING 777-200
BRITISH AIRWAYS' BOEING 787-8
Icelandair is somewhat the new kid on the block in Philadelphia. Icelandair recently added service to PHL from Keflavik Intl., with Boeing 757-200s. As of 2018, the 757s have been replaced by 737-MAX8 aircraft, but 757s still fly fill-ins every now and then.
Lufthansa has had a presence at Philadelphia International for almost as long as British Airways. While Lufthansa changes equipment to Philadelphia frequently, it is never uncommon to receive unexpected aircraft rotating through Philadelphia.
LUFthansa airbus a330-300
LUFTHANSA AIRBUS A340-300
lufthansa airbus a340-600
LUFTHANSA BOEING 747-400
Qatar Airways has made quite a name for itself in Philadelphia. When it was unveiled as a new destination in 2014, people were skeptical, but Qatar's direct route to Doha expanded from a Boeing 777-200 up to an Airbus A350-900XWB in a matter of two years.