Phoenix International Airport Ground Transportation
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport offers travelers a variety of ground transportation options, including hotel shuttle services, bus lines, taxi services, limousine services and Dial-A-Ride.
Green and white courtesy buses run between the various terminals and parking facilities.
Rental Car Shuttle
Multi-coloured buses operate between the terminals and the airport's Rental Car Center.
Hotel Shuttle Services
Many hotels and resorts provide courtesy transport for their patrons. A courtesy phone center for contacting hotels and resorts that offer guests free transportation is adjacent to the baggage claim areas at the passenger terminals.
Metro Bus Lines
Red Line buses join the airport with points north, east and west. Importantly, westbound buses go to downtown Phoenix, the Metrocenter mall in north Phoenix, and many other locations. Buses also stop at the Greyhound Bus Terminal.
Each terminal has stops for the bus: look for the sign 'City Bus Stop'.
Eastbound buses stop on the north sides of Terminal 4 and Terminal 3 and on the west side of Terminal 2.
Westbound buses stop on the south sides of Terminal 4 and Terminal 3. However, they do not stop at Terminal 2: passengers need to catch an eastbound bus from Terminal 2 and change at Terminal 3.
Route 13 runs east across town to Lower Buckeye Road and does stop at the Greyhound Terminal.
Time Scheduled Vans
One company - Supershuttle - operates 24 hours a day on a scheduled basis offering an airport-to-door service. Ring +1 602 244-9000 / voice or +1 602 243 7786 / TDD.
Three companies provide taxis at Sky Harbor Airport. These companies are: AAA Cab (+1 602 437 4000), Allstate (+1 602 275 8888) and Discount (+1 602 266 1110).
Taxis will take wheelchairs if these can be folded and put into the boot.
Limousines operate to and from the airport, charging per zone and with flat fees for additional passengers, above a standard one or two. Zones are set at five-mile increments from the airport. They can also be hired at an hourly rate, with two-hour minimum. Limousines will also take wheelchairs if they can be folded and put into the boot.
People with disabilities and other entitled people should ring the Arizona Relay Service. From the airport travelers should dial 253 4000 / voice or 231 0961 / TDD.