Though a student has to be 17 years old to get his or her pilot's license, the instructors at Crosswinds Flight School start flyers as young as 12 on the path toward becoming new pilots. On the runways of Cross Keys Airport in Williamstown, New Jersey, they train students in the basic operations, takeoff, and steering procedures of compact Cessna and Piper Cherokee aircraft. As instructors guide their students toward a private pilot's license or instrument rating, they field questions about specific cockpit controls, techniques of flight, and types of clouds that make the best cotton candy. They progressively fine-tune the skill sets of participants in each course through short solo flights and up to 150-mile cross-country voyages.
Situated just two miles from Philadelphia International Airport, Colonial Airport Parking houses vehicles in a 1,500-space, fenced-in facility that is secured by stadium lighting and a 24-hour staff who has over 50 years of experience in the parking industry. Travelers can opt to self-park or leave their car with a valet. Once they?ve secured their spot, spacious shuttles that run continuously will transport them to their terminal. For customers who choose valet parking, the facility offers additional services such as car washes, details, oil changes, and Pennsylvania state emissions inspections while cars are parked on the premises.
Whenever a customer at Payless Airport Parking calls for a shuttle, it's guaranteed that the company's sleek, silver van will arrive to pick them up within 10 minutes. The parking service shuttles its customers to and from Philadelphia International Airport and ensures this prompt arrival whether the customer is waiting at the garage counter or just woke up from a power nap on the baggage-claim carousel. While their owners are away, cars are kept locked in a secure, gated area. During this time, staff technicians can keep each vehicle in top condition with hand washes, oil changes, and tire rotations. To aid those who have arrived in Philadelphia but haven't brought a car, Payless Airport Parking also operates a rental service. The service oversees eight vehicle makes and models, each of which are primed for pickup with a hand wash.
WallyPark removes one of the hassles of flying with secured self-serve and valet parking facilities in close proximity to major airports across the U.S. Though amenities vary by location, most include express check-in and checkout service, with WallyClub members also earning points toward free parking. WallyPark facilities ease the stress of airport commutes with complimentary newspapers, coffee, and a shuttle service that departs every 5?10 minutes 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Complimentary luggage assistance at some locations helps customers haul prized dirt collections to and from vehicles.
Penn Scooters’ electric vehicles zip riders along the streets and alleyways of Philadelphia, offering an up-close perspective on the city. As riders cruise by the city’s myriad historical attractions, they can take comfort in the knowledge that their compact transport causes much less harm to the environment than vehicles that run on gasoline, coal, or wheels made of chainsaws.
Super Trans's spacious shuttles depart from Philadelphia up to five times a day as they escort travelers to either Newark or JFK airports. Customers in Philadelphia and some nearby suburbs can arrange for door-to-door pickup, and others can choose their boarding locations from a list of pickup points, such as the Hampton Inn Newtown, the Philadelphia Airport, and the landing strip atop City Hall. The 2.5- to 3-hour ride departs at regular intervals throughout the day, giving travelers the stress-free freedom to arrive to the airport with enough time to check in, browse the gift shops, or get lost in the hypnotic swirl of the baggage claim upon return. Every shuttle makes an average of two to four stops. Customers can see the shuttle schedule here.