One of the largest cities in Pennsylvania, Reading is as beautiful as it is lively. With the city's numerous museums, performing arts centers, and unique points of interest, your itinerary will be full to the brim when you plan your trip. You can easily find cheap tickets to Reading that will take you right to Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) to afford you easy access to your destination.
When you fly into Philadelphia International Airport, you'll find a wide variety of shopping and dining options to help you relax from your flight. You'll even find art exhibits on display to add a touch of culture to your trip before you even leave the airport. You will need transportation to reach hotels in Reading, as the city is just over 70 miles west of Philadelphia. You can take a Greyhound bus from Philadelphia to Reading by first taking a taxi to the Greyhound station 10 miles from the airport. You can also simply use a taxi or limousine to get to Reading, but keep in mind the length of the trip as you estimate your fare. If you're going to be driving around Reading, it may be most convenient to simply rent a vehicle at the airport. You'll find phones at each baggage claim carousel to provide you with information on each rental company. When you end up in Reading, you'll want to make time for attractions like the Pagoda, a seven-story-tall, over 100-year-old pagoda located on top of Mount Penn. You'll also find a number of fascinating museums, including the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum and the Reading Public Museum. Don't forget to pick up some souvenirs at the Reading Station Outlet Center or Fairgrounds Square Mall. There's no end to the excitement when you book your ticket to Reading.
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Wonderful flight in business class!
Some staff were more cheerful than others!
No on board power outlets at seats on Airbus which was disappointing for a flight that long.
Gate staff were fantastic
Could not check in so had a seat over the wing, no view in a daylong flight. Second or third time I could not check-in 24 hours before the flight. Very annoying.
Was sorry that hubby and I didn’t get to sit together, but otherwise was great.