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Whether you’re taking a quick trip across the country or starting a round-the-world adventure, Palm Beach Airport has a range of on-site parking facilities designed to accommodate you and your vehicle. It does not currently operate a pre-booking system in its parking lots, but with almost 10,000 spaces across four different facilities, there is plenty of room.
As close to the terminal as it’s possible to park, PBI’s Premium facility is ideal if you’re traveling on business with schedules to keep or if you want to start your trip in style. Located right outside the terminal entrance, you can park in Premium, check in and be at your gate in just a few minutes.
Ideal if you’re only away for a few days or if you’re traveling with your family and all your bags, Palm Beach Airport’s four-story short-term parking facility is situated next to the terminal building and only a two-minute walk to check-in. As a multi-story facility, PBI’s short-term parking lot operates a height restriction of 6.8 feet (2.1 meters), so it’s a good idea to confirm the height of your vehicle before setting off.
If you’re away for a week or more or looking to save some money, the 5,500-capacity long-term parking lot at Palm Beach Airport is ideal. Although further away, long-term parking is only a five-minute walk from the terminal and typically more affordable than the airport’s short-term and premium parking facilities. It’s important to note that most of the long-term parking area at PBI is housed in a multi-story facility and, while there is an open-air surface lot, there is no guarantee that a space will be available if your vehicle is over the specified height above.
Palm Beach Airport’s most affordable on-site parking option is its open-air economy facility, which offers 3,000 spaces within an eight-minute walk of the terminal building – also accessible via a four-minute ride on the complimentary shuttle that runs every 15 minutes. If you’re traveling on a budget, PBI’s economy lot is a great way to keep your car safe while you travel and it costs significantly less than the airport’s other parking options.
If you’re picking up passengers from the airport and you’ve arrived early, PBI operates a completely free parking lot in which you can wait. Parking in the terminal forecourt is strictly prohibited, so rather than driving aimlessly around the airport, park up in the cell phone lot until you hear from your passengers. It’s only a five-minute drive to the terminal where they’ll be ready and waiting for you.
As a rapidly growing east coast gateway, Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) welcomes over six million passengers a year. Its award-winning terminal building and three runways handle over 150 daily non-stop flights to numerous destinations throughout the USA and Canada, as well as quick and convenient access to the Bahamas.
Only three miles (4.8 kilometers) west of Florida’s iconic Palm Beach, PBI provides domestic and international flights for residents of Greater Miami. It is directly accessible via Congress Avenue and the Florida Turnpike if you’re headed to PBI from the surrounding region and at Exit 69 of I-95 if you’re driving to the airport from further afield.
Palm Tran, Palm Beach’s public transport provider, runs a half-hourly bus service between downtown Palm Beach and PBI, seven days a week. Taking approximately 25 minutes, the route also includes a stop at West Palm Beach Intermodal Transit Center, which serves as a hub for the region’s Tri-Rail, Amtrak and Greyhound transport services.
PBI began operations as Morrison Field in 1936, named after Floridian Miss Grace K. Morrison, who was instrumental in its planning and organization. US Army Air Forces commissioned the airfield during World War II and, in the wake of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Morrison Field was used as the staging base for the Allied invasion of France with aircraft departing from Morrison to the United Kingdom to take part in the D-Day invasion of Normandy.
After the war, Palm Beach County fought to regain full control of the airfield from the US Air Force. In 1962, the last military presence was removed and the airfield was officially renamed Palm Beach International Airport.
Over time, the runways were upgraded and new terminal facilities were opened. The 550,000-square foot (51,097-square meter) David McCampbell Terminal, named after the World War II flying ace, Medal of Honor recipient and Palm Beach resident, was designed and installed in 1988. The terminal features innovative rapid expansion capabilities, so it can easily be doubled in size in the future as PBI continues to grow in popularity and cement its reputation as one of America’s best medium-sized airports.
PBI’s single terminal and three concourses are well equipped with everything its visitors might need. The airport features a number of familiar fast food outlets alongside some Palm Beach family favorites and is home to a selection of shops offering everything from travel essentials to cutting-edge electronic devices and accessories. There’s even a PGA Golf outlet offering souvenirs, memorabilia and professional-quality golf equipment and supplies.
Facilities at Palm Beach Airport include:
PBI’s proximity to the world-famous Palm Beach coastline means that the airport is surrounded by a wide selection of luxury and affordable hotels, all offering a variety of accommodation and parking deals.
Just over a mile (1.6 kilometers) from Palm Beach Airport, the Embassy Suites by Hilton West Palm Beach Central offers luxurious accommodation for passengers. As well as access to a good range of facilities, including a pool, tennis courts, spa, salon and complimentary high-speed WiFi, you can also choose from a range of flexible ‘park and fly’ deals that can be tailored to your trip, regardless of how long you are away. The Embassy Suites also runs a free shuttle bus between the hotel and the airport every 30 minutes, 24 hours a day, so you can go from bed to boarding in no time.
Only slightly further away and more affordable, The Holiday Inn Palm Beach-Airport Conference Center is 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometers) away from PBI. In addition to the convenient Stay, Park and Go package, which includes free parking for the night of your stay and up to seven more days of parking in the hotel’s secure facility while you're away, the hotel runs a complimentary shuttle service to the airport and surrounding area between 5am and 11pm.
If all you’re looking for is somewhere to rest your head before or after a big flight, the Rodeway Inn is just five minutes from Palm Beach Airport and offers affordable accommodation and ample free parking for the duration of your stay. Although there is no shuttle service on offer, staff at the Rodeway Inn will pre-book a taxi to take you to the terminal and the hotel also includes breakfast in the price of a reservation.
Palm Beach Airport has an impressive range of food and drink options, catering for passengers looking for something to eat on the go as well as those celebrating the start of a big trip with a full-on feast. As well as fast food and fresh coffee from some of America’s favorite high-street brands, Palm Beach Airport is home to a number of much-loved local bars and eateries that offer visitors their first flavor of Florida.
Alongside numerous outlets selling the basic travel essentials, from snacks and magazines to power adapters and sun screen, Palm Beach Airport is also home to a selection of shops that offer travelers their own unique souvenir of famous Floridian culture. Locally designed beachwear, water sports accessories and an official PGA Golf store ensure that you’re fully prepared for all Florida has to offer.
On Level Two of PBI’s main terminal complex, you’ll find a gallery that specializes in showcasing the work of local artists. Featuring a continuously rotating collection of paintings, illustrations, photography and sculpture from some of the region’s up-and-coming and established creatives, the gallery is always worth a visit – and, luckily for you, everything in the collection is up for sale. So, if something catches your eye, simply let the gallery attendant know and they’ll prepare it for travel with you or keep it safe until you’re back at the airport after your trip.
Florida is the proud home of the PGA Tour, the organization responsible for some of the most prestigious flagship golfing events in the world. If you’re an aspiring golfer or you're more likely to find your ball in the bunker, Palm Beach Airport has its very own indoor, eight-hole putting green where you can practice your posture, hit a hole in one and even take your ball home as a trophy.
The highly qualified team at PBI’s in-house spa and salon offers a range of massages, facials, manicures and pedicures that can be customized to suit your needs and, of course, your timeframe. If you fancy a quick mani-pedi before you hit the beach or a Swedish deep-tissue massage to iron out any stress and tension, the spa will have the treatment you're looking for and leave you feeling revitalized.
Traveling can be a stressful experience for everyone, but especially for children. The KidsZoo on Level Two in PBI’s Main Terminal building is a spacious and soft play area where your kids can burn off any nervous energy and bad moods before you fly to help get your trip off to a fuss-free start.
Only three miles (4.8 kilometers) from the world-famous Palm Beach shoreline, PBI’s observation platform provides a breathtaking, panoramic view of the coast and the horizon beyond. If you’ve got some time before you fly, why not treat yourself to a coffee, take advantage of the free WiFi and sit back in the Floridian sun with your feet up?
One of Palm Beach’s most popular and beloved attractions, McCarthy’s Wildlife Sanctuary is home to almost 200 exotic animals that have either been rescued or donated so that Mark McCarthy and his team can treat, nurture and work towards releasing them back into the wild.
With an incredible and eclectic range of rare animals that includes lions, tigers, alligators, pythons, owls and eagles, to name just a few, a trip to McCarthy’s Wildlife Sanctuary is a great opportunity to see exotic animals up close and to learn more about the pioneering work being done to rehabilitate them just 16 miles (25.7 kilometers) from Palm Beach Airport.
Embrace your inner chocoholic and head to Hoffman’s Chocolates, just 20 minutes south of PBI, to taste their incredible range of chocolates, toffees and ice creams and learn about how they are made. Featuring a range of interactive displays, family-friendly activities and, of course, plenty of taste-testing, Hoffman’s is as interesting as it is delicious and the perfect place to customize the ideal in-flight treat, whether it’s for your kids or for you.
Built in 1902, Whitehall, now known as the Henry Flagler Museum, was dubbed the grandest and most magnificent private dwelling in the world by the New York Herald. Named after its original owner, the industrialist, philanthropist and “father of Palm Beach” Henry Flagler, the 75-room, Beaux Arts-style mansion was saved from demolition by Flagler’s granddaughter in 1959 and opened up to the public as a unique American example of European extravagant architecture and lavish furnishing at the turn of the century.
Bursting with marble floors and columns, hand-painted murals on the ceilings and 24-carat gilding just about everywhere you look, entering the Henry Flagler Museum is like stepping into another world. The museum is just six miles (9.6 kilometers) from Palm Beach Airport.
With a collection of over 7,000 works that includes classic and contemporary examples of American, European and Chinese art and photography, the Norton Museum of Art is the largest and one of the most important establishments in Florida.
Founded in 1941 by former head of Acme Steel, Ralph Hubbard Norton, to display his private collection of paintings and sculpture, the museum grew steadily in popularity until 2001 when it underwent a huge expansion that quadrupled its size and scope.
Less than 10 minutes’ drive from PBI and featuring 14 different galleries, a three-story atrium and an enclosed courtyard that houses a wide variety of interactive and social events, the Norton Museum of Art has become a vital part of Palm Beach’s cultural community.
Having recently undergone a massive $5 million expansion, the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium (SFSCA) now features more than 50 hands-on and interactive educational exhibits. It has a 10,000-gallon (45,461-liter) fresh and salt water aquarium system featuring both local and exotic marine life, a state-of-the-art digital planetarium and, of course, a customized miniature golf course to challenge even the most professional of putters.
Located five miles (eight kilometers) from PBI and with something guaranteed to intrigue everyone, old and young, why not explore the SFSCA before you fly?
Meet some of Florida’s most beloved locals as they bask in the warm-water outflows of the Riviera Beach Next Generation Clean Energy Center, an area now affectionately known as Manatee Lagoon in honor of its residents. Much more than just an opportunity to watch these endangered gentle giants huddle and snuggle, the Energy Center has put together an array of informative and interactive events exploring the region’s unique relationship with the manatees and examining what more can be done to preserve, protect and provide for Florida’s rich natural environment and diverse wildlife.
If you could do with cooling off before you fly, the 30-acre (12.1-hectare) Rapids Water Park is less than 10 miles (16 kilometers) away from Palm Beach Airport. The park features 35 waterslides, some reaching seven stories high, a quarter-mile (400-meter) long lazy river, a wave pool capable of generating waves up to 6.6 feet (two meters) high and numerous slides and rides for families all grouped into categories of the Biggest, Coolest and Wettest.
Rapids Water Park is a great end to a fun-filled family vacation and a good way to make sure your kids burn off any excess energy before they fly.
Palm Beach International Airport’s David McCampbell Terminal currently supports three concourses that serve a combined total of 16 airlines, including major operators such as Delta Air Lines, American Airlines and Air Canada. With a daily average of 150 flights to over 30 domestic and international locations already, the terminal building is designed so that PBI’s capacity can easily be doubled in the future.
|Air Canada||Main terminal, Concourse B|
|American Airlines||Main terminal, Concourse B|
|American Eagle||Main terminal, Concourse B|
|Bahamasair||Main terminal, Concourse A|
|Canadian North||Main terminal, Concourse B|
|Delta Air Lines||Main terminal, Concourse C|
|Delta Connection||Main terminal, Concourse C|
|Frontier Airlines||Main terminal, Concourse C|
|JetBlue Airways||Main terminal, Concourse C|
|Silver Airways||Main terminal, Concourse A|
|Southwest Airlines||Main terminal, Concourse B|
|Spirit Airlines||Main terminal, Concourse C|
|Sun Country Airlines||Main terminal, Concourse B|
|United Airlines||Main terminal, Concourse B|
|United Express||Main terminal, Concourse B|
|WestJet||Main terminal, Concourse B|
A vital part of Palm Beach’s economic and cultural infrastructure, PBI is easy to reach by road. Congress Avenue provides direct access from downtown, while Florida’s Turnpike, also known as State Road 91 and the Ronald Reagan Turnpike, is a toll road that provides convenient connection between Florida’s coastal highways, I-75 to the west and I-95 to the east. PBI can also be accessed directly from I-95 at Exit 69 if you’re northbound and Exit 69B if you're southbound.
Regardless of where you’re driving from, you can navigate to the airport using the ZIP code FL 33406.
The Route 44 bus from Palm Tran, the region’s public transport provider, runs between PBI and downtown Palm Beach every 30 minutes, seven days a week, and stops right outside the main entrance to the airport terminal. The average journey time from the city center to the airport is 25 minutes, but it’s worth bearing in mind that this can vary depending on where you board and the level of traffic in the area. You can find detailed route maps and up-to-date timetables for the area here.
Although PBI doesn’t currently have its own dedicated rail facility, the West Palm Beach Intermodal Transit Center - a regional hub for Tri-Rail, Amtrak and Greyhound services - is only 10 minutes away from the airport and is one of the main stops on the Route 44 Airport bus service.
Because the area around PBI is known as West Palm Beach, many locals refer to Palm Beach Airport as West Palm Beach Airport. Don’t worry if you hear both names being used - they both refer to the same place.
As one of Florida’s busiest airports and the closest to the world-famous Palm Beach coastline, PBI, its parking facilities and the roads surrounding it can get busy, particularly during peak hours. Whether you’re a frequent flier or not, it’s a good idea to arrive at the airport with at least two hours before you fly domestically and three hours if you’re traveling to another country.
Palm Beach Airport’s short-term and long-term parking lots incorporate multi-story facilities that operate height restrictions of 6.8 feet (2.1 meters) throughout. If you’re planning on parking in either, it’s a good idea to double-check the height of your vehicle before you set off. If you are over the specified height or unsure of your vehicle's height, the open-air economy parking lots is only a short walk or an even shorter shuttle bus ride to the terminal.
The bays outside the terminal building are exclusively for dropping off and picking up passengers and drivers are strictly prohibited from stopping their engines, parking or leaving their vehicles unattended. If you need a bit more time to wish your family and friends farewell or if you’ve arrived earlier than planned to pick them up, PBI provides completely free parking in the cell phone lot just a five-minute drive from the terminal, where you can wait until your passengers are ready to go or waiting to be picked up.
As a site of breathtaking natural beauty, Palm Beach is a hotspot for budding and professional photographers alike, but many visitors don’t know that the technology used in screening baggage at airports around the world can permanently damage undeveloped film. In order to keep your snaps safe, remember to keep your films in your carry-on baggage or request a hand inspection of your checked bags.
PBI is within easy reach of downtown Palm Beach, greater Florida and the surrounding states given its position within a comprehensive network of local slip roads, state freeways and Interstate roads. For further information, check the ‘How to get to Palm Beach Airport’ section in this guide or the useful overhead map on the PBI website.
You can find live arrivals and departures tables that include PBI flight numbers, gate numbers, status updates and the option to track individual flights with updates and alerts sent directly to your phone.
PBI fully complies with all elements of the Americans with Disabilities Act to ensure that every visitor finds their stay at the airport easy and enjoyable. If you have any requirements for your visit, let your airline know as early as possible so they can make all the necessary arrangements with PBI in plenty of time.
All items found on airport property are logged before being stored safely and securely at PBI’s Lost and Found office for 30 days before being discarded. If you’ve lost something, you can contact the office directly on (+1) 561 687 5906 or by filling in this form and, once claimed, your items can be picked up in person or shipped to you at your expense.
It is important to note that PBI is not responsible for any items left on your plane and that you should contact your airline as soon as possible to locate and secure your lost belongings.
Yes, you can. There are banks of complimentary charging stations conveniently situated in the seating areas of Concourses B and C.
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