juneteenth graphic
Wednesday, June 16 2021

Juneteenth is an annual holiday that celebrates the emancipation of enslaved people in the United States. It marks the day (June 19, 1865) when news of the end of slavery reached Galveston, TX, one of the deepest parts of the Confederacy. 

The City of Philadelphia Division of Aviation is honored to lead Philadelphia International Airport's observation of the Juneteenth holiday in the following ways:

Allan Moore Honored by TSA
Wednesday, May 26 2021

In order for PHL to operate efficiently, all organizations that conduct business at the airport must collaborate with each other. Allan Moore, PHL’s Deputy Director of Aviation – Facilities, was recently honored by the Transportation Security Administration for his contributions in support of the TSA’s PHL operations. Moore was presented with a certificate of appreciation by

kate sullivan
Monday, May 17 2021

The City of Philadelphia Division of Aviation, which owns and operates Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and Northeast Philadelphia Airport (PNE), has announced the selection of Kate Sullivan for the position of Deputy Director of Strategic Partnerships.

Pam Johnson
Friday, May 7 2021

“I got the COVID-19 vaccine to protect myself and those around me,” said Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) Administrative Assistant Pamela Johnson. “I've also encouraged my coworkers to get vaccinated because I care about the health and safety of them and their loved ones.”   

Rene Burrows Spirit
Friday, March 19 2021

“I feel very lucky to be working with Spirit here in Philadelphia,” said Spirit Airlines’ PHL General Manager Rene Burrows. “We may be a smaller operation, but we are indeed making a name for ourselves. For that, I am proud to be on this team.”  

CEO Chellie Cameron took part in a panel discussion hosted by the Women in Transportation Seminar Philadelphia Chapter
Tuesday, March 16 2021

As Women’s History Month marched on, two members of the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) senior leadership team presented at events sponsored by the Women in Transportation Seminar (WTS) while a third participated in a panel discussion on female engineers sponsored by her alma mater.

Liz Moselle
Tuesday, March 9 2021

“I love people and I love ideas. I like breaking down silos and helping people find common ground,” said PHL Assistant Director of Guest Experience, Elizabeth Moselle. “I love that I get to work in many different areas— customer service, design, consumer insights and so much more. It’s never boring.” 

BHM Poetry
Thursday, February 25 2021

Airport employees recite quotes and poems by their favorite Black icons such as Maya Angelou, Octavia Butler and more.

Patricia Camps
Tuesday, February 23 2021

The City of Philadelphia's Division of Aviation is fortunate to have seasoned employees with an abundance of experiences and perspectives. Throughout February, PHL will share insight from several longtime staff members, such as Administrative Specialist Supervisor Patricia Camps.​​​​​​

Do you recall what was happening in your life (or local/national/world events) when you joined the Division of Aviation?

Engineers Week 2021
Monday, February 22 2021

February 21-27 is designated as Engineers Week, and the Division of Aviation is saluting our team of engineers who perform a variety of important jobs that are crucial to Philadelphia International and Northeast Philadelphia airports. The Division of Aviation Engineering Department focuses on the replacement, rehabilitation and expansion of airport facilities and systems including:

 

lakshman
Friday, February 19 2021

PHL CEO Chellie Cameron joins American Airlines Vice President PHL Lakshman Amaranayaka to discuss a variety of topics, including his background, career experiences, reflections and advice to the next generation pursuing careers in the aviation industry.

Helen Miles-Jackson BHM2021
Wednesday, February 17 2021

The City of Philadelphia's Division of Aviation is fortunate to have seasoned employees with an abundance of experiences and perspectives. Throughout February, PHL will share insight from several longtime staff members, such as Human Resources Associate Helen Miles-Jackson.​​​​​​

Do you recall what was happening in your life (or local/national/world events) when you joined the Division of Aviation?

Sheila Trueheart Headshot
Tuesday, February 16 2021

The City of Philadelphia's Division of Aviation is fortunate to have seasoned employees with an abundance of experiences and perspectives. Throughout February, PHL will share insight from several longtime staff members, such as Deputy Director of Administrative Operations Sheila Trueheart.

Do you recall what was happening in your life (or local/national/world events) when you joined the Division of Aviation?

soledad chellie
Friday, February 12 2021

PHL CEO Chellie Cameron joins airport Chief Administrative Officer Soledad Alfaro to discuss a variety of topics, including her background, career experiences, reflections and advice to the next generation pursuing careers in the aviation industry.

Adam
Tuesday, February 9 2021

The first thing you notice about PHL Deputy Chief Revenue Officer Adam Mitchell is his charismatic smile and calm professional demeanor.   

Aviation Boards Members
Tuesday, February 2 2021

The Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) Senior Leadership team is made up of professionals in a variety of areas including airport operations, business, finance, law, human resources and more. In addition to their jobs at PHL, many leadership team members offer their expertise to aviation and transportation related organizations as members of boards and committees.

Chellie Cameron
Friday, January 29 2021

Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and Northeast Philadelphia Airport (PNE) CEO Chellie Cameron has been elected to serve as chair of the U.S. Policy Council for Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA), the trade association representing commercial service airports in the United States and Canada.

Alec Gever America Recycles Day
Tuesday, January 19 2021

-What is your current position at PHL and how long have you worked here? 

My current position is Purchasing Manager, Professional Services. I have been working at the airport for nine years. 

Ruben DeLeon
Thursday, January 7 2021

-What is your current position at PHL and how long have you worked here? 

My position is Airport Operations Officer and I have been working at PHL for a little over three years.  

Employee Recognition 2020
Monday, December 28 2020

On December 9, 2020 PHL and PNE held a virtual ceremony to celebrate employees with 15 and 25 years of service to the City of Philadelphia:  

25 Years of Service 

chellie
Monday, December 21 2020

While it is common for CEOs to serve on community and industry boards as part of their outreach efforts, it is unusual for an airport CEO to helm a federal bank advisory council. Philadelphia International Airport CEO Chellie Cameron has accomplished just that, having

Roland Arrington
Monday, December 21 2020

Roland is pictured in a photo taken prior to the COVID-19 pandemic and mask ordinance.

What is your current position, responsibilities and duties at PHL and how long have you worked here?

TSA Coat Drive
Wednesday, December 16 2020

One hundred coats of all sizes and appropriate for all ages were collected and distributed, along with hats, gloves and scarves to individuals in West Philadelphia who were without the outerwear to keep them warm through winter thanks to the efforts of a long-time Supervisory Transportation Security officer at Philadelphia International Airport.

Calvin Truitt
Monday, December 7 2020

Maintenance Coordinator Calvin Truitt was a recipient of a 2018 PHL Innovation Award (Calvin is pictured above at the award ceremony). As an exceptional employee, he was a guest on PHL CEO Chellie Cameron's "Taking Off" podcast. Listen to that episode here.

Shaqunna Duncan  Employee Award
Friday, September 11 2020

What is your current position, responsibilities and duties at PHL and how long have you worked here?

Becky Rodriguez and Ellie
Friday, August 21 2020

-What is your current position, responsibilities and duties at PHL and how long have you worked here?

Oliver Simmons
Monday, July 27 2020

What is your current position at PHL and how long have you worked here? 

My current position is an Equipment Operator 2. I started with the city in the custodial department at PHL in 2003. Over the years I’ve moved on and it’s now been 16 years since I’ve been with the city working at PHL. 

Al Profile Photo
Tuesday, July 21 2020

-What is your current position at PHL and how long have you worked here? 

I am currently serving as a Building Maintenance Group Leader and have been employed by PHL for the last seven years. 

Alycia Speas
Tuesday, June 30 2020

What is your current position at PHL and how long have you worked here?  

Tamara Whitfield
Wednesday, June 24 2020

What is your current position at PHL and how long have you worked here? 

Keron Booth
Tuesday, June 9 2020

-What is your current position at PHL and how long have you worked here? 

Chellie packing
Thursday, May 28 2020

Being an airport essential employee during the COVID-19 crisis has been challenging, and at times, overwhelming. To show appreciation for essential personnel, the City of Philadelphia's Division of Aviation collaborated with MarketPlace PHL, the airport's food and shops organization, on a snack bag distribution.

Wallace FOD
Wednesday, May 20 2020

What is your current position at PHL and how long have you worked here?  

WFH
Monday, May 11 2020

Passengers may not realize this, but there are more than 800 employees in Philadelphia International Airport who work for the City of Philadelphia Division of Aviation, which owns and operates both PHL and Northeast Philadelphia Airport.

THree Panel NTTW
Friday, May 8 2020

PHL employees miss seeing passengers filling the terminals, either coming to visit Philadelphia or possibly heading on an exciting vacation. Staff members also miss being able to travel from PHL.

chellie-arise
Thursday, April 30 2020

The COVID-19 crisis has changed the way work is done at Philadelphia International Airport and Northeast Philadelphia Airport, but the 21,000 employees of PHL & PNE continue supporting their passengers, their families, and each other.

Chellie Cameron
Friday, April 24 2020

Leadership during crisis requires navigating challenges with courage and transparency. PHL CEO Chellie Cameron shares her thoughts on PHL and PNE's pre-recovery activities, the CARES Act, and a new interview series that will begin in May. 

employee-thanks
Thursday, April 16 2020

Airports are considered essential infrastructure that remain operational during crises to allow airlines to transport those that must fly and important cargo. PHL is home to 21,000 employees from hundreds of companies that help serve passengers. Many of these employees continue to report to the airport during the COVID-19 pandemic to keep PHL moving.   

chellie0403
Friday, April 3 2020

Leadership during crisis requires navigating challenges with courage and transparency. PHL CEO Chellie Cameron opened up about the surreal nature of directing a major airport during an unprecedented global crisis.