Travelling to Phoenix, Arizona
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX), the sixth-busiest airport in the USA, is the principal gateway for Phoenix, capital of Arizona. The airport serves 40 million passengers travelling between 89 US cities and 17 cities in Canada, Mexico, and Europe. On a typical day it has nearly 1,500 aircraft and 100,000 passengers arrive and depart and handles more than 700 tons of air cargo.
PHX is a major domestic hub for Southwest Airlines and US Airways and offers passengers convenient connections to virtually any of the nation's and world's cities. More than 18 airlines service PHX including Aeroméxico, Air Canada, AirTran, Alaska Airlines, American, British Airways, Continental, Delta, Frontier, Great Lakes, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Midwest Airlines, Northwest, Southwest, Sun Country, TED, United Airlines, US Airways, and WestJet.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is about 20 miles/32 kilometers or 30 minutes driving time to the host hotel, the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa.
The airport offers travelers a variety of ground transportation options, including shuttle services, rental cars, taxis, limousine services, light rail, and city buses. A comprehensive list of these services is available at http://phoenix.gov/skyharborairport/index.html.