PHX Sky Train®

Phoenix Sky Train Route
What is the PHX Sky Train®. ?

The PHX Sky Train® is an automated train that transports travelers between the 44th Street and Washington Valley Metro Light Rail, the East Economy parking area and Terminal 4 in its first stage.

How much will it cost to ride?

The PHX Sky Train® is free to the public.

What hours does it run?

The PHX Sky Train® runs 24-hours a day with predictable travel times – arriving at stations about every three minutes during peak periods and delivering passengers to their destinations within five minutes of boarding.

Station Amenities 44th Street & Washington
  • Boarding pass kiosks – print your boarding pass with participating airlines before arriving at the terminal.
  • Early Bag Check - for those traveling Southwest or US Airways.
  • Valley Metro Light Rail Ticket Machines – purchase your METRO light rail tickets after arriving at the station. Ticket kiosks are located on Level 2.
  • Cell Phone Waiting Lot
  • Pet Park
  • Four hour parking meters
  • Dropping off or picking up travelers using Terminal 4? The 44th Street & Washington PHX Sky Train® Station offers a handy alternative to driving into the Airport.
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East Economy
  • Boarding pass kiosks – print your boarding pass with participating airlines before arriving at the terminal.
  • Early Bag Check - for those traveling Southwest or US Airways.
  • Pet Park
  • Circulator vehicles to transport passengers from the uncovered parking areas to the PHX Sky Train® Station.
  • Family Friendly, ADA Parking north of the station
  • Departing from the East Economy Station? Be sure to check the lighted display for the train's destination before boarding. Trains travel in both directions from that station.
Terminal 4
  • Conveniently located on Level 3, travelers can disembark the PHX Sky Train® and walk directly to the security checkpoint to catch their flight.

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