Knowing what to expect in terms of transportation at your destination will become one less thing to worry about while planning your holidays or business trip. Our guides will help you effectively navigate logistic complexities at any airport and get to your destination, move around, and even some ideas on what to visit nearby.
We have collected information from various sources and combined it with the knowledge of locals and traveling experts to bring you all the best transportation tips.
Tenerife South Airport
Tenerife South Airport is located in the heart of the island's touristic centre. A complete network of buses communicates the airport to the rest of the island for as low as $3. Private pre-booked rides start at $86.
Airport IATA Code: TFS
Terminal Maps San Francisco International Airport
San Francisco International Airport counts with 3 domestic terminals (T1, T2, and T3) located at its center and two International terminals (A and G) located on its sides. Passengers can connect to certain terminals without exiting and re-entering security.
You can move through terminals using SFO's AirTrain. A fully automated people mover that helps you transfer terminals in a convenient manner by means of two lines. Both the Red Line and the Blue Line connect all terminals, terminal garages and the BART Station. However, the Blue Line connects the Rental Car Center as well. AirTrain operates 24 hours every day.
San Francisco International Airport
One of the main advantages of this airport is the vast selection of options you'll find to move from it or to it. Regardless of your budget or the time you have to get to your destination, there is certainly an option that matches your needs.
Airport IATA Code: SFO
A number of options allow you to connect Prague's Airport with the city of Prague. Private rides starting at $21, Express Buses from $2.65, local buses and metro from $1.40, and carsharing starting at $13.
Václav Havel Airport Prague IATA Code: PRG
Terminal Maps Palma de Mallorca Airport
Palma de Mallorca Airport has four Terminals. A for Domestic flights, B, C, and D for International flights. All terminals are connected between each other and can be walked through without much effort.
Palma de Mallorca Airport
Possibly due to the size of the island, Palma de Mallorca has not yet expanded their transportation option to more modern means of transport including apps. However, they make up for it with an effective public transportation network and different private options on top of car rental.
Airport IATA Code: PMI
St. Pete – Clearwater International Airport
In addition to the more "traditional" well known means of transportation such as taxis, shared shuttles, limousines, buses, and on-demand ride apps, St. Pete – Clearwater International Airport offers a wide range of public transportation.
Airport IATA Code: PIE
Terminal Maps Palm Beach International Airport
While there is only one terminal at PBI, it's divided into thee concourses (A, B, and C) located at level 2. Level 1 houses the arrivals area and Level 3 the ticketing area. As of 2018, Concourse A houses Bahamasair and Silver Airways. Concourse B houses Air Canada, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, and United Airlines. Concourse C holds Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue, and Spirit Airlines.
Palm Beach International Airport
In addition to the more "traditional" well known means of transportation such as taxis, shared shuttles, limousines, buses, and on-demand ride apps, Palm Beach International Airport offers a wide range of public transportation.
Airport IATA Code: PBI
Terminal Maps Los Angeles International Airport
LAX has a total of 9 terminals.
Distance between terminals can be extensive if you're tired or in a crunch for time. Feel free to make use of the shuttles that run between terminals every 10 to 15 minutes. This service is free to assist passengers. Just board the Airline Connections "A" Shuttle under the LAX Shuttle & Airline Connections blue sign on the lower level (arrivals) islands in front of each terminal. Take a look at the distances between one terminal and the next on the LAX terminal map if you decide to walk.
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