Phoenix Airport Guide to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX)

Phoenix Sky Harbor Terminal 4 (PHX)

Phoenix Sky Harbor Terminal 4 is the largest terminal at Phoenix Airport, handling all international flights. It hosts over 80 percent of the airport passenger flow.

Terminal 4 has won many awards given its features and concessions.

It is named after Barry M. Goldwater, notable American politician and US senator from Arizona.

Levels

Phoenix Sky Harbor Terminal 4 consists of the levels displayed below:

Level 1

Arrivals and Baggage Claim Area.

International Arrivals are located after baggage retrieval and customs clearance.

Services: Currency exchange, paging phones, information counters, café, among others.

Access to the East Parking levels 4 to 9.

Passengers can find other services such as ATMs, currency exchange and ground transportation options, which are located at both east and north concourses.

Level 2

Check-in and ticketing level.

Passengers will find several services available too. 

Level 3

This is the Departures level.

Services: Food, drink and retail concessions in both north and south sides, information counter, paging and charging stations.

It has 84 gates (A1-30, B1-28, C1-19, and D1-8) within 7 concourses. 

A & B: North side

D & C: South side

Passengers will find all kind of services available. 

Take the Sky Train to Terminal 3, to the East Economy Parking and to the Valley Metro Rail.

Inter-terminal transportation

Terminals are connected by the PHX Sky Train, which stands for an automated train that travels between the airport terminals (T3 and T4), the East Economy Parking and Valley Metro Rail at 44th and Washington streets.

The service is free for passengers and general public.

Departures are done every 3-5 minutes. Service hours: 24/7.

See below the location of PHX Sky Train in each terminal:

- Terminal 3: Level 2.

- Terminal 4: Level 3.

On the other hand, Terminal 3 and Terminal 4, are conveniently connected to the Rental Car Center by the Rental Car Shuttle. This service departs from the curb on the baggage claim level of every terminal. Frequency is of every few minutes. 

Services

- ATMs
- Currency exchange
- Paging phones
- Information counters
- Food, drink and retail concessions
- Charging stations
- Animal relief area
- Chapel
- Family restroom
- Men’s restroom
- Nursing room
- Museums
- Shoeshine
- Women’s restroom
- Smoking room
- Mailbox
- Children’s play area
- Read & Return
- Spa services

See more Services here

lounges

Escape Lounge (Temporarily Closed): Terminal 4. Services: Wi-Fi, showers, snacks, drinks, premium foods, flights monitors, among others. 

Passes start at 44$ per person. 

The Centurion Lounge: Terminal 4. Services: Premium food, Wi-Fi, showers, drinks, snacks, TV, printers and copiers, among others. 

USO Lounge: Terminal 4. Open from 8:00 am until 8:00 pm. Services: Wi-Fi, snacks, showers, TV, children’s area, Internet Terminals, premium food, drinks, among others. 

American Airlines Admirals Club (Gates A19-A21): Terminal 4, Concourse A. Services: Snacks, Wi-Fi, TV, drinks, newspapers and magazines, among others. 

American Airlines Admirals Club (Gate A7): Terminal 4, Concourse A. Services: Snacks, Wi-Fi, TV, drinks, newspapers and magazines, power outlets, among others. 

American Airlines Admirals Club: Terminal 4, Concourse B. Services: Snacks, TV, Wi-Fi, newspapers and magazines.