Airport Commuter provides punctual and professional Phoenix airport limo service to and from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX). Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has three passenger terminals, Terminal 2, Terminal 3, and Terminal 4, and is located three miles east of downtown Phoenix. Airport Commuter and its partners operate as VIP private carriers, and can meet you at or outside any baggage claim. For flight status, visit Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport's flight status page. For more information about PHX please email [email protected]
Phoenix Convention Center (100 North Third Street, Phoenix, AZ, 85004 :: 800.282.4842) is the central convention center for the Valley of the Sun. Three Fortune 1000 companies make their home in Phoenix: Avnet, Apollo Group and Phelps Dodge Corporation. American Express has operations in Pheonix as well as Honeywell. U.S. Airways and Allied Waste Industries, both Fortune 500 companies, are also located nearby. Other companies headquartered in Phoenix include: Petsmart, America West Holdings, Mesa Air, Giant Industries and Microchip Technology.
Prior to booking any limousine service in the Phoenix-Fort Worth area, be sure you are dealing with a fully licensed, insured limo company. For general information, please see our list of federally regulated minimum requirements for limousine operators to understand national laws regarding your safety as a limousine passenger.
Note that from Phoenix Airport you do have the choice of using regulated private carriers and paying by zone. If you value VIP luxury transportation, however, we still recommend you go with a private limousine or Car Service, since you will not have a choice of providers if you simply line up for private carrier service at the airport. Airport Commuter's partners are authorized Sky Harbor VIP limousine providers, meaning the quality and comfort of your service is guaranteed. Also, whoever you book with, remember to find out up front about any charges related to your Phoenix limousine service. Some common charges to look for are tolls, airport fees, regulatory fees, travel time, holiday surcharges, fuel surcharges, and courtesy cell phone usage charges. While these types of fees are common, they should be stated in writing up front and must of course apply to your particular service. Asking up front, and being as clear as possible from the beginning, allows you to avoid companies who charge hidden fees, or attempt to tack on vague extra charges at the end of your service.