Palm Beach Airport makes flying a breeze whether you are just getting to town or on your way out. The airport offers a variety of useful services and amenities for all travelers. One of the personable touches this airport offers is its staff of Airport Ambassadors. You can identify an Airport Ambassador by a teal jacket and airport identification badge. If you can’t find something or have an emergency, these representatives will help you or find the appropriate personnel who can assist you. Remember to arrive early and consider checking in for your flight online before you get to the airport or at a kiosk to save you time once you arrive. Check airlines requirements for baggage fees so you don’t incur additional, unexpected charges.
Palm Beach International Airport has a deluxe travel service center so airline passengers can get stamps, a shoe shine, foreign currency exchanges and even buy Florida lottery tickets. ATMs are also available at the travel service center, on level three, at the ticketing area on level one, concourses B and C, as well as at baggage claim. Arriving passengers as well as those departing can rent baggage carts for $3 and return carts for a twenty-five cent refund if desired. Wheelchairs and courtesy telephones are available for those who might need them in the terminal as well as parking garages.
Palm Beach International Airport recommends that passengers who park and ride to terminal departures allow at least 20 extra minutes to get to ticketing kiosks by recommended airline arrival times. If you are coming to the airport to pick someone up, you can wait in your car in the Cell Phone Waiting Lot, a free parking area, until the arriving passenger calls you. Short term parking is less than $18 for 24 hours and a dollar per twenty minutes otherwise. Long term parking costs a maximum of $13 for a full day and night.
If you are hungry before your flight or want to eat immediately after your arrival, there are a variety of restaurants and food to suit all palates. Concourse A offers name brand pizza, pastries, coffee and liquor, Concourse B offers burgers, fries, ice cream, pizza and coffee, and Concourse C offers sandwiches, coffee, pizza, and general fare. You can eat your food in the airport, take it to your plane boarding area, or take it with you as you leave from various airport transportation options including taxis, rental cars, Amtrak, the Palm Tran bus system, and Tri-Rail as well as various shuttles.