Albany ALB Airport Overview

Albany International Airport ALB serves New York State' s capital city Albany, as well as the regions of northeastern New York and western New England.
It is also gateway to the spectacular Adirondack State Park, a huge region which includes a part of Lake Champlain, Lake George, Lake Saranac, Tupper Lake and a multitude of smaller lakes and mountains, making it an ideal vacation spot for weary city dwellers.

ALB Airport is located in Loudonville, County of Albany - northwest of downtown Albany.  It is accessible from the Adirondack Northway I-87, exit 4,  which connects to the NYS Throughway (I-90 West/East, I-87 South/North) exit 24 to the South, and I-88 connects to it at exit 25A (to the SW).
   NOTE:  Northway Exit 4 Bridge Replacements: As the project's first phase (of two phases), construction started late February 2015 on the replacement of bridges carrying Adirondack Northway over Albany-Shaker Rd. at Exit 4 in Colonie, NY. Exit 4 is the main route to the Airport for Northway traffic. Once the new bridges are in place, existing lanes will be removed.  Note that some lanes will temporarily close during off-hours and Exit 4 ramps may close for short time.  No completion date is yet available.

US Immigration Custom Enforcement can be reached at 518-431-0200.

With an estimated yearly passenger count of 2.7M, and two runways, Albany International Airport is served by major airlines and their affiliates offering  direct flights to all parts of the U.S. & Canada, with connections around the globe.

Travelers departing during morning rush hours - beware - going through security can take up to 90 minues!

Albany International Airport has one passenger terminal.


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ALB Delays: 15 mins or less.


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