Baltimore Washington BWI Airport Terminal Map Overview

Main Terminal / Concourses at Baltimore Washington BWI Airport

BWI Terminal Layout, Getting Around, International Arrivals, & Terminal Details:

Baltimore/Washington International Airport ‘BWI’  has a two-level passenger terminal - referred to as the 'Main Terminal'
with Concourses A through E (Concourse is is the 'International Terminal'). The terminal is shaped like a horseshoe, surrounding parking & transportation facilities in the center.
The entrance to the terminal is under Skywalk A, leading to the Southwest airline check-in area and its A & B gates;  followed by American airline  check-in area, with C gates between. To the west is the check-in area for Air Canada, Allegiant, Delta, Jet Blue, Spirit & United, and access to their D gates. The tip of the west side houses and international ticketing area with access to E gates.

NOTE: The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine ranked BWI as Number One Airport for Healthy Meals!  Also, passengers may stretch their legs between long layovers at walking paths inside the terminal, as well as at the 12.5 mile scenic outdoor trail encircling Airport property.

Getting Around:  (detailed info on public Buses & Trains are at the separate 'Transportation' section.)
 - If arriving by ICC Bus Route 201 from the Gaithersburg Park & Ride Lot at I-270 & MD 124, the 201bus stops at Concourses A (Southwest Airlines) and E (International terminal), dropping off passengers on the upper level and picking up passengers on the lower level. (The route terminates at the BWI Rail Station.)
 - If arriving at the Hourly Parking Garage,  use the underground tunnel connecting to the Main Terminal, or use one of the Skywalks:
   (a
) Skywalks A, B & D from Garage level 6 lead to ticketing level and Concourses A/B, C & D, (or use the tunnel);
   (b)
Skywalk E leads from Garage level 5 to international ticketing and  concourse E.
 - No shuttle services are needed between the Main Terminal and the Concourses.  Unless you arrive on an international flight, you can proceed to your next Concourse and gate.  A secure B/C Connector is between Concourses A,B,C & C,D,E.

International arrivals at Concourse E:
Unless you have gone through US customs clearance by participating airports in Canada and the Caribbean, you need to go through passport check, retrieve checked bags, go through customs clearance and - if transferring to another flight - re-check-in bag. 


Concourse D's checkpoint received an addional sceening lane (6/30).

TERMINAL DETAILS
The Upper Level of the Main Terminal is the departure & ticketing level, surrounded by Concourses A trough E:
- in the center of the gate level is Concourse C, with y-shaped Concourse D to the left, short Concourse E south of it, and between them the new D/E connector; 
- to the right of the Terminal center is the B/C Connector leading to Concourse B/A (B gates north, A gates south).  All Concourses offer food & drink, shops & services.
      Concourse A/B with gates A1-11 and B2-15  on opposite sides, currently serves Southwest Airlines.  It houses a Travelex currency exchange, an M&T Bank, an ATM cash machine, a UPS & FedEx, and an Information desk.  A new 4-lane security checkpoint on the lower level of Terminal A/B provides access to all of  Concourses A & B gates, which have a large number of food & drink, and retail concessions. Curbside check-in was added along the terminal roadway at Concourse B.
To get to Concourse C, use the new B/C connector, which houses food & drink, duty-free & other shops, and ATM cash machines.

      Concourse C with gates C1-C14, currently serves Alaska, American & Southwest airlines, and has an ATM cash machine, 2 food & drink & a news concession. Concourse C is connected to Concourse A/B via the B/C connector.
      Concourse D with gates D1-D29 (D1-D5 are temporarily closed) currently serves Air Canada, Allegiant, Delta, JetBlue, Spirit  & United airlines. It houses the AirSpace Lounge, accessible to all passengers at a daily fee. Concourse D has an ATM machine, children's paly area, charging stations (next to gates D7, D20, D23; across from Greene Turtle restaurant and from the food court, and near Be Relax spa), shoeshine, food & drink and some retail outlets.
NOTE: Concourse D got an additional screening lane.  A new secure connector between Concourses D & E with two more airline gates should be completed in 2016.
      Concourse E - the official International Terminal with gates E1-E8, currently serves Air Mobility Command, British Airways, Condor, Sunwing, WOW & Xtra. It handles all international arrivals from Airports without U.S. pre-clearance facilities. Concourse E houses the Wine Bar & Eatery, a newsstand and a tax & duty-free shop.  The British Airways Chesapeake Club Lounge near its entrance (a common-use lounge available to passengers of all international concourse airlines).   
  - The Lower Level of the Main Terminal is the arrivals & baggage claim level, housing baggage claim areas numbered: 1-5, 6-9, 10-12 and 13-14.  A USO lounge is near  baggage claim 13-14. Past USO is International Arrivals with customs, information desk and light rail access. The outside of the lower level is surrounded by the following modes of transportation stops: light rail, shuttles to parking and to Amtrak & MARC trains, MTA buses, SuperShuttle & Airport Shuttle, Taxi stands & limousines and rental car shuttles.
 
Other Amenities & Services in the Main Terminal and Concourses include: Food & drink and retail concessions; the Customer Service Center (upper level near Concourse D), the USO International Gateway Lounge ( next to baggage claim 14, at lower level, international pier (tel. 410-859-4425)); Information desks (tel. 800-I-FLY-BWI); a conference room (410-859-7394), internet access with option of free or paid premium service) , ATM cash machines, M&TBank, mail boxes, UPS & FedEx drop, tax & duty-free shop at Concourse E; Currency Exchange near Concourse C, and an  Observation Gallery.  Themeditation room is between Concourses E & D, and adjacent to international ticketing.
New charging stations in the A/B baggage claim areas for Southwest airlines and in the International Terminal's seating lounge are able to charge simultaneously up to ten electronic devices, put on the shelf provided therefor.
A new lounge - available to all passengers
(with a day pass at about $20) offers free food & drink, work stations & WiFi access .

NOTE:  A further improvement plan will provide for a new security checkpoint for domestic & international passengers, and reconfigure airline gates to accommodate more international flights - scheduled for completion by late 2016.

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