Huntsville HSV Airport Overview
HSV Airport is located approximately 15 miles west of downtown Huntsville, off Interstate Hwy I-565 and close to I-65. (The Sunset Landing Golf Course is on airport grounds.)
With an estimated annual passenger count of 1.2M, and two long runways, the Airport (open 24/7) is home to some major airlines, offering many non-stop destinations to US cities with connections around the globe.
The on-Airport Sheraton Four Points Hotel (for general information call 56-772-9661 /fax 464-9116; for reservations call 256-772-9661) has over 145 rooms, meeting space and restaurants and is inside the passenger terminal.
The passenger terminal at Huntsville International Airport has two levels. Its 5-year improvement project is now completed, which included baggage claim area, parking deck public waiting area, security check-in & Sheraton Hotel. Electronic charging stations are available in the concourse and public waiting areas.
The ground level has access to the Sheraton Hotel, and houses the baggage claim area, airline ticketing desks and e-ticket machines, ATM machine, pay phone and TDD phone, postal drop box, a travel agency and a shuttle service desk & rental car counters. The two Skywalks offer access from Arrival and Departure areas to the Parking Deck /Economy parking, rental car pickup, elevators & stairs. After security checkpoint (with public waiting area across from it) you enter the Concourse level with services and gates:
The Concourse level houses the Hotel's restaurant, concessions, cocktail lounge, smoking lounge, news & gift shop, pay phone and TDD phone, Tourist information, shoeshine stand, and ATM machine, security check and access to airline gates.
The Skywalk on level 2 leads to the Parking Deck & Economy Parking, and to rental car pickup.
Current airlines serving the terminal: American 1-800-443-7300, Delta 1-800-221-1212, & United 1-800-538-2929.
Present and future Airport developments: While Gates 2A & 2B now have glass jet bridges - by May 2016 there will be seven of uch jet bridges, and by 2020 a total of twelve.