La Guardia LGA Airport Terminal Map Overview

Main Terminal / Concourses at La Guardia LGA Airport

Passenger Terminal Layout of New York LaGuardia Airport, Terminal Transfers, and Terminal Details:  Note that all terminals have been , or are undergoing renovation/ replacement work in the coming months.

NOTE: 
Avatar 'Marie' is a computerized information kiosk, 
located in the Central Terminal Building's Arrivals area and in Terminal 5 at the Welcome Center.
As part of the American /US Airways merger,
American had to to give up 17 slot pairs losing service to ATL, CLE & MSP airports, but will add April 1, 2014, ten new destinations: CHO, DAY, GSO, TYS, LIT, SDF, ORF, RIC, ROA, & ILM airports

The passenger terminal complex at LaGuardia Airport has four terminals  - TA, TB, TC, & TD, with direct access from the Grand Central Parkway.  While TA, TB, TC & TD follow in that succession.  TA  is a short distance from the other terminals (with separate exit from Grand Central Pkwy.).  TB is divided by the P3 long-term Parking lot from TC & TD, which  are now connected by footbridge.   All Terminals are to receive an inline baggage system and offer food & drink & retail concessions.  The 'virtual avatar' - with the likeness of a real person - provides information similar to onformation counters.
The transportation information center is in the arrivals area of each terminal, and each terminal has bus, taxi & rental car shuttle pickup outside the arrivals level (NYC Transit buses M60, Q33, Q47, Q48 & Q72; Express buses to Mahattan and JFK Airport).
NOTE: The passenger terminals' $3.6B reconstruction project is to transform the Airport into a World Class Airport - expected to be completed by 2021. Construction on the new terminal is to start in 2015, with partial opening  tentatively scheduled for 2017.

Terminal TransfersTC & TD are connected at their airside. For other terminal to terminal connections (including parking lots) - use the free shuttle bus coming around every 10-15 minutes: Take Route A, serving all terminals 4am-11:30pm, or Route B, serving Terminals B, C  D, 6am-2am), you can also take a taxi outside your terminal.

TERMINAL DETAILS

Delta Passengers: 
Delta uses TC &TD; Delta Connection uses TD;  a Delta shuttle bus also runs between TC & TD (outside of Arrivals).
Delta Shuttle passengers: 
As of Nov. 2014, Delta Shuttle flights to/from Boston moved from TA (Marine Terminal) to TC, with dedicated check-in counters, offering enhanced Boeing 717 flights with first-class seating. Weekday shuttles depart between 6am-8pm,  Check-in without bags: 15 mins (with bags 30 mins.)

Terminal A at LGA (also referred to as 'Marine Air Terminal') with gates A1-A6 - presently served by Delta Shuttle for its flights to DCA & ORD, (BOS shuttle flights moved Nov. 2014 to TC) consists of two connected parts:  While the old part represents the original round-shaped Marine Air Terminal, now serving as Departure / check-in  area - new new part serves as Arrivals / baggage claim and Gate areas.  Past security check are two baggage claims. The ‘Yankee Clipper’ restaurant is in Departure, while ‘Java City’ is opposite gate 2.  Taxis & buses stop outside the arrivals level.

Terminal B at LGA
- the 'Central Terminal' - has three levels & Concourses A through D:
The Arrivals Level houses the baggage claim, a food court in the center, and transportation information booths at either side;
The Departures Level houses two check-in areas, a lounge, Travelex near Concourse A entrance (Tel. 718 672 4748), a Food Court near Concourse D, and security checkpoints at each entrance to Concourses A through D; and
The Upper Level houses a lounge, a dental facility, & first aid station. Arrivals & Departure levels,as well as all concourses have food & drink establishments, as well as shops.
Concourse A of the T
B with gates A1 to A7 - presently serves Air Canada, JetBlue, United  United Express airlines,
Concourse B of T
B with gates B1 to B8 - presently serves AirTran, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest & Spirit. A currency exchange is near gate B6.
Concourse C of TB with gates C1 to C14 - presently serves American Eagle, Delta, United & United Express airlines.
Concourse D of TB with gates D2 to D10 - presently serves American Airlines only. A lounge is close to gate D2. Currency exchange is near gate D3.
Redevelopment of the Central Terminal: TB is currently undergoing major upgrade of its services, amenities & concessions (including changeover to BofA ATMs and a new Centurion SM Lounge for American Express card members), completion of which is scheduled for year-end 2014.  These improvements are to bridge the gap to the scheduled new Terminal's partial opening by 2017.  Construction on the new terminal is to start 2015 & end 2019/20.  The new Central Terminal B is to have 35 gates and will be nearly 40 percent larger, replacing the current TB upon itscompletion.

Terminal C
at LGA - with gates C15-C44 (gates C26 & C28 are in the center, C15-24 are at East, and C29-44 are at West) -  presently serves Delta (& Delta Shuttle as of Nov. 2014 to Boston), US Airways, US Airways Express, US Airways Shuttle.
The Arrivals Level houses two transportation information booths and three baggage claims.
The Departure Level with check-in counters, leads to security check & gates. Near gate C44 is a currency exchange service. Food & drink, as well as shops are in the Departure level and nearby gate areas.
Plans call for the addition of new full-service restaurants and other new eateries in the coming months. Terminal C will also offer fresh produce, baked goods, premium coffee, and more. A new Delta Sky Club is part of the new overhaul of Terminal C.
Terminals C & D are now connected at their airside by a 650-foot bridge - enabling passengers to roam freely between them. Both terminals have expanded security lanes.
Terminal D (The Delta Terminal) at LGA - with gates D1-D11 - presently serves Delta & Delta Connection . The Arrivals level has a transportation information booth and three baggage claim areas. The Departure level has two checkpoints at either side of the security gate and a lounge across from gate 1.  Food & drink, as well as shops, are available on the Departure level and the area near gates 1 & 2.  The new Food Court offers a sushi bar  with healthy choices. Delta's Sky Club has been expanded.
TD was transformed into a high-tech building to meet today's travelers. 700 iPads attached to desks, tables & chairs offer free access to full internet, where passengers can order food or retail items on high-resolution graphic menus to be delivered to their current seating, and also scan flight information.   (TC has upgrades underway similar to TD.)

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