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, Delta Passengers,  and Terminal Details:

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 long-term parking lot P3 from TC & TD, which are connected at  airside by a 650-foot bridge .  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 the ones at information counters.
A transportation information center is in the arrivals area of each terminal.  Each terminal has bus, taxi & rental car shuttle pickup outside of the arrivals level (NYC Transit buses M60, Q33, Q47, Q48 & Q72; Express buses to Mahattan and JFK Airport).

NOTE: The ongoing $3.6B passenger terminals reconstruction project is to transform the Airport into a World Class Airport - expected to be completed by 2021 - Upcoming Construction on the new Central Terminal B starts in early 2015  - with partial opening tentatively scheduled for 2017.

Terminal TransfersTC & TD are connected at their airside by a long footbridge. For other terminal to terminal connections (including parking lots) - take a taxi outside - or use the free shuttle buses coming around every 10-15 minutes: Route A serves all terminals 4am-11:30pm, or Route B serves Terminals B, C  D, 6am-2am)
Delta Passengers:  Delta uses TC & TD; Delta Connection uses TD;  Delta Shuttle flights to/from Boston uses TC, with dedicated check-in counters, 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 (its Boston shuttle flights are at 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 at Departures, while ‘Java City’ is opposite gate 2.  Taxis & buses stop outside the arrivals level.

Current Terminal B at LGA
- the 'Central Terminal' - has three levels & Concourses A through D:  Arrivals & Departure levels, and all concourses, offer food & drink and retail concessions.
   Arrivals Level houses the baggage claim, a food court in the center, and transportation information booths at either side.
    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:
      Concourse A of TB with gates A1 to A7 - presently serves Air Canada, JetBlue, & United Express airlines.
       Concourse B of T
B with gates B1 to B8 - presently serves Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest & Spirit. A currency exchange is near gate B6.
       Concourse C of TB with gates C1 to C14 - presently serves American Eagle, United, United Express & Virgin America 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.
   Upper Level houses a lounge, a dental facility, & first aid station.

    Redevelopment of Central Terminal B:  Current TB concluded its major service upgrades (including changeover to BoA ATMs and a new Centurion SM Lounge for American Express card members) - bridging the gap between scheduled NEW Central Terminal's partial opening by 2017. Construction on the new terminal is to start 2015 & end 2019/20 - intended to have 35 gates, be nearly 40 percent larger, & replace the current TB upon completion.

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 to Boston, US Airways, US Airways Express & US Airways Shuttle.
    Arrivals Level houses two transportation information booths and three baggage claims.
    Departures 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. (TC has upgrades underway similar to the ones at TD.)

NOTE: Terminals C & D are connected at  post-security 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.
   Arrivals level has a transportation information booth and three baggage claim areas.
   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 this level and 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. 

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