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I'm flying in on Southwest and my daughter is flying in on us air.. we will be sharing a rental car.. where would you suggest we arrange to meet within the airport ? Is there a convenient location? Arrival times are two hours apart... neither of us have been to STL before,so not familiar with the airport at all... Thanks
While Southwest uses Terminal 2, US Airways is in Terminal 1. My suggestion is to meet up at the rental car counter, located in Terminal 1, lower level (baggage / arrivals), between doors MT 12 & MT17.
Can you go from Terminal 1 gates to Terminal 2 gates without going through security?
On arrival at STL, Terminal 1, you need take Exit 2 or 12 near the baggage claim for the free terminal shuttle to Terminal 2, where it arrives on the lower level, near exit 2 or 12 where you need to go through security check before proceeding to your E gate.
I have a brother thats coming to stl at the end if june is there any good places that we can watch planes?? And not getting a ticket!?! Please help
Now that the C councourse has reopened, is it still possible to walk between terminals? I'm flying in on Southwest and out on Cape Air, and would like to make the transfer without dealing with security, if possible.
Yes you can walk without going through security again, as all concourses are connected, including Terminal C. You arrive at Concourse E.
The answer to this is NO. The D concourse that connects terminals 1 and 2 is now blocked off. You have to leave and go through security again.

Source: I flew through STL today.
Possibly flying into STL via Cape Air (Terminal 1), then need to connect with Southwest (Terminl 2). Can I walk directly to Southwest and how much time shoud I allocate for the walk ?
The concourses are interconnected; T2 has gates E8-14 & E16-18 in center, and E20-33 & E2-12 on either side.
Just wondering if 35 minutes is too short a layover if I'm coming in on Southwest, leaving on Southwest - so same terminal/concourse. I don't know the size of this concourse and just wondering if one comes in at one end, and the other leaves from the opposite end (presuming all flights are on-time), will 35 minutes be sufficient without putting on running shoes
You arrive and depart from Terminal 2, Concourse E, which has 3 Gate clusters: E8-14, E16 & 18 in the center; Gates E20-E33 to the left and E2-12 to the right. Look at your ticket for your gate number - 35 mins is enough time for transfer.
I am flying in Cape Air and out Southwest, is 40 min enough time?
I cant get a straight answer, some say D and E are connected, others say it is not.
Terminals 1 & 2 are separate, exception: their Concourses. While Terminal 1 houses Concourse D (Cape Air) and Terminal 2 Concourse E (Southwest), all Concourses in both terminals are interconnected; Follow signs to Concourse E, which has gates E60-85. 40 mins is enough time.
I'm flying in from cape air and have 55 minutes to make my fl. on Delta, assuming it's on time. I'd just like a general idea.
You arrive at Terminal 1, Concourse D which has gates A2-18; your departure is in Concourse A which has gates A1-8. As all Concourses ae connected, you simply walk to your A-gates. You have enough time.
Is gate a upper level or lower level
coming from Medora, IL. dropping someone off for a american airlines to Dallas tx where do I drop off at
1. For driving direction visit: 2. American Airlines uses Terminal 1 (Concourse D) - your marked dropoff curb is on the lower level.
Drop off paassengers on Departing Flights Drive, which is the UPPER level, NOT the lower level as advised