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Lambert St Louis Airport ( STL ) Terminal Map # Fast food, restaurants, stores, cafes, bars
Lambert-St. Louis Airport's terminal complex consists of a DomesticTerminal 1 (T1) with Concourses A & C, and an International Terminal 2 (T2) with Concourse E - connected by a free shuttle bus. Repair work done after considerable tornado damage in April 2011, is now completed and both Terminals 1 & 2 are fully operational (with a new inline baggage system at T1, Concourses A & C upgrades, new pre-check security screening center and new copper roofing.
If arriving via MetroLink use either the 'Lambert-East stop' for Southwest, Frontier & Charters - or the 'Lambert-Main stop' for all other airlines - both stops are close to their terminals.
WiFi Boingo access is free to passengers for one daily login of up to 20 minutes. Thereafter the current 24-hr access fee of $7.95 will apply.
Getting around STL: Free shuttle buses continuously run between the terminals, and both terminals have a MetroLink Red Line station to downtown St. Louis.
Passengers arriving from Air Choice One or Cape Air flights, will be shuttled to their departing Concourse - no need to go through security screening. Use either the courtesy phone or dial Air choice One(314-843-8586) or Cape Air (314-222-5322).
TSA pre-check: Eligible passengers of American, Delta, United & US Airways can now go through its expedited lane. For more information visit: tsa.gov.
International Arrivals: Terminal 2 has on its lower level Immigration & Customs gates. Unless you have gone through US customs clearance at participating airports, you need to go through passport check, retrieve checked bags, go through customs clearance and - if transferring to another flight - re-check-in bags.
Terminal 1 of Lambert Airport with Concourses A and C. The Terminal has a lower, mid, & upper level. Note that the Hudson Group, under a 10-year contract, has added /is adding: news, gift & specialty retail concessions at 13 locations offering top national brands. It also reopens a majority of existing stores operated currently by Paradies shops. A new lounge with art, live green wall, water feature & view of arched windows was just completed offering rotating exhibits, red leather seating, and a welcome respite & beauty.
The Lower Level of T1 (with outside Arrivals Drive) houses the baggage claim, banking facilities, and has in the center four information points, doors 11 - 18 (doors 16,15 & 14 lead to the yellow level of the parking garage). American Airline Service is at Door 17 (with Federal Credit Union). Outside of the lower level are the shuttle & bus port, off-airport shuttle, & taxi stands. The USO lounge is to the left of the baggage carousels, next to the Post Office.
The Mid-Level of T1 houses a few food & drink establishments, services & amenities, including ATMs, Airport administrative offices, & USO lounge (at Concourse A security checkpoint /Exit 17).
The Upper Level of T1 (with outside Departures Drive) has a few food & drink establishments, information points and doors 1 - 6.
Concourse A of T1 with gates A2-A21 serves Air Canada, Delta, United & EXTRAirways (its domestic arrivals only). It houses a number of food & drink facilities near the gates.
Concourse C of T1 with gates C1-C24 serves Air Choice One, Alaska, American, Cape Air & Frontier (all of its departures & domestic arrivals). Concourse C has a Travelmart, vending machines, and a few other stores.
Terminal 2 of Lambert Airport with Concourse E. T2 is currently mainly served by Southwest Airlines, which recently added gates E31 & E33. It also installed two new jetways, new carpeting, new podiums and new coutners . The western gates E29-33 also received some upgrades and added new retail & food kiosks.
The Lower Level of T2 is the Arrivals level with Immigration & Customs facilities & baggage claim. Outside of it are ground transportation options.
The Upper Level of T2 is the Departures level with ticketing desks, food & drink, shops & services and access to the E gateway with gates E2-33. T2 connects to the Hourly Parking facility.
Concourse E of T2 (Gates E2-E14 are to the right, & gates E16-E24 to the left, with separate gates E29-E33 south of E24. E gates are served by Frontier (international arrivals), EXTRAirways (international arrivals), and Southwest (using gates E4-E24 and E31 & E33).