Lambert St Louis STL Airport Terminal Map
Main Terminal / Concourses at Lambert St Louis STL Airport
Lambert-St. Louis Airport's terminal complext 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.
If arriving via MetroLink use either the 'Lambert-East stop' for Southwest /AirTran, Frontier & Charters, or the 'Lambert-Main stop for all other airlines - both stops are close to their terminals.
NOTE: 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-St. Louis Airport: Repair work following the tornado damage in April 2011 is now completed; however, currently only Concourses A and C are in operation. 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.
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). 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, Airport administrative offices, & USO lounge (at A Concourse 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 Jazz, Alaska, Delta, & United; it has a number of food & drink facilities near the gates.
Concourse C of T1 with gates C1-C24 serves Air Choice One, American, Cape Air, Charters, Frontier & US Airways. Concourse C has a Travelmart, vending machines, and a few other stores.
Terminal 2 of Lambert-St. Louism Airport:
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 . T2 connects to the Hourly Parking facility.
Concourse E of T2 with gates E2-33 is used for international flights of AirTran, Southwest, & International Arrivals (Gates E2-E12 are to the right, E14 & 16 in the center; & gates E20-E33 to the left.
If in Concourse A, head towards Gate A2 and exit Concourse into Main Concourse, If in Concourse C, head towards Gate C1 and exit concourse into Main Concourse, either way, follow signs for Terminal 2, go through security, Concourse D is the first Concourse in Terminal 2, and Concourse E is on the other side of Concourse D, so continue straight through Concourse D
Walk Time: 14 min
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