Southwest Florida RSW Airport Terminal Map Overview

Main Terminal / Concourses at Southwest Florida RSW Airport

Southwest Florida International Airport has a 3-level passenger terminal with Concourses B, C & D.  (Concourse A & E have been reserved for future expansion), and 28 airline gates. Customs & Immigration are on the lower level of Concourse B. International arrivals has two gates and an international transit lounge. 
Entry to all concourses requires boarding pass & ID, as well as going through separate TSA security checks.
    The lower level is the Arrivals level and houses the baggage claim area.
    The ground/main level of the terminal houses a nice selection of food & drink, a newsstand and some stores.
    The upper level is the Departures level housing three sections of ticket counters corresponding to the airlines served by Concourses:
       use entrance doors 1 & 2 for Concourse B, airline ticket counters 13-17;
       use entrance doors 3 and 4 to ticket counters 5-12 for Concourse C (for merged Southwest/AirTran use door 3);
       use entrance doors 5 & 6 for ticket counters 1-4 for Concourse D.
Elevators and escalators take you to the security checkpoints of Concourses B, C & D and their gates.
    Concourse B of with gates B1 to B9, is presently served by Air Berlin, Air Canada, AirTran, Frontier, Southwest, Sun Country, & WestJet, and offers a few food & drink establishments, stores & an ATM machine.
    Concourse C with gates C1 to C9, is presently served by Delta/ Delta Connection & United airlines, and offers a few food & drink establishments & stores.
    Concourse D with gates D1 to D10, is presently served by American, JetBlue, Silver Airways, Spirit & US Airways, and offers a few food & drink establishments, stores & an ATM machine.  NOTE: between gates D8 & D10 is the elevator/ escalator to the lower level Commuter Plane access.

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