Tampa TPA Airport Terminal Map

Main Terminal / Concourses at Tampa TPA Airport

Terminal Layout at Tampa Airport, Getting Around, International Arrivals, Landside Terminal and Airside Satellites A, C, E & F:

The passenger terminal complex at Tampa International Airport consists of a one three-level main terminal - the 'Landside Terminal' - surrounded by four satellites - Airsides A, C, E & F
- connected by the monorail.  The Landside building includes short-term parking at its top level, and the long-term parking garage is across from it.   All passengers, whether arriving or departing, will pass through the Transfer Level 3 of the Landside Building; departing passengers proceed to Level 2, while arriving passengers go down to level 1 for baggage claim.

For passenger pickup
use the cell phone lot  accessible from I-274 & S.R.60, on Bessie Coleman Blvd (adjacent to the US Post Office); or the short-term parking on top level of the landside building. 

Getting around at TPA
1. Surrounding Airside Satellites A, C, E & F  are connected by a monorail to the Landside Terminal.
2. Access to the Marriott Hotel is on the Transfer Level.
3. Note that the baggage claim level is divided into RED, North side - and BLUE, South side. Signs above the escalators & elevators will guide you. There is no direct transfer from RED to BLUE - to cross between them proceed up the elevator /escalator to Level 2, cross lobby and take elevator or stairs down to Level 1.
4. The Transfer Level of the Landside Terminal connects to the Shopping Arcade of the Marriott Hotel.

International arrivals: 
Airside F is for international flights. 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 bag.  The monorail connects all airside Concourses A - F.  (Gate displays show location of arriving aircraft while being in-flight.)  NOTE:  10 new APC kiosks (automated passport conrol) presently intended for U.S. & Canadian citizens and passengers of Visa-Waiver countries, is speeding up the process considerably.

The Landside Terminal has just undergone extensive renovation work to accommodate international flights and improve customer service.  It houses the Baggage Claim on Level 1, Ticketing on Level 2, and Transfer on Level 3. All three levels are divided into Red areas on the North side, and  Blue areas on the South side, depending on your airline, with signs above elevators & escalators guiding you to the proper side.  (Short-term parking is on top of the terminal.)
The Satellites surround the Landside building: Airside C is northeast, Airside A southeast, Airside F southwest & Airside E northwest of the Landside Terminal.
The baggage claim level contains the baggage belts, the ground transportation information desk, rental car counters, courtesy phones for hotels and off-site rental cars, paging phones (for outside paging call 813-870-8770), skycaps & baggage carts. NOTE: this level has no access between Red & Blue sides (take elevator up to level 2, cross lobby, & take elevator /stairs down one level.)
The Ticketing level  houses the airline ticket counters and courtesy phones for paging, and carts & Skycap service.
The Transfer level offers food & drink establishments and shops (most are at Landside,but some at Airsides offer extended food courts & restaurants not available at Landside), currency exchange & ATM machines, information kiosks, Travelers Aid, chapel, hair salon & shoe shine, as well as access to the Marriott Hotel.
A new 1,100 square-foot USO center is is now open for business.
The four surrounding Airside Satellites A, C, E & F at Tampa International, connected to the Landside Terminal by a monorail, offer a food court, gift shop and smoking patio, while Airsides E & F also house duty-free shops. Airside F, , also
Airside Satellite A with gates A1-18 serves Alaska, Frontier, JetBlue, Spirit, Silver, Sun Country & United;
Airside Satellite C with gates C30-45 serves Southwest /AirTran; 
Airside Satellite E with gates E62-75 serves Air Canada & Delta;
Airside Satellite F with gates F76-90 serves international flights of American, British, Cayman, Copa, Edelweiss,  US Airways,  WestJet & World Atlantic.  It houses the US Airways Club and the British Airways International Club.

NOTE:   Airport Volunteers provide you with brochures, maps & directions, as well as with tourist-related and regional special events information.

Tampa TPA Airport

Terminal A Terminal B
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Walk Route

Exit Airside A through walkway into Landside Terminal, turn right after exiting walkway, then follow signs and turn right on next walkway into Airside B
Walk Time: 10 min

Shuttle Route

Exit Airside A through walkway into Landside Terminal, follow signs for monorail, take Airside B, follow walkway to Airside B
Shuttle Time: 9 to 19 min

Through Security? No

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