Washington Dulles IAD Airport Terminal Map Overview

Main Terminal / Concourses at Washington Dulles IAD Airport

Terminal layout of IAD Airport, Important Notices, Getting around, International Arrivals, & Terminal /Concourse Details:

The passenger terminal complex at Washington Dulles International Airport consists of a large Main Passenger Terminal , recognized by its curved roof, with connected Z gates, and two Midfield Concourse buildings (parallel to each other) - the first of which houses the  A gates west & B gates east;  the second houses C gates west and D gates east.  Attached to the right of the Main Terminal is the International Arrivals Building
During 2014, multiple new concessions were added to the MainTerminal & all of its Concourses - and more is still to come.
Parking locations: The Main Terminal is connected to the Hourly Parking Lot & the Daily Garage 1 by an enclosed walkway with moving sidewalks.
Transport locations: (a)  the Curb Level is for shuttle buses & the MetroBus 5A;  (b) the Ground Transportation Level is for rental cars, taxis & shared vans, hotel information & parking; (c) the subway station is near the entrance to passenger walkway and to B gates.

IMPORTANT NOTICES
:
1. IAD is designed to serve up to 2,400 passengers an hour. During the busiest airport hours of 5:30am-8am, 11am-1pm, & 3:30pm-5:30pm, as well as on Holidays, it is advisable to arrive at the Main Terminal no later than two hours prior to scheduled domestic flights and three hours for international flights.
2. TSA Pre-Check is available for eligible passengers who fly on participating airlines (visit globalentry.gov)
3. Waiting times at the Main Terminal's east & west security mezzanine-level checkpoints are displayed in real time - you can opt for the line with the shortest waiting time.
4. 40 new APC /Dulles Passport Express kiosks have recently been installed - 24 at International Arrivals Bldg. (16 at Federal Inspection Station at Concourse C/D--used for connecting flights) - available to all U.S. & Canadian passport holders and passengers from Visa-Waiver coutries.
 
Getting around: 
Z gates can be directly accessed from the terminal - after security check take the elevator.
H gates are opposite of Z gates (with Air Tower in between Z & H gates) - only accessible via shuttle bus.
A gates are served by the train (continuing on to C gates)
B gates (on opposite end of A gates) are served separately by train.
A & B gates
may also be accessed from the main terminal via moving walkways - or reached separately by train:
C gates are reached by train, stopping first at  A gates, and continuing to next & last station, where a short tunnel with moving walkways connects to C gates.
D gates can be reached by either taking the mobile lounge shuttle from the Main Terminal, or from the A gates at gate A6.  The shuttle arrives at Gate D11 (near Starbucks).
Departing passengers: Follow signs 'TO ALL GATES', after going through security checkpoint, look for signs to gate areas. If heading to A, B or C gates - look for the AeroTrain signs - or use the moving walkways to A & B gates. If connecting to the D gates, take shuttle bus, running every 15 mins.
Arriving passengers: Follow signs 'TO BAGGAGE CLAIM / GROUND TRANSPORTATION'; domestic arrivals at A, B or C gates should follow the AeroTrain sign; international arrivals will board the shuttle to US Customs (see below).

International Arrivals: 
All international arrivals at IAD are being transported to the International Arrivals Building (IAB) at the west end of the main terminal for TSA clearance. IAB streamlines its passenger flow from the Arrivals Hall all the way through to the passenger greeting area (and down the escalator to the underground AeroTrain for connecting to Concourses A, B & C. Unless you have gone through US customs clearance by 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.
NOTE: International arrivals who continue their journey at D gates (at Midfield Concourse C/D) cannot use the AeroTrain, but need to take
the Mobile Lounge shuttle at Main Terminal's lower level  to gates D1-32.

TERMINAL DETAILS:

The Main Terminal is currently served by Aer Lingus, Aeroflot, AeroMexico, Air China, Air France, Alaska, ANA, American, Austrian, Avianca, British, Brussels, Copa, Delta, Emirates, Elite, Ethiopian, Etihad, Frontier, Icleandair, JetBlue, KLM, Korean, Lufthansa, Porter, Qatar, Saudia, SAS, Silver, South African, Southwest, Sun Air, Turkish, United, US Airways, Virgin America, & Virgin Atlantic (with general Aviation Landmark & Signature Flight).
   Lower level is the baggage claim level with access to the AeroTrain, Z gates and A & B gates, as well as the shuttle bus to D gates.  To the right of the lower level is the International Arrivals Building. 
    Aerotrain level between lower & upper levels is reached by elevator/ escalator - serving A, B & C gates.
    Upper level is the Ticketing level.
    Security Checkpoint Level leads to the Z gates (Z6-Z10) via elevator, to the passenger walkway to gates A & B,  and toseparate shuttle buses to H & D gates.  

Midfield Concourses A & B of the IAD Airport:
 
A & B gates are on either side of the Concourse center with A gates A1-32 (A1-A6 are for United Express) and B gates B35-79.  A walkway connects these concourses to the main terminal, as well as separate train shuttles to A & B.  Near  gate A6 is the shuttle bus to the D gates.   Travelex Foreign Exchange is near gate A3.  Tax & Duty-free is at gate B37.
Airline Lounges:   American Airline Club & British Airways Club are both on upper level B near the  AeroTrain station.  Virgin Atlantic is at gate A23;  new Etihad's Premium lounge;  Air France Club at gate B46;  ANA Club at gate B46;  Lufthansa Club at gate B50. 
Midfield Concourses C & D of the IAD Airport:  C gates C1-30  & D gates D1-32  are connected by a walkway.  Currently the train bypasses Terminal C, but a short moving walkway at the end station takes you to the C gates. Also, a shuttle bus to the A gates departs near gate D11 & Starbucks. D gates are currently not served by the AeroTrain, but by shuttle bus from/to the main terminal. (Concourses C & D are temporary and will upon completion be replaced by a new Concourse near the Air Traffic Tower.) 
Airline Lounges:  United Clubs are at gates C6, C8 & C16, and at gate D8.

NOTE:  At present, the shuttle train actually passes the the C gates, stopping instead at a future Gate site - with moving walkway leading to C gates - in the future, several new midfield concourses & a new south terminal are being considered.




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