Airport Maps & Terminal Guide
Getting Around the Airport
The passenger terminal at the TLH airport consists of one main passenger terminal which houses all the airport facilities.
The TLH airport terminal has 14 airline gates. It houses a lobby with baggage claim systems, counters for airlines and rental cars, screening machines, and a TSA screening room. The terminal offers a business center with workstations and computer modems. AirCade offers a variety of arcades, video games, and a pool table. The terminal also has a news and gift shop, a shoeshine stand, Smarte Cartes, food & drink at the pre-security and post-security areas, and a massage center. Rental car counters are in the baggage claim area. Tailwind's food & drink offerings are available at pre-security areas, while the Live Oak Grill is at post-security.
Food, Shops & Amenities
There are many options for shopping and dining around TLH airport. Some notable shops and restaurants include news and gift shops, Tailwind's food & drink at the pre-security area, and Live Oak Grill at the post-security areas.
The security checkpoints at TLH airport are monitored by the Federal TSA - Transportation Security Administration. Only passengers possessing tickets are allowed to proceed beyond any of the security checkpoints. All security checkpoints provide access to the concourses and airplane gates.
The hours and wait times estimates for each security checkpoint can be found on the Tallahassee International Airport Security Wait Times Page.
- Arrive 90 minutes before flight time in case of domestic flights, and two hours before flight time in case of international flights.
- Print your boarding passes beforehand or use electronic boarding passes to save time
- Get all information regarding baggage sizes, airline schedule, curbside pickup/dropoff, or wheelchairs, prior to reaching the airport
- Keep your identification documents and other items of need in a small carry-on bag
- Check with your respective airlines for the baggage limit and other related rules
- Keep your luggage and personal items prepared for the TSA security checkpoints
- When traveling with kids, keep items to keep them busy and engaged such as games, laptops, books, snacks, or others depending on their interest
- Keep an itinerary at home for your family and friends to be able to reach you in case of any emergencies