Guest Services at Albany ALB Airport
The Information Center (tel. 518 242-2200 / 2299) is located on the first level of the terminal between the ticket and baggage claim areas. It is staffed by representatives of the Albany County Convention and Visitors Bureau and is open weekdays 6am-11pm &weekes 7am-11pm, and provides paging services, flight information, directions, ground transportation, bus tickets, newspapers, pamphlets for tourist attractions and hotels.
Trained Airport ambassadors roam the airport (recognizable by their burgundy blazers with the logo 'Ask Me, I'm Here to Help'.)
'Departure' is a shop of Capital Region Museums - carrying hand-creafted gifts from over 60 regional museums & cultural institutions. Locatoin: on level 1 of terminal, between Ticketing & Baggage Claim.
Lost & Found
(800) 433-7300 Cape Air - Lost Baggage Delta Air Lines - Lost and Found
(800) 221-1212 Southwest Airlines - Lost and Found
(800) 435-9792 United Airlines - Lost and Found
(800) 241-6522 US Airways - Lost and Found
FedEx offers pickup service at the Mail Center weekdays at 5pm; Sat at 1pm (no Sun.).
UPS picks up weekdays 6:45pm only. Tel. 1-800-742-4877
Airline policies regarding pets vary widely and it is highly recommended that you contact the airline prior to making a reservation.
International Travelers at Albany ALB Airport
The Customs office is located in a separate building located just to the east of Concourse-C. Customs inspectors staff the office from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day and on an as-needed basis 24-hours a day.
Customs inspectors check passenger identification, citizenship, visas, foreign purchases and cash or negotiable instruments valued at over $10,000. Officers also inspect pilot certificates and aircraft registrations.
In order to have a Customs Officer present to provide inspection services, Customs must be notified at least two hours in advance of arrival time at the Albany International Airport. Albany is an "international airport" or "airport of entry" and permission to land is not necessary. It is the pilot’s responsibility to notify Customs or an incoming flight. Notification may be made by any means including ADCUS message in the flight plan through the FAA. Pilots may also communicate directly with Customs at 1 518 431-0200, 1 800 973-2867 or 1 407 975-1740.
The U.S. Customs Office can be reached at 518 431-0200. After hours calls from the United States can be directed to the U.S. Customs Sector Communications toll-free number at 800 -X- SECTOR. Calls from outside the United States should be directed to 407 975-1740.