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Calgary Airport ( YYC ) Terminal Map # Fast food, restaurants, stores, cafes, bars
- U.S. Customs Clearance and US Transfer Baggage is the new International Terminal.
- Air Canada & Central Mountain Air passengers traveling to regional destinations leave Concourse A through gates 1-8, taking the transfer bus there.
- The Delta Calgary Airport Hotel is right across from the west side of the terminal, connected by wakway at Door 9, level 2.
- International Departures house check-in facilities and Concouse D.
- USA Departures house check-in facilities and Concouse E.
- Canada Departures house check-in facilities and Concouse A, B, C.
Arrivals: All arrivals will be processed at the ground level, with 7 baggage carousels on opposite sides, and two areas for baggage claim, with a few food & drink locations, and an airline check-in counter near exit door 5. Exit doors 1 - 17 lead to transportatiion and parking facilities.
YYC Calgary International Airport has two passenger terminals -Terminal 1 (T1) and the new International Terminal 2 (T2) - linked together by the YYC Link (a secure Connections Corridor with choice of walking, using moving walkways or the 650-meter Compact Transit System (CTS), (moving passengers quickly between current concourses & new terminal). All Concourses / gate areas are only accessible after passing separate security checks A through D (corresponding with their gates). While each of the Terminals may house at the entrance some food, hotel desks & airline offices - check-in areas are located near their respective concourses, at pre-security - offering food & drink & retail outlets. Each concourse has its own Security check stationed at their respective entrance. Parking faclities 1 & 2 serve the individual terminals.
Domestic Terminal 1 (T1) has three levels. It serves Canada flights only and offers an abundance of shopping and eating facilities, as well as a host of amenities and services (alltogether there are around 140 shops & services available). For general information call toll-free 1-877-254-7427 /fax (403) 735-1281. White-hat volunteers who make their round at the terminal, will be happy to answer your inquiries and concerns.
Level 1 is the Arrivals level. Its rental car center is across from the street, in front of the Parkade. Inside are three clusters of baggage carousels, a meeting point , Customs, ticketing, Information, Visitor Reception Center, Kids Port & Express Pay Parking.
Level 2 is the Departures level. Outside of this level is a Valet Service and the rental car center. Inside are check-in counters, CanPass Enrollment center, currency exchange, ATM machine, GST Export Validation Center, Kids Port, Vacation Charter Center, Express Pay for parking; police, airport lounges (see below), a pharmacy & first-aid station. The Departures level has access to Concourses A, B & C (right to left). All 3 concourses offer food & drink & retail concessions.
Concourse A - with Canada Departure gates A11-24;
Concourse B - with Canada Departure gates B31-40; (Concourses B & C are connected by new corridor).
Concourse C - with gates Canada Departure gates C50-59, C61-65, and C70-73.
International & Transborder Terminal 2 (T2) - opened late 2016, covering 186,000 sq.meters and offering the latest technology, including a new baggage handling system. It is directly connected to Domestic Terminal T1 by a 620-meter Corridor inside the secured area A 'Connections' /Transfer Center - linking both terminals by moving walkways and by CTS scheduled transport (mini-bus-like vehicle holding 10 passengers).
The International Terminal houses airline gates for both international & U.S. destinations, and a US Customs facility. Its connectors enable passenger to move easily within post-security from international, transborder & domestic flights, without the need to pick up & recheck-in their bags. After separate security checks passengers have access to either D or E concourses with boading bridges. 238 self-serve units expedite the check-in process. A new skywalk connects to the Parkade. T2 offers a multitude of new shops & services, advanced sceening & boarding processes and streamlined customs & connection services, and a 318-room hotel. Note that IT now offers CATSA Plus, a streamlined security process, as well as APCs (automated border clearance kiosks). Both Departures Halls D & E offer currency exchange and a good selection of food & drink and retail shops. Close to the entrance to Concourse D is Meeting Place D with Starbucks, Skyway Wine & Liquor, a Bistro and Travelex. To reach the check-in area, use one of entry doors 15-17. - Concourse D with gates D70-D87 serves International flights and houses food /drink & retail concessions, and two play areas, while additional gates C50-59, C70-73 serve Canada flights. - Concourse E with gates E70-E97 serves US flights only.
Airport Lounges: (all lounge renovations have now been completed.)
- Maple Leaf Lounge is at the entrance to Concourse A;
- Servisair Chinok Lounge is near entrance of Concourse D (it received 'Priority Pass Highly Commended Award' for service excellence.
- Servisair Rocky Mountain Lounge is near Concourse B/C.