Airport Maps & Terminal Guide
Getting Around the Airport
St. Louis Airport has s a terminal complex which consists of a Domestic Terminal 1 with Concourses A and C, and an International Terminal 2 with Concourse E.
Domestic Terminal 1
Domestic Terminal 1 of the STL airport has two levels: Lower Level has Concourses A and C and baggage claim, and the Upper Level has ticket services and baggage check.
The following airlines serve Terminal 1 Concourse A: Air Canada at Gate A17; Delta at Gate A2, A3, A4, A6, A8, and A10; and United at Gate A14, A16, A18, A19, and A21. The following airlines serve Terminal 1 Concourse C: Air Choice One at Gate C1 and C3; Alaska Airlines at Gate C15; Alaska Airlines at Gate C6, C8, C10, C12, C16, C18, and C24; Cape Air at Gate C5 and C7; Charter Flights Departures at Gate C28; Contour at Gate C27; Frontier Airlines at Gate C19 and C23; and SunCountry Airlines at Gate C28.
This terminal has an Information Booth, Tourism Booth/CVC, US Bank and US Bank ATM, AA Federal Credit Union, a Chapel, and two areas for Shoe Shine Services, inside the Main Hall. On the Arrivals and Departures drive you will find several designated smoking areas, and a Pet Relief Area on the Departures drive.
To get better oriented, see the St. Louis Airport Map - Domestic Terminal 1
International Terminal 2
International Terminal 2 of the St. Louis Airport has two Levels: Lower Level is the Arrivals level with Immigration & Customs facilities & baggage claim and the Upper Level is the Departures level with ticketing desks and access to the E gateway with gates E2-33.
The following airlines serve Terminal 2 Concourse E: Charter Flights Arrivals at Gate E29; Frontier Airlines International Arrivals at Gate E29; and Southwest at Gate E4, E6, E8, E10, E12, E14, E16, E18, E20, E22, E24, E31, E33, E34, E36, E38, and E40.
This terminal consists of International Arrivals, a Chapel near Gate E38, Tourism Booth/CVC near the Arrivals Drive, and ATMs near Gate E20 and near the Arrivals Drive. There are several Vending Machines inside the Terminal: at Gates E20, E10, and E38, two near the Information Booth near the Arrivals Drive, and also across Gate E29. Shoeshine services are available across Gate E12. Near Gate E2 and E40 are Pet Relief Areas. Five outside only smoking areas can be found on the Arrivals Drive and the Departures Drive. AEDs are located across Gate E20, E10, E16, E33, and at the Information Booth near the Arrivals Drive.
To get better oriented, see the St. Louis Airport Map - Domestic Terminal 2
Food, Shops & Amenities
There are many options for shopping and dining around the STL airport. Some notable shops and restaurants include Baskin-Robbins, Budweiser Brew House, and Tech on the Go in Concourse A; La Tapenade, Schlay, and Natalie’s Candy Jar in Concourse C; and Vino Volo, Stella Artois Bar, and Spectacles in Concourse E.
The security checkpoints at the STL 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 St. Louis Lambert Airport Security Wait Times Page.
There are several Airline Lounges inside the STL Airport. USO is located near one of the 4 information booths on the Lower Level of Terminal 1 as well as near the Arrivals Drive on the Lower Level of Terminal 2. Then there is the AA Admirals Club which can be found on the entrance to Concourse C at the Lower Level of Terminal 1. Each of these lounges offers various services and amenities for the luxury, comfort, and increased productivity of all passengers.
International Arrivals & Transfers
All international passengers are catered to by the International Terminal 2 with Concourse E. For more details on the services, amenities, and dining and shopping options available at the terminal, please see above.
- Arrive 90 minutes before flight time in case of domestic flights, and two hours before flight time in case of international flights.
- There are various ground transportation options available at the airport, including: Taxis, Rental Cars, Light Rail (MetroLink), Greyhound and Local Bus Service, Ground Transportation Providers, and Ride Sharing Apps (Uber/Lyft)
- Each airline has its own policies on carry-ons, bag weight, or luggage fees
- In case of lost items at the airport, you can contact PIT Airport lost/found at (314)595-0423
- In case of lost items at the aircraft, please contact the respective airline
- Terminal shuttles run 24 hours between both terminals of the STL airport
- There are two USO Centers for military members and their families