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Business Travelers have voted the Airport as one of the 10 best among US airports.
Memphis International Airport is only a few miles south of the central business district of the city of Memphis, in Shelby County, and is accessible via Interstate Hwys. 55, 40 & 240. It is also a 'superhub' for FedEx operations around the world.
With 4 long runways and 4 million passengers in 2016, Memphis International Airport is hub to Delta Airlines, and is served by other major airlines and minor regional jet services offering direct and connecting flights within the country - with connections around the world.
SeaPort airlines passengers board & disembark through Signature Flight Support's FBO at 2988 Winchester Rd. Free shuttle service is provided to passengers changing planes at Memphis Airport (bags need to be retrieved upon SeaPort flight arrival, to be rechecked in at Airport Terminal. For more information, visit https://seaportair.com/
The on-Airport Raddison Hotel is located at the Airport entrance, a one-minute drive from the passenger terminal.
Memphis International Airport has one passenger terminal with Concourses A & C.
Airlines and their gates:
Air Canada using C gates
Allegiant - using B gates
American - using C gates
Delta - using B gates
Frontier - using ? gates
Southwest - using A gates
United - using C gates.
Present and Future Airport Developments: Concrete reconstruction of the aircraft parking ramp surrounding Terminal concourses A, B & C have been completed.
Under a new $214M upgrade plan for Concourse B, all airline are to be consolidated, as well as retail & food & drink outlets into the remodeled concourses. Plans also include widening of corridors, moving walkways, larger boarding areas and higher ceilings for natural light.
- By early 2018, Concourse B is to be closed and actual construction will begin. Airlines & retail facilities will move during this time to either Concourses A or C. Concourse C’s south end will remain intact until completion of Concourse B, whereupon airlines will be relocated from C to B after completion of Concourse B. Consolidation into a B concourse will start thereafter over an extended time, allowing for relocation of jet bridges, etc. Total completion is scheduled for 2021.