New York LaGuardia Airport (LGA)

LaGuardia (LGA) Airport

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Useful Information about LaGuardia LGA International Airport:

LaGuardia Airport (LGA) has been operated by The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey under a lease with the City of New York since June 1, 1947.

Located in the Borough of Queens, New York City, bordering on Flushing Bay and Bowery Bay. It is eight miles from midtown Manhattan. Geographic reference points are 40 46' 36.2" north, 73 52' 23.7" west.

LaGuardia consists of 680 acres and 72 aircraft gates. The airport is 12.7 feet above sea level.

LaGuardia LGA International Airport - Passenger Terminals:



LGA Airport Airline Terminals Map

Airline Terminal
Air Canada Airlines, AC Departure: B - Arrivals: B
Alaska Airlines Departure: A - Arrivals: A
American Airlines, AA Departure: B - Arrivals: B
American Shuttle Departure: B - Arrivals: B
Delta Airlines Departure: C, D - Arrivals: C, D
Delta Shuttle Boston, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. Departure: C - Arrivals: C
Frontier Airlines Departure: C - Arrivals: D
JetBlue Departure: A - Arrivals: A
Southwest Airlines Departure: B - Arrivals: B
Spirit Airlines Departure: C - Arrivals: D
United Airlines Departure: B - Arrivals: B
Departure: D - Arrivals: D

  • Central Terminal Building
    Dedicated on April 17, 1964, the Central Terminal Building (CTB) serves most of the airport's scheduled domestic airlines. It is 1,300 feet long and 180 feet wide, with 750,000 square-feet of floor space. Originally constructed at a cost of $36 million, the six-block long structure consists of a four-story central section, two three-story wings and four concourses leading to 38 aircraft gate positions.
  • US Airways Terminal
    East end airport roadways were reconfigured and expanded to handle the increased traffic at that end of the airport where the 12-gate US Airways Terminal opened on September 12, 1992. The $250 million, 300,000- square-foot terminal connects to US Airways' Shuttle Terminal and adjoins its lobby and check-in areas.
  • US Airways Shuttle Terminal
    The eight-gate, $25 million US Airways Shuttle Terminal serves passengers on hourly shuttle flights to Boston and Washington, D.C. It has been operated by US Airways since April 1992.
  • Delta Air Lines Terminal 
    Built by Delta Air Lines at the east end of the airport, the Delta Terminal opened in June 1983. The terminal has 10 aircraft gate positions. The cost of the terminal was approximately $96 million. Delta's redevelopment of their food and retail concessions is underway. Northwest Airlines and Business Express are also located in this terminal.
  • Marine Air Terminal (MAT)
    Once called the Overseas Terminal, this was the original airport terminal building, built near the bay to serve the flying boats that dominated international air travel in the '30s and '40s. In 1995 the Marine Air Terminal was designated an historical landmark. It is two- storied and domed, with an interior rotunda. It is used by commuter airlines, air taxis, private aircraft, Signature Flight Support - a fixed-base operator, and a private weather service. On September 18, 1980, the James Brooks mural entitled "Flight," which was originally completed in 1942, was rededicated by the Port Authority. The mural, is the largest created under the WPA Art Program (the WPA Program ended in the 1940's) and helped the MAT earn its designation as a New York City historic landmark. On October 1, 1986, Pan Am opened its shuttle operation in its addition to the Marine Air Terminal. The terminal section houses six aircraft gates from which Delta Air Lines now operates hourly shuttle service to Boston and Washington.

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