Video:Tour of Terminals at LaGuardiawith Jesse Mendelson
LaGuardia Airport features several airline terminals, restaurants and shopping. Take a tour to better understand how to navigate LaGuardia airport.See Transcript
Transcript:Tour of Terminals at LaGuardia
I’m Jesse from About.com and in this video I’m going to give you a tour of the terminals at LaGuardia Airport.
LaGuardia Airport is in Queens, NY
LaGuardia is a New York City airport located in the borough of Queens, New York where it borders Flushing Bay and Bowery Bay. It is operated by the port authority of New York and New Jersey and you can find a lot of great information about the airport on their website - www.panynj.gov/airports/laguardia.html.
Terminals at LaGuardia Airport
LaGuardia has four main terminals; A, B, C and D. Each terminal has two levels. Departures are dropped off on the top level and Arrivals leave the airport on the bottom level, after visiting baggage claim.
Terminal A is the Marine Air Terminal. In 1995 the Marine Air Terminal became a historic landmark; it was the original airport terminal. Now it serves Delta shuttle flights to Boston and Washington, DC.
The Central Terminal Building, Terminal B, is the biggest terminal, serving most of LaGuardia’s domestic Airlines. There are 3 levels and four councourses here, A, B, C and D. Councourse A serves AirCanada, Continental, Continental Express and JetBlue. Concourse B serves AirTran, Southwest, Frontier, Spirit and JetBlue. Councourse C serves American Eagle, United and United Express and Councourse D serves American Airlines.
Restaurants and Shopping at LaGuardia Airport
There is a big food court here as well located on the bottom level with a variety of restaurants including; Figs - a sitdown restaurant, pizza, chinese, Auntie Annes, Dunkin Donuts and much much more. There are also retail shops here.
Terminal C is the US Airways Terminal, which also has food, retail, concessions and a welcome center on the arrivals level.Terminal D is the Delta Air Lines Terminal. There is a variety of food and shopping here as well.There are two free shuttle buses that will transport you between Laguardia’s terminals. Route A goes to all 4 terminals, while Route B goes to all terminals, Except Terminal A - the Marine Air Terminal.
Remember, for more information you can always visit the official LaGuardia Airport website or go to About.com.