What You Should Know About The LaGuardia Airport

The LaGuardia Airport is one of the busiest airports in the United States of America, especially when considering that an estimated amount of 27 million passengers use The LGA each year, on just about 680 acres of land.
While waiting for your flight at The LaGuardia Airport there is plenty to do to keep you busy, not to mention the free WIFI offered throughout The LaGuardia Airport .
All of the terminals at The LaGuardia Airport have hydration stations, many charging stations, shoe shines, a pet relief area, at least a couple ATMs, and free WiFi available to all their passengers.

Terminal A

There are two washrooms, two restaurants, two retail venues, complimentary newspapers, and work stations.

Terminal B

There are eleven washrooms, twenty-seven restaurants, quite a few shops, a nursing suite, and a dentist office.

Terminal C

There are three washrooms, twelve restaurants, two shops, and a spa.

Terminal D

There are two washrooms, nine restaurants, and a couple shops.

Find LaGuardia Airport Gates and the Airlines at Them

  • The LaGuardia Airport is broken up into four terminals (A, B, C, D), which is then broken up in to gates, which are marked by the letter of the terminal, plus a number (A1, for example, would be Terminal A, Gate 1).

    Terminal A

    This terminal is exclusively for Delta Shuttles for either Washington D.C. or Chicago, and Terminal A has six gates

    Terminal B

    Due to the fact that this terminal is the largest of the four terminals at The LaGuardia Airport, it also has four concourses (A, B, C, D). Concourse A has seven gates and is home to the airlines Air Canada, Frontier, Jet Blue and United. Concourse B has nine gates (B1, B3, B4, B5, B5A, B6, B7, B7A, and B8) and is home to the airlines Southwest, and Spirit. Concourse C has thirteen gates, but uses fourteen instead of the thirteenth gate for superstitious reasons. The concourse is home to the airlines American, Envoy Airlines, United, and Virgin American. Concourse D has eight gates (D2, D3, D4, D5, D6, D7, D8, D10), and is reserved strictly for the use of American Airlines.

    Terminal C

    This terminal has 24 gates (C15, C16, C17, C18, C20, C21, C23, C24, C26, C28, C29, C30, C31, C32, C34, C35, C36, C37, C38, C39, C40, C41, C42, C43, and C44), and is home to the airlines Delta, Delta Shuttle Boston, American, and American Shuttle.

    Terminal D

    The second smallest of the terminals has nine gates (D1, D2, D4, D5, D6, D7, D8, D10, D11), and is home to the airlines Delta, and West Jet.
Terminal A can be accessed from just off of Bowery Bay Road, Terminal B can be accessed from Central Terminal Drive, Terminal C can be accessed along Central Terminal Drive, and Terminal D can be accessed along Delta Departures Road.