As airport construction continues, LaGuardia Airport switches six airlines to new terminals to reduce delays and increase efficiency.
American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue, Alaska, Frontier and Spirit all have new homes, starting Dec. 9.
American is consolidating its operations into one terminal, Terminal B, ceasing operations in Terminal C. Delta is scheduled to share Terminals C and D; JetBlue and Alaska move to Terminal A; and Frontier and Spirit move to Terminal D.
“We want to provide LaGuardia’s passengers and employees with ample time to become aware and prepare for these significant changes to existing flight operations,” said Lysa Scully, general manager, LaGuardia Airport. “We are working with our airline partners to make the terminal consolidation changes as convenient as possible for our passengers as they navigate the airport during this exciting — but extremely busy — time in LaGuardia’s storied history.”
In addition to decreased delays, American and Delta passengers have added perks with the change. American passengers avoid terminal confusion with the consolidation, and the Delta Sky Club in Terminal C is now open to qualifying passengers in the same terminal.
The changes are all part of the $8 billion LaGuardia renovation, creating a modern, upscale and state-of-the-art facility.
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