The opening of the new Arrivals and Departures Hall at LaGuardia’s Terminal B is the most significant milestone achieved to date as part of the Port Authority’s commitment to realizing Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s vision for an entirely transformed LaGuardia Airport.
The comprehensive $8 billion construction of a new LaGuardia Airport is taking place while keeping the existing airport fully operational on a site smaller than Central Park. When complete, it will be the first new major airport in the United States in more than 25 years. The new LaGuardia Airport follows the vision Governor Cuomo outlined in 2015 to create a unified, 21st century airport with world-class amenities, iconic public art, state of the art security, improved transportation access, and additional airside taxiways to reduce delays. The overall $8 billion investment is two-thirds privately financed and to date has reached Governor Cuomo’s goal of 30 percent MWBE participation. Terminal B is LEED Silver certified.
Take a look at the new Terminal B Arrivals and Departures Hall.
Beginning April 28, 2021, Spirit Airlines departures from LGA will take place from the following terminals:
- Terminal A: All flights to/from Fort Lauderdale
- Terminal C: Flights to all destinations other than Fort Lauderdale will depart from Terminal C
The airline will temporarily offer a complimentary shuttle service between Terminal A and Terminal C.
The shuttle will operate every 15-20 minutes and will run between the hours of 4 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Due to current public health concerns regarding COVID-19, the LaGuardia Airport Community Outreach Office is closed to the public until further notice. However, our Community Outreach team remains available via email, Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM-5:30 PM. Please email Raquel Moss at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to assisting you.
The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey is invested in developing minority, women-owned and small business enterprises. Our partners, LaGuardia Gateway Partners, the operator of Terminal B and Delta Air Lines, the operator of Terminals C & D, are seeking certified Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) contractors, vendors and consultants for the construction associated with the redevelopment project and operations and maintenance of the terminals.
We work with the Council for Airport Opportunity (CAO) whose mission is to identify and address the critical employment needs of the communities surrounding the New York and New Jersey Metropolitan airports, while at the same time responding to the hiring needs of the airport tenants and the aviation industry.