Welcome to LaGuardia International Airport - New York

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LaGuardia Airport (IATA: LGA, ICAO: KLGA) is an airport serving New York City, United States. It is the third commercial airport in terms of passenger traffic serving the city of New York, after JFK and Newark airports.

The airport is located in the northern part of Queens (borough of New York City), just four miles from Manhattan. It serves as a hub for Delta Air Lines and a focus city for American Airlines and Southwest Airlines.

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The airport cannot serve non-stop flights to or from cities beyond 1500 miles (2400 kms), except Denver or on Saturdays. As a result of this, is the busiest US airport without any direct connection to Europe.
In 2014, LaGuardia international airport handled 26.95 million passenger, reaching a new record. The annual traffic in LaGuardia has been very steady during the past two decades, with passenger traffic between 20 and 27 million.


LaGuardia Airport has four operating terminals A-B-C-D. Some terminals are managed by airlines.

Terminal C and D are connected by a walkway to easily connect between terminals.


Terminals A, C, D

Terminal A: It is separated from other terminals, with specific exit from Grand Central Parkway. Airlines: Delta Shuttle to Chicago and Washington.

Terminal C: It serves Delta, Delta Shuttle to Boston, US Airways and US Airways Shuttle.

Terminal D: It is known as Delta Terminal and serves Delta & WestJet flights.

Terminal B

It is also known as Central Terminal Building (CTB), and serves most of LaGuardia's domestic airlines. It is divided in four concourses with 40 gates.

Concourse A: Serves flights from Air Canada, JetBlue, Frontier, United Airlines.

Concourse B: Serves flights from Southwest and Spirit airlines.

Concourse C: Serves flights from American, United, Virgin America, Envoy Airlines

Concourse D: Serves flights from American Airlines.

Terminal B is the unique terminal with exclusively Port Authority operation. It is currently under redevelopment, the construction started in 2015 and will end in 2020.

LaGuardia in numbers

- 2 runways (only 2,135m. long)

- 4 Terminals. Terminal B divided in 4 concourses.

- 26,95 Million travelers in 2014, being the 20th busiest airport in US.

- 360,834 aircraft operations in 2014.

- 12 airlines operating at the airport

- More than 50 destinations

- Top ten domestic destinations from LaGuardia: Chicago (1,4M), Atlanta (1M), Miami (0,8M), Dallas (0,7M), Fort Lauderdale (0,7M), Charlotte (0,6M), Denver (0,5M), Orlando (0,5M), Detroit (0,5M), Boston (0,4M).

- Largest Airlines: Delta Air Lines (10,6M), American Airlines (7,4M), Southwest Airlines (2,4M) and United Airlines (2,3M).



Buses: Several city bus lines link LGA to the New York City Subway and Long Island Rail Road, with free transfers provided for Metrocard users making subway connections.

Taxis: Go directly for the taxi stand located outside each terminal (ignore offers from transportation). The fares within New York City are metered (typical fares of $25 - $37 to Manhattan).

Rental Car: There are several car rental companies operating at LaGuardia. Check rental car page on-line for availability.


Contact information

Address:  New York, NY 11371, U.S.
Telephone: +1 718-533-3400