LaGuardia Airport is beginning a multi-billion-dollar redevelopment program to completely reimagine your travel experience. Passengers will continue to travel through LaGuardia during the airport’s construction period. Parking will be limited and some roads will be closed or detoured. Customers are urged to leave additional travel time and find other means of getting to the airport. Traveling during construction can be challenging and we appreciate your patience as we work to build an exceptional airport.
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Spring Break Travel Tips
Taxi Stand Relocation
February 13, 2017
- The taxi stand for Terminal B has been relocated to the west side, closest to Concourse D – American Airlines, on the arrivals level of the terminal. Please follow signs for Taxi.
New Uber, Lyft, Via, Gett and Private Car Pick Up Area
February 13, 2017
- Terminal B For-Hire-Vehicle (FHV) pick up area relocated for passengers meeting Uber, Lyft, Via, Gett and private car services.
- Passengers should follow signs to Passenger Pick Up locations 4B through 12A, located on the arrivals level of Terminal B.
NYC Airporter Relocation
January 11, 2017
- Effective Date: January 12, 2017
- NYC Airporter buses pick-up and drop-off passengers from the outer roadway on the arrivals level at Terminal B.
Rental Car Shuttle Pick-Up and Drop-Off Relocated
November 15, 2016
- All Rental Car Shuttles now pick-up and drop-off customers in front of Terminal A (Marine Air Terminal) in the Rental Car Shuttle Transfer Point.
- Travelers can take the free airport shuttle Blue or Red Route to Terminal A (Marine Air Terminal) to connect with shuttle buses for Advantage, Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National, Payless and Thrifty car rental facilities.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Devices
October 15, 2016
- An emergency order is in effect by The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to ban all Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices from air transportation effective noon October 15.
- Individuals should not transport the device on their person, in carry-on baggage, in a checked bag or shipped as cargo.
- The U.S. DOT has additional information on what travelers should know about the ban.