December 9 marks an important milestone for American Airlines in New York City. On that date, the airline will have officially consolidated all of its LaGuardia flights inside LGA’s Terminal B. At the moment, American operates flights at LaGuardia out of Terminals B and C (and has done so since 2013).
Last year, American carried 85 million passengers through LaGuardia to 41 destinations on 171 daily flights. With such traffic (or more) expected again in 2017, it’s excited to refresh its operations and flying experience at the airport.
“Moving our entire operation under one roof will not only make travel easier for our customers traveling to, from and through LaGuardia but our team members will enjoy upgraded spaces and be better able to work together,” said Loretta Bove, managing director – LGA Hub Operations. “Customers will know exactly which terminal to check in to, they won’t have to travel far for their connections and Admirals Club members can enjoy our upgraded club featuring one of the best views of New York City.”
AA reps will be stationed throughout Terminal B for the foreseeable future in order to assist passengers navigate the changes. Here’s a map, provided by AA, laying out the airline’s gates at LaGuardia as they will be operated from December 9 forward:
For more info, visit aa.com.