A sneak peak at the new
Terminal B at LaGuardia Airport. 


Aerial view of the old LaGuardia Airport.

Before: Originally opened in 1964, LaGuardia Airport’s Terminal B currently serves 15 million passengers per year. The terminal was built to accommodate just 8 million.


Rendering of the new LaGuardia Terminal B.

After: Key features of the new Terminal B at LaGuardia Airport include pedestrian bridges over the active taxi lanes with sweeping views of the airfield and the Manhattan skyline beyond.

Rendering of the new Terminal B.

Dual Pedestrian Bridges: The first of its kind in the world, Terminal B at LaGuardia Airport will feature dual pedestrian bridges spanning active aircraft taxi lanes, allowing for improved aircraft circulation and gate flexibility

Rendering of the new Terminal B.

Pedestrian Bridge: Pedestrian bridges will connect Terminal B with Concourses A and B, providing travelers a unique view of taxiing aircraft.

Rendering of the new

Interior: The more than 1.3 million square feet of the new Terminal B will be flooded with natural light and feature exciting food, retail and service options for passengers.

Aerial: Aerial view of the new Central Terminal B on the existing footprint. 


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