will begin work on a $4 billion, 37-gate terminal at LaGuardia later this
announcement comes after the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey gave
final approval Thursday evening to a lease agreement with Delta. The new
terminal will replace LaGuardia's existing terminals C and D. It is scheduled
for completion in 2026.
will provide $3.4 for the project and will assume responsibility for cost
overruns. The Port Authority has committed $600 million.
project will accompany the $4 billion, five-year renovation of LaGuardia’s main
terminal, Terminal B, which Port Authority contractor LaGuardia Gateway
Partners started work on last summer.
Gateway portion of the project also includes transportation, parking, taxiway
and other infrastructure improvements.
new terminal will consist of four concourses connected by a centralized
check-in lobby, security checkpoint and baggage claim area.
terminal will have widened concourses, larger gate area, more seating, and 30%
more concession space than the existing terminals. It will have a new Delta Sky
Club as well.
Gateway and Delta finish their work, LaGuardia’s terminals B, C and D will be
unified, with passengers reaching the gates from check-in via bridges that
cross over the taxiway.