Simple Flying - Jake Hardiman

New York LaGuardia Airport presently consists of four passenger terminals, designated with the letters A through to D. Of these, Terminal B is the second-oldest, dating back to 1964. Despite the facility’s heritage, it has recently been the subject of an impressive modernization program. Let’s take a look at some of the things that make it special.

In recent years, work has been underway to construct a new Terminal B at LaGuardia. This will eventually see the original four-concourse facility replaced by two new concourses. The airport has used this development as an opportunity to house a world-first architecture project, while also fostering greater connectivity between the airlines that use LaGuardia.

As for the old Terminal B/Central Terminal Building, its demolition will likely finish this Spring. Hopefully the new facility will match its impressive six-decade lifespan.

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