Apr. 16, 2020
Milestone: New Ticketing Stations Operational In North Terminal Wing
Several airline ticket counters are moving into the new North Terminal Wing Expansion on the Departures level, marking the opening of this new space and revealing the new look coming to our terminal with terrazzo flooring, ceilings and ticket counters.
- United will be operational in the new space on April 17.
- Frontier, Spirit and JetBlue will be moving there soon.
Where to find the new space: Just past the existing United, Spirit, JetBlue, Alaska, Frontier and Allegiant ticket counters on the North side of the Ticketing Lobby.
The North Terminal Wing Expansion (Level 3) will also include an interim North Security Checkpoint (opening date TBD). Level 2 will be the interim location for rental car service counters (coming June 2020), and will eventually become part of the Baggage Claim expansion with additional baggage carousels in 2023.
The South Terminal Wing will be completed in a few months (Level 3/Airline ticketing and interim South Security Checkpoint in August, Level 2/Baggage Claim expansion in late September).
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