ALB Airport Info & MapsALB Airport was originally established in 1908 as a polo field before being solidified as an airport later on, and saw aviation pioneers like Charles Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart, and James Doolittle make stops to early iterations of the area. It now stands as America's oldest municipal airport.
Albany International is America's Oldest Municipal Airport!
Overview | Albany International Airport
ALB airport is the country's oldest municipal airport and has tons of history to back it up. The airport services several cities in the United States with 3 terminals as well as 3 corresponding concourses. The concourse you head to will be determined by which flight you're taking, as different airlines will lead you to any one of 28 gates. The airport is split into two levels, with the first level housing baggage claim, ticket and a handful of gates including Air Canada, Southwest and United.
On the airport's 2nd level, which is accessible with elevators as well as escalators, you'll find the remaining gates as well as numerous concessions such as Starbucks, McDonald's and a number of gift shops. You can even find a wine shop on this 2nd level. Once you're a ticketed passenger that has cleared security, you have access to all concourses as well as the main atrium. In Concourse A, you can find Cape Air and United Airlines, while concourse B houses American, Delta and JetBlue and concourse C is home to Southwest Airlines. The airport's lower level entrances directly faces ALB parking, a place where travellers can park safely while they travel.
ALB Airport Concourses & Gate Info
- Concourse A gives you access to gates A1 for Cape Air and A4-A6 for United on the airport's lower level on the west side. Getting to the rest of the gates on the second level is easily accessible by escalator or elevator, bringing you to gates A3 - A6 for United Airlines, and is also right next to Saranac Street Pub as well as public restrooms.
- In concourse B, the gates are also split between the airport levels, with B8 to B11 for US Airways, B10 for Air Canada and B5, B7 and B8 for Delta airlines being accessed from the lower level. Heading to the airport's second level gives you access to the other gates, such as B5 - B11 split between Delta, American, US Airways and Air Canada. In this concourse, you can also find the Hudson Valley Wine Bar, Starbucks and Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen.
- Concourse C gives travellers access to Southwest Airlines gates C2 and C3 on the lower level, and C1 - C3 on the 2nd level. You can also find an ATM, business center, chapel and plenty of gift shops.
For a list of the different airlines operating out of Albany International Airport, visit the ALB official website for the most up to date information. To access Albany airport parking, car rentals and shuttle buses, see the entrance near baggage claim on the first level. For the best Albany airport parking, check out Instapark.
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