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Fort Lauderdale Airport (FLL)

General information Fort Lauderdale Airport

Country: United States (USA)
ISO code country: US
City: Fort Lauderdale
Airport name: Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport
Time zone: -5.0 GMT
Altitude: 3 meters
Length of runway: 2743 meters

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Fort Lauderdale airport contacts: adress, zip code, phone

Tel: +1 (1)954 3596147
Adress: 100 Terminal Dr, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315, USA
Web: fll.net

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Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) was opened in 1929, receives more than 25 million passengers each year, is one of the most important airports in Florida, and is considered a second airport for Miami. It is the main hub for airlines such as JetBlue or Spirit and connects Fort Lauderdale to more than 50 destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean, in addition to more than 150 domestic connections. It is the best option for those travelers heading directly to Port Everglades, the best port for cruises in Florida, or to the best-known shopping destinations such as Aventura or The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale among others. FLL Airport code, adress and full guide through terminals, you can find at this page.

Airport Terminals

Fort Lauderdale Airport consists of 4 terminals: 1,2,3 and 4.

Terminal 1 — New Terminal

Fort Lauderdale Airport’s 1 Terminal is the newest terminal. It has A, B, and C halls. Their gates are: It has A1 to A7, B2, B5 to B9 and C1 to C9.
There are a total of 22 gates and the same quantity of passenger boarding bridges. Terminal 1 is used by Alaska Airlines, Allegiant Air, Bahamasair, Copa Airlines, Silver Airways, Southwest Airlines, Swoop, United Airlines, and Westjet Airlines.

Hall C was opened in 2000, and Hall B in 1997. Two gates were designed for use by wide-body aircraft. Hall C2 was designed for the Boeing 767, C4 for the McDonnell Douglas MD-11, and the remaining gates for the Boeing 757. All Hall B gates were designed for use by Boeing 757’s. The last modernization was completed in the summer of 2018.

Terminal 2 — Delta Terminal

FLL Airport’s Terminal 2, also known as the Delta Terminal. It has only one hall D, and 9 gates D1 to D9. Air Canada and Delta Air Lines are the only airlines that use this terminal.
Terminal 2 was opened in 1986. All piers were designed for use by Lockheed L-1011 TriStar wide-body aircraft. The terminal is scheduled for modernization by August 2021.

Terminal 3 — Main Terminal

FLL Airport’s 3 Terminal is also known as the main terminal. It has two Halls: E and F and also 20 boarding gates — E1 to E10 and F1 to F10. There are also 20 passenger boarding bridges.
Please note that this terminal has customs.
Airport FLL Terminal 3 is used by American Airlines, Azul Brazilian Airlines, Emirates, Jetblue Airways, and Norwegian Air Shuttle.
It was opened in 1986. Three gates of hall F were designed for wide-body aircraft. Gates F1 and F2 were designed for Lockheed L-1011 and gate F9 for McDonnell Douglas DC-10s. The remaining gates were designed for Boeing 727’s. The terminal is scheduled for modernization by December 2021.

Terminal 4 — International Terminal

Airport FLL Terminal 4 is known as the international terminal.
Terminal 4 handles international flight arrivals which do not need to clear U.S. customs and some international departures.
Terminal 4 consists of hall H with gates H1 to H8. There are a total of 8 gates and 9 passenger boarding bridges. Terminal 4 is used by Air Transat, Avianca, British Airways, Caribbean Airlines, IBC Airways, Frontier Airlines, SkyBahamas Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Sunwing Airlines, and TAME.
Fort Lauderdale International Airport Terminal 4 was opened in 1985 with ten gates, and for several years it served only as an international terminal. Due to renovations, only 8 gates are still available. H2, H4, and H7 were designed for wide-body aircraft of the FAA-Aircraft Design Group V, the remaining gates were designed for aircraft of the FAA- Aircraft Design Group III. Terminal 4 is currently undergoing extensive expansion and is connected to Terminal 3. In November 2015, the western part of an extensive expansion was completed.

Airport Fort Lauderdale Terminal 4 has several lobbies. One is Hall G, with gates from G10 to G14, which only serves Spirit Airlines. It has such services as: free WiFi, food, beverage, and shopping, as well as rest areas and stations for charging electronic devices.
In addition, Hall H has recently been refurbished and has 14 new gates. This lobby has U.S. Customs facilities. There are restaurants, bars, and stores. A new feature is an automated baggage inspection system.


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Airlines alliances at Fort Lauderdale Airport

  • SkyTeam
  • OneWorld
  • Star Alliance

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