Terminals at LGA

LGA has four terminals, with over half of its traffic served by the Central Terminal Building (CTB). This structure is owned and operated by the Port Authority and has circulation constraints and limited gate capacity.  The Port Authority is planning to replace the CTB with a modern structure that will address these limitations and just recently starting planning and designing the new terminal. 
The historic Marine Air Terminal has cramped holding areas, inadequate bagging facilities and limited curbside space and parking, and lacks modern amenities.  

The more modern Delta (1983) and U.S. Airways terminals (1992) are improved facilities, but still are relativity small and have a limited gate capacity. All of LGA's terminals are configured with finger piers to varying degrees, the largest type of aircraft that LGA can serve are Boeing 767s.    
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