St. Louis Lambert Airport Guide to St. Louis Airport - STL

St. Louis Lambert Airport Terminals

Saint Louis Airport has two passenger terminals: Terminal 1 (Domestic) and Terminal 2 (International).

A few years ago they were known as the Main Terminal and the East Terminal respectively.

There are four concourses (A, B, C and E) at STL airport and 4 concrete runways.

Note that Concourse B is only used by charters and Concourse D was absorved by Concourse E.


Inter-terminal transportation

Passengers can transfer from a terminal to the other by a free shuttle bus that frequently runs between terminals. Service hours: 24 hours. Frequency: 8-15 minutes.

On the other hand, MetroLink Red Line (to downtown St Louis) also has a station at both terminals. See more information



See below further information about the terminals at St. Louis Airport:


Terminal 1 (Domestic)

Terminal 1 at St. Louis Airport is the domestic terminal. It consists of three levels and is home of the following operative concourses:

- Concourse A: Gates A2-A21.

- Concourse C: Gates C1-C28.

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Terminal 2 (International)

St. Louis Airport Terminal 2 is the international terminal. It consists of a couple of levels and only operates with concourse E (Gates E2-E33).

Southern Airlines is the main carrier in the terminal (Gates E4-E24).

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