Delta will consolidate its LaGuardia Airport operation in Terminals C and D this weekend to accommodate the ongoing redevelopment of the New York hub.
Beginning Saturday, Delta Shuttle flights to Chicago and Washington, D.C., will relocate from the Marine Air Terminal to Terminal C, a significant step toward the construction of Delta's own state-of-the-art facility at the airport.
In Terminal C, Shuttle customers will continue to enjoy the distinct features of the Delta Shuttle product while gaining access to dedicated check-in counters; expedited security with CLEAR, dedicated TSA Precheck lanes, a Shuttle security line, a 7,600-square-foot Delta Sky Club, and chef-driven restaurants, an expansive food hall and upscale retail.
Delta is one of six airlines to change terminals. The consolidation of carriers' flight operations will streamline customer travel and make airfield movements more efficient while facilitating the continuation of work to transform the 78-year-old facility into a brand new airport.