Terminal 4 is undergoing a major expansion and modernization. The project includes a new concourse, aircraft apron, automated baggage facility, and U.S. Customs and Border Protection Inspection Facility. Passengers will have more destination options by increasing the number of gates from 10 to 14. International gates increase from five to 12. Contractors have completed both the western (Gates G9-G14) and eastern phases (Gates G1-G6) of Concourse G. The central phase includes demolition of the old Concourse H and construction of the new center portion, Concourse G (Gates G7-G8). This phased construction method was implemented to reduce disruptions to passengers and airlines. Flights still depart and arrive at the terminal during construction.
4 Concourse increased
60,000 square feet to 490,000 square feet.
The new Concourse
have 12 gates for both international and domestic flights. There will be two gates
have more dining and shopping options. Concession space will increase from
2,000 to approximately 34,000 square feet with new restaurants, retail spaces, and an improved
duty free store.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Inspection Area will increase passenger
processing from 800 to 2,200 passengers per hour. It will
also use new technologies to streamline the inspection process.
Checkpoint will increase from six to 10 lanes reducing processing time.
can move between Terminals 3 and 4 post-security via a connector bridge.
electronic charging stations are located throughout the terminal, with
Central Phase (Gates G7-G8)
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Inspection Facility