Long Beach Airport (LBG)
Long Beach Airport (IATA code: LGB), formerly known as Daugherty Field, is a city-owned public airport three miles northeast of downtown Long Beach, in Los Angeles County, California.
With over 1,451,000 passengers, per year, boarding flights, flying in and out of this airport are Jet Blue, American Eagle, Delta Airlines connections, and Southwest Airlines.
The gates at Long Beach Airport are divided into the North and South Concourses, with eleven gates in all. JetBlue Airways is the sole occupant of the North Concourse, the larger of the two. Gates 1-4 are in the South Concourse and gates 5-11 in the North.
On December 12, 2012, the Long Beach Airport completed a $136 million improvement project designed to modernize the main terminal without eliminating the historic Art Deco architecture or sacrifice its good reputation with travelers for its convenience. The goal was to improve on customer experience featuring top amenities, like a central palm garden, an outdoor dining area decorated with fire pits, wine bars, and 14 gates. The new terminal retains the open-air feeling of the current terminal complex, and passengers still walk across the tarmac when boarding or leaving their planes. The baggage claim also is partially enclosed, as it was before
Relatively it is less crowded with less traffic issues to deal with. However, it is still a popular airport. Therefore, arriving and leaving the airport using a chauffeured service is recommended.
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